The 290-hour package includes varied content in lifestyle, science, tech, health, crime, history, arts, food and travel.
Titles in Flame’s portfolio include RTE art series Designing Ireland, BBC crime series Neighbourhood Blues, SBS long-running food series Food Safari, among others.
Fiona Gilroy, content sales and acquisitions director at Flame Distribution commented: “Flame’s focus is to maximise the audience and returns for our content globally. We are delighted to be partnering with Janson Media on this Amazon Prime Video deal as another means to achieve this for the producers we represent.”
Jesse Janson, executive vice-president for acquisitions and development at Janson Media added: “Janson Media is thrilled to partner with Flame Distribution for their Amazon Prime Video strategy.
“I am extremely confident that Flame’s catalogue of content will entertain the millions of Prime Video subscribers. Janson Media will ensure that Flame’s content is optimally featured on the platform for its greatest opportunity”.
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