DISTRIBUTION360 announces sales of over 130 hours of Lifestyle and Factual Entertainment Content ahead of NATPE and Realscreen

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(January 12, 2015 – Toronto, Canada)  Distribution360, a  marblemedia company with a focus on sales to both traditional and emerging platforms, has announced today that multiple buyers worldwide have purchased a number of  D360’s hit Lifestyle and Factual properties including all of  Si Entertainment’s home renovation catalogue, which comprises of Tackle My Reno (14x30’), Leave it to Bryan (91x30’), House of Bryan (42x30’) and Disaster DIY (26x30’). This is in addition to the true crime documentary about convicted killer  Luka Magnotta and a slew of other sales from D360’s slate ahead of  NATPE and Realscreen.

“We are very excited to announce a wealth of sales from our Lifestyle and Factual library which we have been actively growing with third-party partners,” said Kirsten Hurd, Director, International Sales and Acquisitions, D360. “We are proud to be delivering international audiences a number of new and returning series that are trending with viewers worldwide.”

D360 has made a 3-title renewal deal with  Foxtel (Australia) that will continue to bring world-renowned contractor  Bryan Baeumler to Australian audiences. Foxtel has renewed seasons one to three of Leave it to Bryan, season one and two of House of Bryan and Disaster DIY. The Home Channel (South Africa) has purchased two series from D360 including season four of the hit series Leave it to Bryan, which features Bryan Baeumler helping homeowners manage a practical home renovation. The network has also purchased Si Entertainment’s new show Tackle My Reno, which follows pro-football player turned handyman  Sebastian Clovis as he teams up with homeowners to tackle their renovation wrongs.

Following an 11-country deal last fall, D360 has added another sale of the  Media Headquarters Canadian docu-drama Tessa & Scott (7x30’) to  Nat Geo People (Denmark). Continuing its commitment to sell content on all platforms, D360 has made a sale of the internet and mobile rights for their popular shows Save My Pet (39x30’), from  Best Boy Entertainment and Ghostly Encounters (83x30’), from  Wraith Films Inc., to  FashioNation TV (Canada and U.S.).

Additionally D360 has sold the chilling documentary about Luka Magnotta, called Sex, Fame and Murder (1x60’) from  Hiltz Squared Media Group, to  SPIEGEL TV (Germany),  Planète + (France) and MEDIALAAN (Belgium); Leave it to Bryan season one and two to  Globosat (Brazil); Save My Pet to True Branded Channel (Thailand) and  First HDTV (Russia); and Ghostly Encounters to  Discovery ID (Poland).

About Distribution360

Distribution360, a marblemedia company, is a forward-thinking distribution company that focuses on

traditional media sales, while actively pursuing growth in the digital space. Its mandate is the full

monetization of television and interactive content on traditional and emerging platforms worldwide, with a

focus on kids, drama and factual programming. Distribution360.com | @Distribution360 |

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