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Bomanbridge Media signs multi-title factual deal with Vietnam's VTV

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MUMBAI: Singapore-based content distribution and production agency Bomanbridge Media is signing a volume agreement with VTV from Vietnam for nature and scientific factual titles coming from producers such as SkyVision, Secuoya, Earth Touch and Peacepoint.

“Bomanbridge is pleased to announce our multi-program deal with partner VTV, the largest free TV broadcaster in Vietnam. These high quality factual shows will certainly educate, enthrall and enlighten their audiences and also bring high viewership to VTV,” said Bomanbridge Media CEO Sonia Fleck.

Some of the titles included in this deal are:

Alert in Deep: Oceans occupy 75% of the surface of our planet and provide us half of our oxygen, much of our food and regulate climate. But something is happening in this blue planet: climate change and human action have altered the game rules. Tour the most significant places on the planet in search of invasive species that colonize habitats that are not theirs and also abusive practices of human beings that are threatening the marine ecosystem. Fisherman in Papua New Guinea still use dynamite as extraction method, razing entire reefs. In the Bahamas, live one of the most devastating colonies of a fish in history: lionfish. But not all are negative symptoms, there is also room for hope. The creation of marine national parks worldwide is achieving satisfactory results in terms of conservation.
Black Mamba: Black mambas are among the most feared creatures in Africa, with a single bite capable of killing 25 adults. Snake expert Simon Keys travels to the humid east coast of South Africa to reveal the secret lives of these formidable reptiles, exploring the myths and providing a unique insight into their behaviour.

Speed Kills (S1 & 2): This series takes dramatic, everyday actions in the animal kingdom, and looks at them at 600 frames a second. On land and sea we uncover the complex physiology of the animals which makes these extraordinary bursts of speed possible.

Untangling Alzheimer’s: In spite of exhaustive studies, no one knows what exactly causes Alzheimer’s - the most deadly form of dementia. But possible new evidence pointing to the roots of Alzheimer's may now be untangling the mystery. The latest theories and science behind the disease are examined, together with interviews with some of the world’s leading experts on the subject.

In Space: 50 Years of Space Exploration: An in-depth analysis chronicling 50 years of unique achievements in space and exciting developments for the future. "In Space: 50 Years of Space Exploration" will feature the sensational Rosetta Mission, which landed on November 12, 2014 in the first-ever attempt at a soft touchdown on a comet, the 2014 ISS Crew and the upcoming Mercury and planned Mars missions. In 2014 the European Space Agency (ESA) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) are celebrating their 50-year collaboration for space exploration and technology development with the Rosetta project, a 10-year journey of some seven billion kilometres. With the support of ESA and others, "In Space: 50 Years of Space Exploration" will trace the journey of human spaceflight and space exploration of the last 50 years, as well as private projects like Google’s Lunar X Project and private space travel projects such as Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic and also take a glimpse into BepiColombo spacecraft – Europe’s first future mission to Mercury, as well as the return to the Moon and human space travel to Mars. This documentary will define how space travel has enhanced our knowledge of the universe and the ground-breaking future ahead where the secrets of its origins will be revealed.

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