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DRG and 44 Blue announce two-year deal

Digital Rights Group has entered a two-year collaboration with Los Angeles-based prodco 44 Blue Productions. In it, the DRG is secured exclusive first-look access to acquire international rights to 44 Blue's slate under the DRG America banner. The production company churns out more than 150 hours of non-fiction, reality, how-to, lifestyle and action-adventure programming a year for broadcast and cable networks in the US and worldwide. The deal also includes the creation of a development fund for new projects. Already, DRG has earmarked two new projects being piloted for Tru TV for international sale and is discussing new projects.
January 18, 2010

Digital Rights Group has entered a two-year collaboration with Los Angeles-based prodco 44 Blue Productions. In it, the DRG is secured exclusive first-look access to acquire international rights to 44 Blue’s slate under the DRG America banner. The production company churns out more than 150 hours of non-fiction, reality, how-to, lifestyle and action-adventure programming a year for broadcast and cable networks in the US and worldwide. The deal also includes the creation of a development fund for new projects. Already, DRG has earmarked two new projects being piloted for Tru TV for international sale and is discussing new projects.

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