Bomanbridge Media Seals Deal for Paranormal Series R.I.P. Files with NBCUniversal International Networks

Singapore – January 13, 2016: Leading Singapore-based production/distribution agency, Bomanbridge Media, announced a deal with NBCUniversal International Networks (NBCU) for Pan-Asian broadcast for paranormal investigative series R.I.P. Files (Seasons 1 & 2).  Bomanbridge Media handles distribution in Asia for New Dominion who holds the worldwide rights to R.I.P. Files.

NBCU acquired the investigative series The R.I.P. Files which follows paranormal detectives, based in Washington DC, who use their psychic abilities and deep knowledge of metaphysical techniques to interact with the entities they encounter at haunted locations. These investigators encourage the spirits to share their stories in their own words through amazing EVPs and other evidence that is bridging the gap between the worlds of science and spirituality. Making new discoveries that push the boundaries of paranormal research even further, the investigators also find themselves compelled to examine the effects of their activities on their own lives, on the lives of those around them, and on the spirits themselves. S1: 10 x 30′   S2: 10 x 60′

“Bomanbridge is pleased to bring NBCU’s Asian audience the intriguing investigation series, R.I.P. Files  exploring  spooky, paranormal occurrences, a subject which has enjoyed tremendous interest in the region. Bomanbridge continues to source the best in global content to share with our Asian viewers who are sure to enjoy this interesting series,” said Sonia Fleck, CEO of Bomanbridge Media.

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