MediaHub reaches over 40 countries in one year with "Broken Lives" Turkish drama

The most recent licensing news comes from Bangladesh, with previous deals covering CIS, MENA, and APAC, in addition to France, Poland, Bosnia, Ethiopia, and more.

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The global 360-degree rights management, distribution, and production company MediaHub has announced that the Turkish drama "Broken Lives" has been licensed in over 40 territories following its one-year tenure. "Broken Lives" is aired on Kanal D in its home country. Still, it has recently been exported to Bangladesh, with previous deals covering CIS, MENA, and APAC, in addition to France, Poland, Bosnia, Ethiopia, and more, bringing the number of licensed countries to over forty.

Sangerim Zhakhina, Sales and Business Development Manager for the Middle East, Africa & Asia, said of the deals: "We're delighted to introduce "Broken Lives" to many new countries. For some of our clients, it was the first time they tried a Turkish slot, and we're delighted that they trusted the content and us, and got results. In under a year, the content has traveled far and wide, and has become available in French, Russian, Arabic, and many other languages. We believe 'Broken Lives' will continue to travel to new territories and will be a title audiences keep coming back to," noted.

Elif Turna, Sales and Business Development for Europe & the Americas, also shared that new deals are in the works: "Just recently, we had a great run at Content Americas where agreements were further crystallized. We are looking forward to having 'Broken Lives' aired on all continents around the world," added.