Veria Living lands programming block in Australia

Veria Living Worldwide has partnered with Brand New Media to bring a three-hour block of health and wellness shows to the 4ME TV network in Australia.
September 27, 2012

Veria Living Worldwide has partnered with Brand New Media to bring a three-hour block of health and wellness shows to the 4ME TV network in Australia.

As part of the agreement, 4ME TV will air 100 hours of Veria Living programming, with a Veria Living fitness block in the early morning and a mid-morning block of Veria lifestyle and cooking shows across Monday to Friday.

Some of the titles produced by Veria Living Studio include Yoga Sutra Now with Jai Sugrim and Rock Your Yoga, as well as Yoga for Life Backyard Boomers and Chasing the Yum, among others.

“Globally, broadcasters like 4ME TV who are looking to effectively program their day parts with compelling shows are discovering that Veria Living Worldwide has the right solution,” said Ray Donahue, SVP and head of program sales at Veria Living Worldwide.

Additionally, Veria Living Worldwide has sold more than 700 hours of series in pre-MIPCOM deals, including 250 hours of health and fitness programming to Green TV in Mexico, including titles Rock Your Yoga; 300 hours, including Yogi Cameron: A Model Guru, to Digi Film for its RCS and RDS channels in Romania in Hungary; and over 100 hours to Medi1TV in Morocco, including Simply Beautiful, Pilates from the Inside Out and What’s Brewing.

In South Korea, Sung Kil Cinema & Co. bought the rights to the complete Under the Sun series; Israel’s Ananey Channels purchased 26 hours, including episodes of What a Relief and Everybody Nose; and Intra Communications of Russia took six hours of episodes from the 30-minute series Chasing the Yum.

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