SVT in Sweden and Mediaset in Italy are among the international buyers who have acquired nature and wildlife programs from CBC & Radio-Canada Distribution, the Canadian public television company’s content licensing department.
Both TV companies have acquired First Animals (1 × 52 ‘), about the Burgess Shale fossils that have written about our understanding of evolution. The project is produced by Red Trillium Films.
SVT has also taken Nature’s Cleanup Crew (1 × 52 ‘), produced by Kensington Communications, as well as China’s Skyword Co. The document sheds light on the animals that divide our cities, from ants to vultures to opossums, and how they recycle the waste that society leaves behind. Behind.
Another series that SVT picks up is Wild Canadian Weather (4 × 52 ′), which has also been acquired by Bomanbridge Media (Asia-Pacific) and Viasat World for CEE, Russia and the US, the Baltics and Scandinavia. The series, produced by River Road Films, explores the extreme climate in parts of Canada.
Other recent sales of CBC & Radio-Canada Distribution include Climate Change Special Rebellion (1 × 52 ′, Grand Passage Media) to Mediawan Thematics (France) and SIC (Portugal); The Covid Cruise (1 × 52 ‘, Blue Pearl Productions) to PBS America (UK and Ireland) and Bell Media (French Canada); and Sing Me a Lullaby (1 × 29 ‘, Golden Nugget Productions) to PBS / POV (USA), Al Jazeera (MENA), CNEX (Taiwan) and Sky Arts (New Zealand).