Norwalk, Connecticut – CABLEready, the international television program distribution and development company, has closed a series of global sales and renewal agreements which collectively exceed 315 hours of programming, ahead of MIPCOM.
Gary Lico, President and CEO of CABLEready, said, “As illustrated by the latest round of new deals and renewals, CABLEready‘s diverse catalogue continues to attract return customers as well as forging new relationships with various broadcasters and platforms. We look to continue this momentum as we head to MIPCOM.”
The following sales and renewals deals have been closed: NBCUniversal Latin America licensed 10 additional episodes of entertainment news magazine series Hollywood Dailies; Foxtel (Australia) renewed seasons one through five, as well as seasons 11 and 13 of Forensic Files, a series that takes viewers through every step of a forensic investigations; MSM (Singapore) renewed 52 episodes of Hollywood One on One, the Emmy Award winning series that gives viewers an up-close and uncensored look at the world’s biggest films and top actors; and SoHo Channel (New Zealand) licensed five episodes of Inside the Actors Studio.
CABLEready also licensed episodes of Inside the Actors Studio to several airlines. British Airways, Swiss International Airlines and Etihad Airways licensed the Mad Men episode, Korea Airline licensed the Colin Firth episode and Oman Air licensed the Brad Pitt episode.