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Distribution360 sends “Bryan” abroad

Canadian distributor Distribution360 has sold three Si Entertainment series hosted by contractor Bryan Baeumler (pictured) - Leave it to Bryan, House of Bryan and Disaster DIY - to several international networks.
January 13, 2015

Canadian distributor Distribution360 has sold three Si Entertainment series hosted by contractor Bryan Baeumler (pictured) - Leave it to Bryan, House of Bryan and Disaster DIY - to several international networks.

Australia’s Foxtel has renewed three seasons of Leave it to Bryan (91 x 30-minute), and the first two seasons of House of Bryan (42 x 30-minute) and Disaster DIY (26 x 30-minute).

Brazil’s Globosat has also picked up the first two seasons of Leave it to Bryan, while South Africa’s The Home Channel has acquired season four of Leave it to Bryan (26 x 30-minute), and purchased the 14 x 30-minute football pro-turned-handyman Sebastian Clovis-hosted Tackle My Reno.

Home renovation was not the only subject that Distribution 360 successfully sold internationally.

The Hilz Squared Media Group’s 60-minute documentary about killer Luka Magnotta entitled Sex, Frame and Murder has been picked up by Germany’s Spiegel TV, France’s Planète + and Belgium’s Medialaan, while Nat Geo Denmark has picked up the Media Headquarters ice-skating docudrama Tessa & Scott (7 x 30-minute).

The Internet and mobile rights for Best Boy Entertainment’s Save My Pet (39 x 30-minutes) have been picked up by FashioNation TV in Canada and the U.S., with the broadcast rights bought by Branded Channel (Thailand).

Internet and mobile rights for Wraith Films’ Ghostly Encounters (83 x 30-minute) have also been bought by FashioNationTV, while broadcast rights have been grabbed by Poland’s Discovery ID.

About The Author
Selina Chignall joins the realscreen team as a staff writer. Prior to working with rs, she covered lobbying activity at Hill Times Publishing. She also spent a year covering the Hill as a journalist with iPolitics. Her beat focused on youth, education, democratic reform, innovation and infrastructure. She holds a Master of Arts in Journalism from Western University and a Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto.

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