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November 9th 2015
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MIPCOM Wrap-Up

The ACTF's international sales team signed off on a number of sales following last month’s MIPCOM market in Cannes. 

Irish broadcaster RTE secured the rights for our brand new and very funny mockumentary comedy series Little Lunch as well as 26 episodes of the popular sketch comedy series You’re Skitting Me.

Factual entertainment series Wacky World Beaters and the pre-school series Hoopla Doopla will make their Singaporean debut with MediaCorp on their kids channel, okto.  Both series were an immediate hit with audiences on ABC.

Whilst the Portuguese language version of popular comedy series Mortified and Lockie Leonard (Series 1 & 2) has been sold to Impresa for DSTV KIDS in Angola & Mozambique.    

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