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TVF International Sells Titles to MENA & Eastern Mediterranean


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TVF International has closed several sales for new factual titles such as A Dog for Life in the Middle East, North Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean.

In Israel, YES acquired A Dog for Life, which first aired on Netflix Africa, for its VOD platform. The series follows families on their journeys to adopt dogs from a rescue shelter.

Greek media company Tanweer Alliances Single Member picked up over 45 hours of content for ERT. Programs included in the deal are the Channel 4 series Autumn on Jimmy’s Farm and Spring on Jimmy’s Farm, as well as Korean pubcaster EBS’s China’s Dragon Emperor.

In MENA, OSN scored a range of content, including travel shows On Safari and Destination Vacation, as well as Misunderstandings of Miscarriage.

Sam Joyce, senior sales, acquisitions and marketing executive at TVF International, said: “TVF International has just closed the books on a record year, and the work we have been doing with the support of our clients in these regions has been a key aspect of this success story. [Sales executives] Colette [Webber] and Daniyal [Bari]’s in-depth knowledge of these territories puts them in pole position to continue TVF’s success at supplying premium factual programming to our many esteemed broadcast partners in these regions.”








About Jamie Stalcup

Jamie Stalcup is the associate editor of World Screen. She can be reached at jstalcup@worldscreen.com.

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