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Zodiak Rights acquires ‘The World’s Youngest Daredevils’

Connected Pictures and Zodiak Rights have struck a distribution deal for the worldwide distribution of Connected Pictures' The World's Youngest Daredevils. Zodiak Rights, part of Zodiak Media Group, will have the worldwide rights (excluding UK and Eire) for five years to the Sky 1 HD series, which follows host Myleene Klass as she finds talented children, including a 10-year-old cage fighter. The documentary special goes beyond the daredevil aspect to explore the cultural and historical differences among different societies.
October 14, 2010

Connected Pictures and Zodiak Rights have struck a distribution deal for the worldwide distribution of Connected Pictures’ The World’s Youngest Daredevils. Zodiak Rights, part of Zodiak Media Group, will have the worldwide rights (excluding UK and Eire) for five years to the Sky 1 HD series, which follows host Myleene Klass as she finds talented children, including a 10-year-old cage fighter. The documentary special goes beyond the daredevil aspect to explore the cultural and historical differences among different societies.

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