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Sky Vision sells over 100 hours to CEE nets

The UK-based distributor has sold more than 100 hours of programming, including Make Me A Millionaire Inventor (pictured) and David Attenborough's Galapagos, to broadcasters in Central and Eastern Europe.
June 25, 2013

Ahead of NATPE Budapest, UK-based distributor and producer Sky Vision has sold more than 100 hours of programming to broadcasters in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).

The deals include a 72-hour package with Russian IPTV platform Stream TV for the Wildwise Ltd-produced angling series Catching the Impossible (nine x 60 minutes) and Passion For Angling (six x 60 minutes).

The company also sold Sky 1 factual entertainment series and format Make Me A Millionaire Inventor (eight x 60 minutes, pictured) and Alien Reefs (one x 60 minutes) to European broadcaster Viasat.

Telewiska Poland and Ukranian network Inter TV picked up the David Attenborough-hosted shows Galapagos (four x 60 minutes) and Kingdom of Plants (four x 60 minutes), as well as Arcadia Content’s Ice Bear (one x 60 minutes).

Russia’s Kulura channel also acquired Galapagos.

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