DCD Rights Lines Up Deals For Pair Of Music Shows

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DCD Rights has racked up international deals for two music shows they are distributing, ahead of MIPTV.

The UK based independent distributor has sold documentary George Michael Live at Palais Garnier Paris to AXS TV in the US, Foxtel in Australia, DirecTV in Latin America, Globosat in Brazil and Phoenix Satellite Television in Hong Kong, China and Macau; whilst also lining up deals for Jessie J: Alive at the O2 with DirecTV in Latin America, Globosat in Brazil and Phoenix Satellite Television in Hong Kong, China and Macau.

DCD will be shopping these two shows to international buyers at MIPTV in addition to the numerous other titles on their music and documentary slate. The distributor has been amassing a slew of deals ahead of Cannes, having inked content deals for Aussie drama The Code, snapping up distribution rights to Open University’s programming catalogue and securing a distribution deal with UK indie Popkorn Television.

“Music programming continues to resonate with a wide range of fans across the globe”, said Nicky Davies Williams, CEO of DCD Right. “The multi-platform accessibility of music concerts and documentaries makes them particularly interesting to content buyers looking for ways to build their brand with a specific audience demographic. We are extremely pleased to offer these exceptional, highly produced performances at MIPTV.”