FRED MEDIA TAKES 120 HOURS OF "THE LIVING ROOM" TO THE US

The distributor licensed the iconic Australian show to Dabl, CBS's new digital platform that launched in the US last September.

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Fred Media, the successful content distribution business owned by WTFN has concluded a deal with Dabl for 120 hours of "The Living Room".  The iconic series is now being broadcast on the CBS Television Distribution’s new digital lifestyle network that launched in the US last September.

The deal was struck by Warren Sevel, Fred Media’s VP sales and development for the Americas, Australia and New Zealand. He comments: “'The Living Room' has been covering a wide range of lifestyle topics in an innovative fashion ever since it began in 2012, and there are now eight seasons and more than 300 episodes available. We are delighted to be exporting 120 hours to the US at this time and for this wonderful series to premiere on Dabl. CBS Television Distribution has created a truly superb lifestyle destination with Dabl, and we are happy to have found the best possible stateside home for our show.”

"The Living Room", originally produced by WTFN for Network Ten, is the long-running and hugely popular series anchored by Amanda Keller and also featuring Chris Brown, Barry DuBois and Miguel Maestre. Filmed in front of a live studio audience, it focuses on key passions in people’s lives – such as food, travel, and the home – presenting the best lifestyle content with a fresh entertainment spin.

The show’s must-watch mix of big issues, hot topics, entertaining studio banter and beautifully crafted video segments has seen it win four consecutive Logie Awards for Most Popular Lifestyle Program in Australia, from 2015-18. "The Living Room" is also available from Fred Media as a format.

 

 

We are delighted to be exporting 120 hours to the US at this time and for this wonderful series to premiere on Dabl” Warren Sevel Fred Media’s VP sales and development for the Americas, Australia and New Zealand

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