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MercuryMedia gets German representation from Telcast

Munich-based Telcast International has announced it will represent UK distribution company MercuryMedia in all German speaking markets. Telcast International, the licensing arm of Telcast Media Group GmbH, has already completed three deals for MercuryMedia's catalog of documentaries. Zero, an investigation into 9/11, has been picked up by Austria's ORF and Monster Truck Tech and Stasi- Die Firm have been purchased by news channel n24, part of the ProSieben Group.
March 18, 2010

Munich-based Telcast International has announced it will represent UK distribution company MercuryMedia in all German speaking markets. Telcast International, the licensing arm of Telcast Media Group GmbH, has already completed three deals for MercuryMedia’s catalog of documentaries. Zero, an investigation into 9/11, has been picked up by Austria’s ORF and Monster Truck Tech and Stasi- Die Firm have been purchased by news channel n24, part of the ProSieben Group.

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