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Extreme Channel and Apparent Gravity Media sign multi-property deal

The action/extreme sports and youth lifestyle genre is in demand, as Apparent Gravity Media announces a number of sales, including a multi-year, multi-property deal to license events, films and series through 2012 with Chellozone's Extreme Sports Channel. The deal includes an extension of Alli's Dew Tour and Winter Dew Tour International Television Series through 2012, 16 films from award-winning adventure sports producers Teton Gravity Research and half-hour adventure series Untracked.
December 1, 2009

The action/extreme sports and youth lifestyle genre is in demand, as Apparent Gravity Media announces a number of sales, including a multi-year, multi-property deal to license events, films and series through 2012 with Chellozone’s Extreme Sports Channel. The deal includes an extension of Alli’s Dew Tour and Winter Dew Tour International Television Series through 2012, 16 films from award-winning adventure sports producers Teton Gravity Research and half-hour adventure series Untracked. As well, Apparent Gravity has secured a multi-year license with ESPN Brazil for two Alli sports properties, Maloof Money Cup and China Invitational.

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