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Target hits mark with new second window deals

Target Entertainment Group's U.S. sales team has announced several new second window deals with U.S. broadcasters.
May 17, 2010

Target Entertainment Group’s U.S. sales team has announced several new second window deals with U.S. broadcasters. Target brokered 200 hours of HD programming from Rainbow Media’s catalog sold to Ovation and Halogen channels. Ovation acquired 90 hours which include Aperture (6×30) and Extreme Treasures, while Halogen picked up 110 hours, which include eco-travel series Earthtripping (6×30) and Behind the Label. Additionally, MTV Canada’s series Peak Season sold to VH1. The half-hour docudrama, produced for Free Form Productions, follows the lives of a tight-knit group of friends in Whistler, Canada.

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