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Cineflix sells 160 hours to Germany

Cineflix International Distribution has reported an increase in sales in the German market, notching up 160 hours of programming sold in the last six months. Discovery Networks Deutschland acquired seasons one and two of Seven Network's crime and investigation series Border Security (43 x 30'), while CID also entered into a co-distribution agreement with ZDF Enterprises, for 100 hours of Cineflix productions, which includes Mayday, Austin Stevens Adventures and Cooler Facts distributed across German-speaking Europe. True crime series Cold Blood will have its German premiere on Tele 5 and first-time buyer TSR Switzerland has acquired the 90-minute drama-doc Manson. Other German-speaking broadcaster deals include ProSiebenSat.1's N24 acquired Industrious, The Eyes' new one-hour HD doc on a major deepwater port and RTL's n-tv acquiring Zero Hour. RTL has also acquired the drama-doc Nazi Hunters.
September 7, 2010

Cineflix International Distribution has reported an increase in sales in the German market, notching up 160 hours of programming sold in the last six months. Discovery Networks Deutschland acquired seasons one and two of Seven Network’s crime and investigation series Border Security (43 x 30′), while CID also entered into a co-distribution agreement with ZDF Enterprises for 100 hours of Cineflix productions, including Mayday, Austin Stevens Adventures and Cooler Facts distributed across German-speaking Europe. True crime series Cold Blood will have its German premiere on Tele 5 and first-time buyer TSR Switzerland has acquired the 90-minute drama-doc Manson. Other German-speaking broadcaster deals include ProSiebenSat.1′s N24 acquiring Industrious, The Eyes’ new one-hour HD doc on a major deepwater port, and RTL’s n-tv acquiring Zero Hour. RTL has also acquired the drama-doc Nazi Hunters.

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