iD Distribution, Voom HD Networks add 100 hours of HD content to Mipcom catalogue

MUMBAI: iD Distribution has gained another 100 hours of high-definition (HD) programmes from Voom HD Networks.

The new programmes will be available for international broadcast acquisition at the television trade event Mipcom next month.

iD has previously sold over 1,100 hours of programming for Voom HD into more than 150 countries across the globe. iD licenses programming internationally for VOOM HD Networks, WEtv, Lifeskool, Sportskool and IFC.

iD Distribution CEO Sally Miles said, “We are delighted to have achieved so much with Voom HD Networks, particularly in the last year. The catalogue that we represent includes highly fascinating and diverse programming which has vast appeal in a global sense, and we will continue to enjoy great success for this catalogue.”

Voom HD Networks senior VP, global operations and business development Glenn Oakley says, "The iD team has done a fantastic job furthering the international reach of Voom HD programming. We are energised by the outlook for even greater expansion at this market and are happy to have contributed to iD’s continued success with a solid slate of new HD offerings."

The 100 new hours of Voom HD programming include several returning series, as well as totally new titles. Treasure Divers provides an inside look at the little known and rarely filmed world of underwater treasure excavation. Each episode follows shipwreck treasure historian, Carl ‘Fizz’ Fismer and dive instructor, Captain Gary Mace, as they troll a host of underwater wrecks in search of riches, both monetary and historic.

Classic Racers shares the experience of the classic racer that time-travels to the Golden Era of car racing, capturing not only the speed and noise, but the incredible atmosphere as well.

Ultra Eye has new episodes visiting the world’s most stylish cities, including Paris, Rome, Reykjavik and LA.

Behind the Label introduces viewers to the most powerful icons of the fashion and beauty worlds.

New episodes of Reservations Required go behind the scenes of the hottest and most talked-about restaurants in the world.

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