Singapore Aug 30, 2017: Bomanbridge Media, a Singapore-based content distribution and production agency announced multiple distribution sales for lifestyle titles John Torode’s Korean Food Tour, My Floating Home, Top Travel and On The Go.
Bomanbridge sales include pan regional broadcaster National Geographic Asia, who picked up the ten-part, multi partner-funded series John Torode’s Korean Food Tour, distributed internationally by Argonon International. The series is a co-production between Denhams TV, UKTV and Korea’s Hyundai Media broadcast arm, supported by the Korea Communications Agency. The series follows celebrity chef John Torode on his food adventures in South Korea, as he learns about the top 100 Korean dishes and re-creating them in his own kitchen. Philippines broadcaster ABS-CBN acquired John Torode’s Korean Food Tour, together with My Floating Home, a series featuring the adventures of families who are building the ultimate waterside dream homes.
Further pan regional sales include A+E Networks Asia who acquired lifestyle travel series Top Travel S3 & S4. Top Travel explores a unique theme from Top Hotels to Top Spas, discovering the ultimate in travel and entertainment from scuba diving off the Great Barrier Reef to gondola rides in Venice.
Thailand public broadcaster True Visions selected On The Go, a lifestyle travel series featuring former Ms Great Britain, Amy Kitchingman, in her Middle East adventures, as she brings viewers to exotic holiday destinations and shares tips on healthy living and fitness.
“Bomanbridge is delighted to be sharing these great lifestyle series with our partners in the region. We pride ourselves in delivering lifestyles programs that really make the audience want to see it, be there and experience themselves the adventure. We aim to bring more such high-quality programs to our Asian broadcast partners in the near future,” said Sonia Fleck, CEO of Bomanbridge Media.
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