Disney has secured further European broadcast agreements for Camp Rock, bringing its total to 78 territories to date, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
France, Switzerland, Australia and Turkey deals were all revealed on the eve of this week's Mipcom.
In addition to this, Camp Rock has been pulling in German viewers, where it debuted on September 20th on ProSieben ranking as the number one highest rated live action movie on the station this year with all kids aged three to 13.
Its recent premiere on Portugal's Sic and Spain's Cuatro also saw the show in top spot in its timeslot with individuals, kids and teens in both countries.
According to the story on The Hollywood Reporter, at the beginning of Mipcom Disney was waiting for ratings results from upcoming launches on M6 in France, Kanal D in Turkey, ERT Greece, RTS Serbia, Seven Network Australia, TVNZ New Zealand and BBC in the UK.
"Camp Rock has been enormously successful in its Disney Channel window and we have very high expectations for free TV in all territories," said Ben Pyne, president of global distribution at Disney Media Networks.