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Off the Fence sells over 350 hours into Asia

Broadcasters in Asia, including Wuhan TV, Discovery Asia and more, have completed deals with Off The Fence (OTF) totaling over 350 hours. Sales manager at OTF Singapore, Fiona Chu, brokered the deals. Cai Chang, a Taiwan-based content acquirer and DVD distributor, bought 300 hours of programming, including Wild Germany (5x60'), Cosmic Vistas (6x30') and Most Extreme series one (13x60'). Japanese broadcaster Sfinx bought ten titles from OTF, including Hollywood Science (4x60'), China Quake (1x60'), Sharkville (1x60') and Focused (44x30'). Wuhan TV bought a 20-hour wildlife and nature package with titles including Sounds of the Seas (1x60'), Zoo Vets (1x60') and Wildest Africa (13x60'). Discovery Asia closed several deals with OTF including The Last Trimate (1x60'), World Wild Vet (10x60'), Off Limits (6x60') and a package deal for Earth Diaries (10x30'), Ice Man (1x60'), Vanishing Planet (2x60') and History in HD: Shooting Iwo Jima (1x60'). KBS has acquired OTF's latest production, Asia's Monarchies (5x60').
October 21, 2010

Broadcasters in Asia, including Wuhan TV, Discovery Asia and more, have completed deals with Off The Fence (OTF) totaling over 350 hours. Sales manager at OTF Singapore, Fiona Chu, brokered the deals. Cai Chang, a Taiwan-based content acquirer and DVD distributor, bought 300 hours of programming, including Wild Germany (5×60′), Cosmic Vistas (6×30′) and Most Extreme series one (13×60′). Japanese broadcaster Sfinx bought ten titles from OTF, including Hollywood Science (4×60′), China Quake (1×60′), Sharkville (1×60′) and Focused (44×30′). Wuhan TV bought a 20-hour wildlife and nature package with titles including Sounds of the Seas (1×60′) and Zoo Vets (1×60′). Discovery Asia closed several deals with OTF including The Last Trimate (1×60′), World Wild Vet (10×60′), Off Limits (6×60′) and a package deal for Earth Diaries (10×30′), Ice Man (1×60′), Vanishing Planet (2×60′) and History in HD: Shooting Iwo Jima (1×60′). KBS has acquired OTF’s latest production, Asia’s Monarchies (5×60′).

About The Author
Barry Walsh is editor and content director for realscreen, and has served as editor of the publication since 2009. With a career in entertainment media that spans two decades, prior to realscreen, he held the associate editor post for now defunct sister publication Boards, which focused on the advertising and commercial production industries. Before Boards, he served as editor of Canadian Music Network, a weekly music industry trade, and as music editor for HMV.com. As content director, he also oversees the development of content for the brand's market-leading events, the Realscreen Summit and Realscreen West, as well as new content initiatives.

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