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CABLEready announces new deals and director of sales

Going into next month's Asia Television Forum, CABLEready has new licensing agreements and a promoted director of sales. Tatiana Figueiredo joined CABLEready in 2009 as a sales representative, and she will attend ATF in her new role. She will continue to be responsible for the territories of Asia, Central/Eastern Europe and Latin America.
November 16, 2010

Going into next month’s Asia Television Forum, CABLEready has new licensing agreements and a promoted director of sales. Tatiana Figueiredo joined CABLEready in 2009 as a sales representative, and she will attend ATF in her new role. She will continue to be responsible for the territories of Asia, Central/Eastern Europe and Latin America.
‘Tatiana has played an expanding role in our global sales effort which is why we’re so pleased to recognize her with this promotion. In this regard, we look forward to meeting with buyers from the Asian markets during ATF,’ said CABLEready president and CEO Gary Lico.
As for the company’s licensing agreements, Foxtel in Australia has finalized an output deal for Inside The Actors Studio, NBC Latin America has bought the rights to ten additional episodes of Hollywood Dailies, while Discovery Latin America acquired rights to docs Women Addicted to Sex, Munchausen Moms and Women in Fear. Happy Movie in China has licensed Hollywood’s Top Ten and Turner Latin America picked up Women Behind Bars season three and Hollywood One on One. Televisio de Catalunya in Spain acquired rights to Epic Conditions. Lastly, Sweden’s TV4 finalized a three-year output deal to license 75 hours per year for Scandanavia and licensed an additional 30 hours, which included Forensic Files season 14.

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