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Virgin, Rai imagine World Without NASA

A World Without NASA

Virgin Media’s Ultra HD network in the UK and Italian pubcaster Rai are among the outlets to have picked up A World Without NASA, produced by Go Button Media for Curiosity Stream.

The 2×60′ show, which explores what life would look like if the US space agency never existed, has also been acquired by Prima Group in the Czech Republic; Da Vinci Channel in Russia, Poland, Turkey, Asia, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Africa and the Baltics; and Emirates Cable TV E-Vision in the Middle East.

The deals are among a range of factual content sales secured by UK-based distributor DCD Rights. The firm has also shopped Phantom Signals (6×60’), produced by Go Button Media for Science Channel, to Discovery in Spain and Andorra and A+E Networks-owned channel Sky History in the UK, Gibraltar and Malta.

Elsewhere, How to Make… (3×60’), produced by Wonder Television for the Open University and BBC4, has been picked up by UR: Swedish Educational Broadcasting Company, Geo Television in Germany, RTV in Slovenia, American Public Television, the Open University of Hong Kong and Knowledge Network in Canada.

Finally, Disasters Engineered (20×60’), produced by SWR Media, Intermission Film and DCD Rights in association with Dash Pictures for Science Channel & Discovery UK, has been acquired by YLE in Finland; Spektrum in Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia; True Visions in Thailand; TVNZ in New Zealand; Discovery in Benelux; and RMC Story in France and Africa.

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