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Bomanbridge Media, a Singapore-based content distribution and production agency, announced multiple deals with territories around the Asia Pacific region during the Singapore Media Festival’s Asia TV Forum and Market (ATF).
Bomanbridge has sold 86 hours’ worth of content, including It Only Hurts When I Laugh and Life’s Funniest Moments to New Zealand’s TV3 Mediaworks; 39 hours of children’s programs, including Nutri Ventures to Thailand’s TV3 Bec Tero; 88 hours (Animal Atlas) to Thailand’s Thai Public Broadcasting Service; 63.5 hours to Thailand’s True Visions; and Superbodies to South Korea’s Korean Broadcasting System (KBS).
The announcement comes on the heels of the company’s recent expansion to three Asian countries — South Korea, Mongolia and India — as well as the launch of its first production, the international lifestyle/cooking show Haute and Saucy With Kelly Randall Sia.
“Bomanbridge has never been stronger. We come into ATF closing several major deals in the region for hundreds of hours of programming. Additionally, with our new offices in India and Korea and soon Mongolia, we expect to have a record-breaking year for sales. Producers trust us to place their programs to the best broadcasters in the region,” said Sonia Fleck, CEO of Bomanbridge Media.
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