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Prime inks distribution deal with Jangal

Distributor Prime Entertainment Group has signed a distribution deal with wildlife producer Jangal Films. (Pictured: Big Game)
September 6, 2013

Prime Entertainment Group has signed a distribution deal with wildlife producer Jangal Films.

The distributor will represent the company’s  South Africa-shot wildlife show Big Game (three x 52-minutes, pictured) and Amazonia-shot Nature Brigade (12 x 26-minutes)  – both copros with France Télévisions – at MIPCOM in October.

Prime has steadily expanded its catalog since the beginning of the year, adding 300 hours of science and current affairs content from Dock & Stock, 60 hours of fitness programming from UPMC, art and cinema-related documentaries by Movieda, and 50 hours of religious content from Cat Productions.

“We are very happy to welcome in our catalog the programs of Jangal Films. They absolutely match the level of quality and entertainment expected by our most demanding clients,” said David Freytd, Prime’s managing director, in a statement.

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