SPI International announces that it has acquired thirty-four documentaries, which amounts to approximately eighty hours of programming from Earth Touch, an award-winning producer of high-end factual series. According to the deal, SPI will be able to broadcast the freshly acquired programming on DocuBox and on any of its other linear and digital brand assets worldwide.
“We are delighted to collaborate with Earth Touch, a company that shares our passion for providing audiences with high-quality content produced via state-of-the-art technologies,” commented Revi Benshoshan, Director of Acquisitions at SPI International. “This new slate of programming from Earth Touch will be a great addition to our library, especially to DocuBox’s rich collection of fascinating documentary and factual series that explores different cultures and the wonders of our world,” added Benshoshan.
The licensed programming includes various nature and wildlife documentaries such as, Deep Blue Dive and Black Mamba: Kiss of Death and travel themed content like Marco Polo: A Very Modern Journey and Most Intriguing Safari Destinations.