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NHNZ announces its 2010 slate so far

New Zealand-based factual prodco NHNZ has revealed the 25 hours of programming that has been greenlit since the beginning of the year. NHNZ will be producing a further 10 hours of BIO's I Survived... and six one-hour episodes of I Survived: Beyond and Back. NHNZ's will get into its bread and butter of natural history with a copro with NGCI on a four-part series about indigenous people living off the land and an hour-long NGCI-commissioned program on Dubai's Meydan Race Course. Lastly, the prodco is also filming in the Antarctic for a program on non-lethal whale research, financed by NHNZ and currently being pitched to braodcasters.
March 5, 2010

New Zealand-based factual prodco NHNZ has revealed the 25 hours of programming that has been greenlit since the beginning of the year. NHNZ will be producing a further 10 hours of BIO’s I Survived… and six one-hour episodes of I Survived: Beyond and Back. NHNZ will get into its bread and butter of natural history with a copro with NGCI on a four-part series about indigenous people living off the land and an hour-long NGCI-commissioned program on Dubai’s Meydan Race Course. Lastly, the prodco is also filming in the Antarctic for a program on non-lethal whale research, financed by NHNZ and currently being pitched to braodcasters.

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