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Buzztaxi sells into North America, Australasia and Europe

BuzzTaxi Communications has announced a raft of deals for its portfolio of factual programs. HGTV's Top Ten (26 x 30 min) from Firvalley Productions, has sold to MGM Latin America, TVB Hong Kong, The Living Channel New Zealand and TVA's Les Idees de Ma Maison Channel in Quebec, while Food Jammers, produced by Peace Point Entertainment, has its season two picked up by Scripp's The Cooking Channel in the US and season three licensed to The Living Channel in New Zealand. Pyramid Productions' Inside Hollywood season 1 has been acquired by Direct 8 in France and the Biography Channel in Spain, while At The Table With seasons 1 to 3 (26 x 30 mins) have been acquired by SBS Australia. Additionally, in a separate deal, wildlife show Wild Horses of the Canadian Rockies, a one-hour special, also produced by Pyramid Productions, has been licensed to Viasat for multiple territories.
September 21, 2010

BuzzTaxi Communications has announced a raft of deals for its portfolio of factual programs. HGTV’s Top Ten (26 x 30 min) from Firvalley Productions, has sold to MGM Latin America, TVB Hong Kong, The Living Channel New Zealand and TVA’s Les Idees de Ma Maison Channel in Quebec, while Food Jammers, produced by Peace Point Entertainment, has its season two picked up by Scripp’s The Cooking Channel in the US and season three licensed to The Living Channel in New Zealand. Pyramid Productions’ Inside Hollywood season 1 has been acquired by Direct 8 in France and the Biography Channel in Spain, while At The Table With seasons 1 to 3 (26 x 30 mins) have been acquired by SBS Australia. Additionally, in a separate deal, wildlife show Wild Horses of the Canadian Rockies, a one-hour special, also produced by Pyramid Productions, has been licensed to Viasat for multiple territories.

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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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