RDF Rights secures Asian deals

Key children's properties snapped up in Thailand, Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia.
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RDF Rights has revealed a host of deals with key Asian broadcasters for several of its children's properties.

In Thailand, PBS has picked up series one and two of Cbeebies show Big Barn Farm, as well as all three series of Mister Maker, the arts and crafts show.

True Spark has acquired series five of ITV1 show Finger Tips and series one and two of Yo Gabba Gabba.

Yo Yo TV in Taiwan has also picked up the fifth season of Finger Tips, along with re-licensing series one to four.

Meanwhile, in Singapore, RDFR has secured several deals with Mediacorp for its Okto Channel, including Mister Maker, Brilliant Creatures, Finger Tips, Yo Gabba Gabba and magic show Tricky TV.

ATV in Hong Kong has taken on Yo Gabba Gabba and Finger Tips, while TVB has acquired series two of the BBC adventure game show for kids, Escape from Scorpion Island and Big Barn Farm.

In Malaysia, NTV7 has acquired the first two series of Mister Maker and Yo Gabba Gabba.

"We're delighted to be partnering with so many excellent broadcasters across the region," said Delphine Dumont, RDFR sales manager.


RDF Rights

In 1995, just two years after the RDF Media Group was founded, RDF Rights was formed in order to look after the licensing for the company?s television content.

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