Voom blooms in Korea deal

Guider, Elizabeth
June 2006
Daily Variety;6/19/2006, Vol. 291 Issue 55, p5
Trade Publication
The article announces a joint venture between television and entertainment company Rainbow Media with the Korea-based satellite television company, Skylife, for the production and distribution of documentary and lifestyle programming made in high-definition technology to Korea. The primetime programming will feature Voom high definition brands Ultra, Rush, Equator, GamePlay and Monsters.


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