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Zone Vision acquires 'Ghost Stories' for The Horror Channel

Zone Vision Networks has licensed the award winning US drama series 'Ghost Stories' for The Horror Channel in the UK, it was announced today by Chris Sharp, Chief Programming Officer at Zone Vision Networks Ltd.
Ghost Stories is a drama series about visits from beyond the grave in their many forms. The 44 spine-tingling half-hour episodes are produced and distributed internationally by New Dominion Pictures in the USA.
Adam Robinson, Head of Programming and Scheduling, The Horror Channel, said: “One of our main objectives this year is to continue to develop a strong daytime schedule featuring the very best programming for our growing audiences. We are thrilled to have secured Ghost Stories, a strong series that fits the profile of the channel perfectly."
Kristen Eppley, Head of International Sales and Distribution at New Dominion Pictures, added: “We're delighted that this classic ghost series will be accessible to ghoul-loving fans in the UK through The Horror Channel."

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