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FCCE makes deals ahead of MIPTV

FCCE has announced it has licensed its titles and content to broadcasters in more than fifty territories. In Europe, CANAL+ Scandinavia signed for 52 episodes of Hollywood Buzz, TV2 Norway signed a one-year license agreement for Films & Stars, Dogan TV renewed their license for a second year of Films & Stars for broadcast throughout Turkey, while Spain and Portugal's History Channel signed up for the docutainment series Spotlight On. Film24 signed for 52 episodes of Films & Stars for broadcast in the UK, while Malta's Melita renewed for a year of Hollywood Buzz and Action Zone. Poland's ITI Neovision signed up for a second year of Hollywood Buzz, and Lumiere TV in Cyprus licensed a package of Hollywood Buzz, Spotlight On and 60 Star Profiles in 2010.
April 8, 2010

FCCE has announced it has licensed its titles and content to broadcasters in more than fifty territories. In Europe, CANAL+ Scandinavia signed for 52 episodes of Hollywood Buzz, TV2 Norway signed a one-year license agreement for Films & Stars, Dogan TV renewed their license for a second year of Films & Stars for broadcast throughout Turkey, while Spain and Portugal’s History Channel signed up for the docutainment series Spotlight On. Film24 signed for 52 episodes of Films & Stars for broadcast in the UK, while Malta’s Melita renewed for a year of Hollywood Buzz and Action Zone. Poland’s ITI Neovision signed up for a second year of Hollywood Buzz, and Lumiere TV in Cyprus licensed a package of Hollywood Buzz, Spotlight On and 60 Star Profiles in 2010.

FCCE also made deals in Africa, with ITV Tanzania, Zimbabwe Broadcasting Company and broadcaster My TV in Nigeria and Ghana.

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Senior staff writer Frederick Blichert comes to realscreen with a background as a journalist and freelance film critic. He has previously written for VICE, Paste Magazine, Senses of Cinema, Xtra, Canadian Cinematographer and elsewhere. He holds a Master of Arts in film studies from Carleton University and a Master of Journalism from the University of British Columbia.

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