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VG TV, Axess TV & YLE deals
TVF International has scored an array of Nordic sales ahead of MipTV.
VG TV acquired a package of titles including Channel 4’s Call Girls, ABC’s Children of the Sex Trade, How to Start a Revolution and The Term: Opposing Putin.
Meanwhile Swedish broadcaster Axess TV has picked up C4 series Penelope Keith’s Hidden Villages (12 x 48 minutes), as well as hour-long doc BBC4’s Winston Churchill: Blood, Sweat and Oils and two-parter Queen Victoria’s Letters: A Monarch Unveiled.
Elsewhere, Finnish public broadcaster YLE bought Smithsonian-C4 joint commission China’s Forgotten Emperor, while Denmark’s DR acquired PBS 60-minute doc America by the Numbers.
Danish independent non-profit organisation The Why Foundation also picked up C4 doc The Dancing Boys of Afghanistan, which it will then distribute to a number of international broadcasters.
Senior sales executive Lindsey Ayotte brokered the sales for TVF.