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AETN International reports new output deals

AETN International has announced a number of output agreements post-MIPDOC and MIPTV, where its programs After Armageddon and America: The Story of the US were among the most screened at the market. Broadcasters in France picked up AETN International programming, with sales to Planete for The Works and Human Weapon, to Syfy for Nostradamus 2012, Mediums, We See Dead People and The Real Wolfman, to Zed for Alien Abduction, to Ushuaia for season two of How the Earth Was Made, to Direct 8 for Mega Movers and to Histoire for WWII Lost Films. Germany's RTL2 acquired two series, SWAT and Steven Seagal Lawman, Studio Hamburg picked up the special Johnny Cash's America, and Phoenix picked up The First Christians. Sweden's Kanal 5 and Italy's Sky1 each acquired a package of Biography episodes, while Paranormal State was picked by Tv4 Plus, and season eight of The First 48 heads to Belgium's Vitaya. In Spain, TV Catalunya has licensed Kennedy 24 Hours Later, while SBS in the Netherlands has licensed Psychic Kids.
May 14, 2010

AETN International has announced a number of output agreements post-MIPDOC and MIPTV, where its programs After Armageddon and America: The Story of the US were among the most screened at the market. Broadcasters in France picked up AETN International programming, with sales to Planete for The Works and Human Weapon, to Syfy for Nostradamus 2012, Mediums, We See Dead People and The Real Wolfman, to Zed for Alien Abduction, to Ushuaia for season two of How the Earth Was Made, to Direct 8 for Mega Movers and to Histoire for WWII Lost Films. Germany’s RTL2 acquired two series, SWAT and Steven Seagal Lawman, Studio Hamburg picked up the special Johnny Cash’s America, and Phoenix picked up The First Christians. Sweden’s Kanal 5 and Italy’s Sky1 each acquired a package of Biography episodes, while Paranormal State was picked by Tv4 Plus, and season eight of The First 48 heads to Belgium’s Vitaya. In Spain, TV Catalunya has licensed Kennedy 24 Hours Later, while SBS in the Netherlands has licensed Psychic Kids.

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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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