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FME announces new third party licensing deals

FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME) announced several major deals it says will 'further solidify the company's position as a leading third-party licensing agent.' Namely, FME has secured the licensing rights for three TLC shows: American Chopper, Miami Ink and LA Ink. As well, the company has signed a deal with Original Productions to rep its latest show Motor City Motors and is also now the exclusive licensor of the boxer Oscar de la Hoya's Golden Boy brand for consumer products, interactive and mobile licensing.
October 13, 2009

FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME) announced several major deals it says will ‘further solidify the company’s position as a leading third-party licensing agent.’ Namely, FME has secured the licensing rights for three TLC shows: American Chopper, Miami Ink and LA Ink. As well, the company has signed a deal with Original Productions to rep its latest show Motor City Motors and is also now the exclusive licensor of the boxer Oscar de la Hoya’s Golden Boy brand for consumer products, interactive and mobile licensing.

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