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Bomanbridge Media has secured a number of television content sales to Asian broadcasters following the opening of its Mongolian office in February.

Some 90 hours of programming has since been sold by the Singapore-based distributor: to Mongol TV, the Philippines' ABS CBN and Thailand's Spring News.

ABS CBN has bought 20 hours of content for its Lifestyle Network and Slum Symphony, while Spring News has acquired 47 hours of programmes, including RIP Files.

"Bomanbridge is thrilled to continue our fast-paced year of deals with our partners around the region," said Sonia Fleck, CEO, Bomanbridge Media.

"We had a successful launch of the Mongolian office, and are pleased to have many of our programmes launched there. We are proud to be the leaders of distribution for global programming into all countries in the region."

In January, Bomanbridge announced multiple deals including the sale of Nutri Ventures Animation to Singapore's Mediacorp Toggle, 50 hours of current affairs and factual entertainment to Nine Media Corporation in the Philippines, and Animal Atlas season two and three to Oman TV. In addition, I-Cable Hong Kong bought the series Extraordinary Dogs, and EBS in South Korea acquired several factual titles, including Blood River and Turf War.