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BuzzTaxi’s ‘Food Jammers’ heads to Cooking Channel

Toronto-based distribution company BuzzTaxi Communications has announced it has sold the first season of Food Jammers to the upcoming Cooking Channel. Produced by Peace Point Entertainment Group, Food Jammers is a 39 x 30-minute series (plus holiday special) that mixes food with engineering. The show will launch when Scripps Networks Interactive rebrands Fine Living as The Cooking Channel on May 31.
April 28, 2010

Toronto-based distribution company BuzzTaxi Communications has announced it has sold the first season of Food Jammers to the upcoming Cooking Channel. Produced by Peace Point Entertainment Group, Food Jammers is a 39 x 30-minute series (plus holiday special) that mixes food with engineering. The show will launch when Scripps Networks Interactive rebrands Fine Living as The Cooking Channel on May 31.

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