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Outright takes the Happiness test

Outright Distribution is getting happy with the announcement it has secured worldwide rights for The Happiness Project, excluding Finland, France and the Netherlands. The format, from Finnish indie Storyhouse Ltd (Tarinatalo Oy), aired on YLE TV1 in Finland this fall. The Happiness Project follows five people in a six-month-long televised experiment based on a Happiness Test.
December 8, 2009

Outright Distribution is getting happy with the announcement it has secured worldwide rights for The Happiness Project, excluding Finland, France and the Netherlands. The format, from Finnish indie Storyhouse Ltd (Tarinatalo Oy), aired on YLE TV1 in Finland this fall. The Happiness Project follows five people in a six-month-long televised experiment based on a Happiness Test.

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