Det interaktive spilleprogrammet "Lost In Time" produsert av The Future Group i Oslo er solgt til 22 forskjellige land. Det går fram av en pressemelding. Showet begynte på TVNorge i høst og er blant annet solgt til TVDubai. Pressemelding:
Lost in Time has been commissioned by the TV station Dubai TV, which will show it in 22 territories in the Middle-East and North Africa. The Future Group and FremantleMedia Norway will produce two seasons of 26 episodes in total of the interactive gameshow. This is the Future Group’s first big international agreement. The Future Groups’s social entertainment platform makes it possible for viewers to compete in the same challenges as the contestants in the TV studio, before, during and after broadcasts.
Bård Anders Kasin CEO and Co-founder of the Future Group said “The agreement with Dubai TV is the major international breakthrough for The Future Group, and will be a door opener to new markets worldwide. This is a wonderful acknowledgment of our content development and technology. Lost in Time will now reach a large market and rapidly growing penetration of smartphones. The latter is important for the company’s revenue stream through the use of our social entertainment platform.”
Jens Petter Høili, Deputy CEO, Board Member & Co-founder of The Future Group said: “We have great ambitions for The Future Group and have a long-term perspective. This agreement builds a solid foundation for further growth. For a company like ours it is important that our technology and content are launched and find traction in many markets. Dubai TV is a popular channel in a populous region and we are looking forward to working with them.”
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