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BET France picks up slate of docs

Paris-LA based producer and distributor Prime Entertainment Group has inked a multi-territory deal with French TV channel Black Entertainment Television (BET) for a slate of documentaries that will be aired in ...
June 16, 2017

Paris-LA based producer and distributor Prime Entertainment Group has inked a multi-territory deal with French TV channel Black Entertainment Television (BET) for a slate of documentaries that will be aired in more than 50 territories in French-speaking Europe, Africa, the West Indies and the Pacific Ocean.

The channel picked up a slate of documentaries from Prime including the shows Moussa Konate and the Forgotten Writers Society (1 x 52) (pictured), Africa and the Street Economy (1 x 52) and Koteba Nights of Satire (1 x 52) previously aired by France Televisions, TV5 Monde, Planète and TFO among other international channels.

BET launched in France in November 2015 as part of MTV Viacom Interna­tional Media Networks France.

 

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