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Portfolio sells lifestyle into Asia and the UK

Toronto-based Portfolio International has sold several hit lifestyle and factual series into Israel, Singapore, South East Asia and the UK. Discovery UK has picked up Campus Vets which follows the dramatic stories of students and animals at one of the world's most modern veterinary schools. Portfolio also sold Chef Abroad, which sees Chef Michael Smith take viewers on culinary journeys discovering food traditions from around the world, to Ananay Israel, which picked up the first two seasons, and Singapore's Mediacorp which snatched season one. In addition, two culinary series, Restaurant Adventures of Caroline and Dave and seasons three and four of Chef At Home, were picked up by Asian Food Channel.
July 20, 2010

Toronto-based Portfolio International has sold several hit lifestyle and factual series into Israel, Singapore, South East Asia and the UK. Discovery UK has picked up Campus Vets which follows the dramatic stories of students and animals at one of the world’s most modern veterinary schools. Portfolio also sold Chef Abroad, which sees Chef Michael Smith take viewers on culinary journeys discovering food traditions from around the world, to Ananay Israel, which picked up the first two seasons, and Singapore’s Mediacorp which snatched season one. In addition, two culinary series, Restaurant Adventures of Caroline and Dave and seasons three and four of Chef At Home, were picked up by Asian Food Channel.

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