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Mongolia goes for Got Talent

Mongolia’s Got Talent will be the latest adaptation of the popular FremantleMedia and Syco Entertainment format.

Local broadcaster Mongol TV will air its own version of the show, which started out in the UK seven years ago and has now been sold into 67 countries by FremantleMedia International (FMI).

The multi-season deal will see Mongol TV broadcast the first local version of the format in 2015.

The news comes after Got Talent creator Simon Cowell’s recent Mipcom keynote speech in which he joked about Mongolia being one of the last regions in the world where Got Talent didn’t have a presence.

As well as creating a local version of the format, Mongol TV will acquire the eighth season of Britain’s Got Talent.

The deals were brokered by Haryaty Rahman, VP of sales and distribution, Asia, at FMI.

This week, ITV commissioned a spin-off from the Britain’s Got Talent franchise with new six-part series Planet’s Got Talent.

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