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Sales roundup: Insight TV, Principal ink content deal; Fox Life India takes Gordon Ramsay content

Insight TV and Principal Media ink content deal UHD producer and broadcaster Insight TV have penned a content sales deal with Los-Angeles based producer and distributor Principal Media. Under the terms of ...
March 5, 2018

Insight TV and Principal Media ink content deal

UHD producer and broadcaster Insight TV have penned a content sales deal with Los-Angeles based producer and distributor Principal Media.

Under the terms of the agreement Principal Media will distribute Insight’s shows around the world.

The titles include Secrets of the Brain (Discovery Asia); Science of Thrills, 7 Days (pictured), Ultimate Processes, The Demolition Man and Graveyard Carz (AB Groupe, France); and Ghost Chasers (Blue Ant Media, Canada).

Our partnership with Principal Media, who is highly respected in the international TV marketplace, means that we can reach global viewers with captivating content that continues to build on the high value of the Insight TV brand,” said Graeme Stanley, chief commercial officer with Insight TV.

Fox Life India acquires Gordon Ramsay content from all3media international

Fox Life India has picked up raft of content from indie distributor all3media international featuring celebrity chef and producer Gordon Ramsay.

Owned by Fox International Channels, the deal represents Fox Life India’s efforts to make Ramsay a key identifier for the broadcaster.

It includes the acquisition of The F Word USA (11 x 60), Culinary Genius USA (15 x 30), and the UK version of Culinary Genius (20 x 60). Both versions of Culinary Genius are produced by Studio Ramsay.

Restaurant makeover show Kitchen Nightmares USA from Optomen Television has also been relicensed, with seasons six and seven (26 x 49, in total)  heading to Indian audiences.

About The Author
Senior staff writer Frederick Blichert comes to realscreen with a background as a journalist and freelance film critic. He has previously written for VICE, Paste Magazine, Senses of Cinema, Xtra, Canadian Cinematographer and elsewhere. He holds a Master of Arts in film studies from Carleton University and a Master of Journalism from the University of British Columbia.

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