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Bomanbridge Sells On the Go & More Across Asia


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Bomanbridge Media has secured sales across Southeast Asia for several lifestyle titles, including On the Go, which is hosted by former Ms. Great Britain Amy Kitchingman.

Thai public broadcaster TrueVisions snapped up the travel series On the Go. The show follows Kitchingman in her Middle East adventures as she introduces viewers to exotic holiday destinations and shares tips on healthy living and fitness.

Bomanbridge also closed pan-regional sales with National Geographic Asia, which picked up the ten-part, multi-partner-funded series John Torode’s Korean Food Tour. The series is a co-production between Denhams TV, UKTV and Korea’s Hyundai Media broadcast arm, supported by the Korea Communications Agency. It follows celebrity chef John Torode on his food adventures in South Korea. ABS-CBN in the Philippines also acquired John Torode’s Korean Food Tour, along with My Floating Home. Additional pan-regional sales include A+E Networks Asia’s acquisition of seasons three and four of the lifestyle travel series Top Travel.

“Bomanbridge is delighted to be sharing these great lifestyle series with our partners in the region,” said Sonia Fleck, the CEO of Bomanbridge Media. “We pride ourselves in delivering lifestyle programs that really make the audience want to see it, be there and experience themselves the adventure. We aim to bring more of such high-quality programs to our Asian broadcast partners in the near future.”



About Sara Alessi

Sara Alessi is the associate editor of World Screen. She can be reached at salessi@worldscreen.com.

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