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14/12/2005

Granada International strikes deal with Nova TV

Leading European distributor Granada International has inked its first finished programming deal with Nova TV in Croatia.
The terrestrial broadcaster has acquired 34 Hollywood TV movies in a substantial sales deal concluded by Dorit Schilling, Sales Executive. Schilling is currently looking after all sales to Central and Eastern Europe excluding Russia. Titles included in the package are ‘Locusts: Day of Destruction’ and ‘Dangerous Waters: Shark Attack’.
Dorit Schilling commented: “We are very pleased to be working with Nova TV, one of the largest commercial channels in Croatia. We look forward to building our relationship with them. Our Hollywood TV movies have always proved extremely popular throughout Central and Eastern Europe and I am sure they will work well for Nova TV.”
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