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Twofour sells 100 hours into Australia

Twofour Rights has sold more than 100 hours of programming to various Australian broadcasters.

SBS, Foxtel and National Geographic have all taken packages of programming from the distributor.

Pay TV broadcaster Foxtel has acquired a 90-hour package with the content airing across its channels. Titles include crime series Born to Kill, reality show The Exclusives and travel doc James Nesbitt’s Ireland.

SBS has picked up fact-ent shows including Be Your Own Boss and Urban Secrets as well as adventure doc In the Footsteps of Thesiger (pictured).

Nat Geo, meanwhile, has taken Harry’s Mountain Heroes, charting the expedition made by a group of wounded servicemen and launched by Prince Harry. It will go out on NGCI’s Nat Geo Adventure. The channel will broadcast the show across Australia, New Zealand, and Asian territories.

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