Singapore – Bomanbridge Media, a Singapore-based content distribution and production agency announced a multi-programme factual deal of 111 hours for the millennial-targeted digital platform, Bilibili, in China.
Bilibili acquired travel and nature programmes such as Escape or Die, featuring Dean Gunnarson, a world class escape artist, entertaining global audiences with remarkable stunts that cheat death; Extraordinary Dogs exploring true-stories of canine prowess and the science behind dogs’ incredible abilities; while The Wonder of Dogs, celebrates the dog in all its spectacularly different and unlikely forms — from ancient predator to household pet, the evolution of dogs is arguably the greatest success story in the animal kingdom.
Other programmes acquired include, Hidden Britain by Drone, following Sir Tony Robinson who uses drones to reveal Britain’s hidden places, from billionaires’ private estates to forbidden military zones, and When Patrick Met Kylie featuring Patrick, a British chef with a passion for Italian cuisine and Kylie, an Australian food and travel writer who has made Italy her home. Their mission is to find out how Italians really live and what they really eat. Travel the globe in Animal Alas to meet every kind of animal imaginable, from the familiar to the astounding — learn about their lives, their history, and the adaptations that allow them to survive and thrive.
“Bomanbridge is excited to continue expanding our programming reach to the ever-growing digital online platforms, especially in China where this has become a very lucrative space. We have an exciting, rich factual catalogue appealing to many demographics, especially the millennial audiences who demand high quality, captivating stories and are pleased to bring Bilibili viewers over 110 hours of fresh nature and travel content,” said Sonia Fleck, CEO of Bomanbridge Media.