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CIMG makes multi-platform deals in Asia Pacific

Comcast International Media Group has made several multi-platform deals in Asia Pacific for E!, Style, G4 and Golf Channel programming.
December 8, 2010

Comcast International Media Group has made several multi-platform deals in Asia Pacific for E!, Style, G4 and Golf Channel programming. The multi-platform deals include Vodafone Hutchison Australia licensing E!’s mobile channel with titles like Giuliana and Bill, Keeping Up With The Kardashians and Girls of the Playboy Mansion for its mobile TV platform. Shock Entertainment bought DVD distribution rights for 170 hours of CIMG programming, including Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami, Victoria Silvestedt: My Perfect Life and Living Lohan. Traditional TV deals include Australia’s Network Ten acquired Golf Channel’s The Haney Project: Charles Barkley, The Haney Project: Ray Romano, Golf in America, Golf with Style, The Big Break III: Ladies Only and Sports Job for One HD, while Premier Media Group has renewed G4′s X-Play and Attack of the Show for Fuel TV. Seven Network has picked up season four of Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Nine Network has licensed The E! True Hollywood Story: Charlie Sheen. E!’s Fashion Police with host Joan Rivers has been licensed by both Zee Trendz in India and Velvet in The Philippines.

AXN in Japan has acquired popular E! series Battle of the Hollywood Hotties. South Korea’s Fashion N channel has picked up the new international series Style Star, Style’s What I Hate About Me, Tacky House, and the third season of Style Her Famous. Discovery Networks Asia Pacific has acquired popular Style titles Dress My Nest, Tacky House, and season one of How Do I Look?, with new host Jeannie Mai, for TLC.

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