Trifecta Programming Takes a Wild Turn

Jan 18, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Syndicator Trifecta Entertainment is offering Longneedle Entertainment’s “Animal Atlas,” “Animal Atlas Classics” and “Safari Tracks” to stations for fall 2009.
Trifecta is packaging the three shows, along with “Jack Hanna’s Into the Wild,” into a two-hour educational and informative programming block, fulfilling two-thirds of a station’s E/I requirements.
There are 26 half-hours apiece available of “Atlas,” “Classics” and “Tracks,” and the series are being licensed on a barter basis, with a 50/50 split.
“In one easy transaction, stations can meet the majority of their weekly E/I broadcast requirement with series that not only appeal to young people, but to family viewers of all ages,” said Trifecta CEO Hank Cohen. “These are great programs that continue to entertain audiences year in and year out, and which can be scheduled as a block or separately, according to each station’s needs.”
Trifecta also distributes “Punk’d” and “American Idol Rewind,” and announced in late 2008 that it would offer A&E’s “Cold Case Files” and MTV’s “Laguna Beach” and “The Hills” for fall 2009.

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