2 FEB 2021

BOMANBRIDGE MEDIA ADDS OVER 100 HOURS OF FACTUAL CONTENT TO ITS CATALOGUE

The content distribution and production company has acquired flagship titles from DR Sales, West One Entertainment and Wild Stories and also it closed a raft of factual deals in Asia.

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Leading Singapore-based content distribution and production company Bomanbridge Media has acquired over 100 hours of flagship factual acquisitions from companies such as DR Sales, West One Entertainment and Wild Stories.

Bomanbridge bagged the rights from DR Sales to carry Asian rights to the state of art blue chip 4K title "Wild & Wonderful Denmark" (5x60’),a series presenting dramatic events in the animal kingdom of Denmark and currently nominated for Best TV Series at the Robert Awards 2021. Also from DR, "Snowhow" 4K (4x60’), features the beauty and awesome brutality of the Nordic winter.

Further, Bomanbridge secured rights for a slate of wildlife titles from London-based West One Entertainment to distribute across Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Africa. The deal includes great predator wildlife series "Adapt To Survive" (3x60’), "Deadly Hunters" (3x60’), "Wild Kingdoms" (3x60’), "Wild Dynasties" (3x60’) and "Epic Animal Encounters" (13x60’).

Lastly, blue chip acquisitions such as "Wild Latam" 4K (9x60’) and "Wild Hunters" 4K (6x60’) were clenched for Asia-Pacific from Spain-based production unit Wild Stories, further adding to the already extensive factual catalogue Bomanbridge offers.

ASIAN SALES

On the sales front, Bomanbridge closed a raft of factual deals in Asia, tallying more than 110 hours.  Discovery Asia picked up six-part docseries from award-winning director Krishnendu Bose "Heroes of the Wild Frontier" (6x30’), which takes viewers through the lives of the forest guards and the frontline staff manning the vast expanses of India’s forests and national parks. "Micro Killers" (1x60’) has been picked up by CCTV 10 China and Thai PBS in Thailand, who also acquired over 40 hours of content including "Ghost Killers" (1x60’), "The Wild Heart of Spain" (1x60’) and "Babies Diary" (1x60’) that was equally licensed to EBS Korea as part of a larger factual package, including "Incredible Animal Moments" (1x60’), originally airing on Smithsonian Channel. 

A further 40 hours of factual programming was licensed to RTV Indonesia, SCTV Vietnam and OBS Korea. The deals include "Incredible Spiders" (1x60’), picked up by RTV and OBS, who also picked up "Wild Canadian Year" (4x60’) and "Wild Italy" (9x60’) which was sold to SCTV.

Sonia Fleck, CEO stated, “We are working hard to continually bring new high-quality 4K content to our clients. We are also pleased to see that the shelf life on our factual content has proven to be a solid offering for so many broadcasters hit by interrupted production schedules due to Covid. The plan is to ambitiously invest in new content and utilize our vast catalogue to work closely with our broadcasters to ease through the difficult moment.”

The plan is to ambitiously invest in new content and utilize our vast catalogue to work closely with our broadcasters to ease through the difficult moment” Sonia Fleck CEO at Bomanbridge Media