Amsterdam – International distribution company FCCE announced major new deals for more than 300 hours of programming and content on June 26.
The new weekly music magazine series Wall of Sound has been licensed in the U.S. to Ovation, America’s only arts network. The weekly TV show features the latest news stories, album reviews, exclusive interviews and chart countdowns. The series has also been licensed to SIC Portugal, Viacom 18 India, plus broadcasters in the Middle East and Africa.
Wall of Sound
In addition the weekly entertainment magazine show Hollywood Buzz has been sold to Reelz Channel in the U.S. as well as to broadcaster’s Tricolor in Russia and TrueVisions in Thailand.
Other new deals include, in Asia K+ Vietnam licensed 52 hours of programming including the weekly magazine series Celebrity Scoop and Films & Stars and African pay TV broadcaster StarTimes licensed 65 hours of content.
Alan Green, FCCE’s International Sales Director, stated: “We are delighted to be working together with so many new partners, especially expanding our U.S. footprint is an exciting new development for the company. 2014 is looking to be another great year with programming now licensed into more than 80 territories internationally.”