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Tricon adds 10 new programs to distribution roster

Toronto-based producer and distributor Tricon Films & Television announces exclusive long-term agreements with two production companies, adding 10 new programs to its existing catalog. Through new agreements with Peace Point Entertainment Group and Water Productions. The collection picked up from Peace Point includes lifestyle programming such as Urban Nites a 13x30-minute docu-series which follows the characters who populate cities after dark; The Outhouse, a 6x60-minute series that takes a comical look at home renovations and Fanatical, a 26x30-minute series which explores the minds of the most devoted TV fans. Through Water Productions, Tricon picks up sport and adventure series such as GRRtv, a motorsports show aimed at kids 4 to 16-years-old; PWCtv a 130x30-minute series that is part travel show, part sports show looking at that adventure around watercraft use; and Sledsense, a 34x30-minute series which follows two hosts on their quest to find the best snowmobile adventures.
May 20, 2010

Toronto-based producer and distributor Tricon Films & Television announces exclusive long-term agreements with two production companies, adding 10 new programs to its existing catalog through new agreements with Peace Point Entertainment Group and Water Productions. The collection picked up from Peace Point includes lifestyle programming such as Urban Nites a 13×30-minute docu-series which follows the characters who populate cities after dark; The Outhouse, a 6×60-minute series that takes a comical look at home renovations and Fanatical, a 26×30-minute series which explores the minds of the most devoted TV fans. Through Water Productions, Tricon picks up sport and adventure series such as GRRtv, a motor-sports show aimed at kids 4 to 16-years-old; PWCtv, a 130×30-minute series that is part travel show, part sports show and looks at adventure around watercraft use, and Sledsense, a 34×30-minute series which follows two hosts on their quest to find the best snowmobile adventures.

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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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