MIPCOM ’14: FremantleMedia France nabs Armoza’s “Flight 920″

Israeli formats developer Armoza Formats has sold its primetime "around-the-world" reality format Flight 920 (pictured) to FremantleMedia France.
October 13, 2014

Israeli format developer Armoza Formats has sold its primetime “around-the-world” reality format Flight 920 to FremantleMedia France.

The 11 x 60-minute series – which is currently airing on French Canada’s TVA – gives 20 singles the chance to travel to nine international locations, following the completion of challenges at various stops. Those who win the challenges and tickets to the next location can also choose who to bring with them.

“We are very proud to be working with Armoza Formats on the all-new adventure format Flight 920, led by meaningful values – adventure, feel-good and sharing,” said Monica Galer, CEO of FremantleMedia France. “We definitely see its potential for the French market.”

Avi Armoza, CEO of Armoza Formats, added: “We strongly believe that Flight 920 answers to the need for more authentic reality shows, giving viewers and participants the chance to experience the world in a different, deeper and more meaningful way.”


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