The company has sold broadcast rights to the upcoming Emmy Awards to 200 territories.
This comes after the Toronto-based Kew Media Group earlier this month unveiled a rebranding of its sales arm under the Kew moniker.
That followed Kew’s February acquisition of Content, which was one of six deals that created a new international production and distribution company.
The Emmys will take place in LA on Sunday (September 17), and is to broadcast as a three-hour special and a one-hour pre-show event.
It broadcasts on CBS in the US, and has been sold to Turner (German-speaking Europe and Latin America), Fox (Asia and the Netherlands), Star (India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan), RTÉ (Ireland), Telefonica (Spain, Spanish-speaking Andorra), Amedia (CIS, Georgia) and SIC (Portugal, Angola, Mozambique).
Other channels such as HBO Europe have signed just the three-hour show.