'Neighbours' in U.S

Morfoot, Addie
March 2004
Daily Variety;3/25/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 64, p24
Trade Publication
The U.S. cable channel, Oxygen has acquired rights to Australia's longest running television program, "Neighbours." The sudser, broadcast in 55 countries around the world, is to bow April 19, 2004. Television program "Neighbours" will run for six weeks, airing two half hour episodes back to back daily. The network has licensed 65 half hour episodes of the serial from Fremantle International.


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