AUSTRALIAN TV SERIES ‘ADVENTURE ALL STARS’ GROWS AUDIENCE WITH PRIMETIME BROADCAST DEAL WITH OUTDOOR CHANNEL ASIA

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SOCIALLY CONSCIOUS TRAVEL SERIES SET TO REACH 27 MILLION HOUSEHOLDS IN 20 ASIAN COUNTRIES.

Australia’s Charity TV Global continues to grow its audience for its socially conscious travel television series, Adventure All Starswith a primetime broadcast deal with Outdoor Channel Asia which will see it delivered to 20 Asian countries.

The broadcast deal will see Adventure All Stars add to its Australian and New Zealand viewership with a reach of close to 27 million households and OTT users across the coveted Asian market.

Outdoor Channel Asia’s Head of Programming & Acquisition Asia Pacific, Jo Wan, said:

“At Outdoor Channel we are always looking for aspirational and inspirational content that resonates with our signature of REAL. LIFE. ADVENTURE.  With Adventure All Stars, it is like the show was created with Outdoor Channel in mind and we are delighted to bring it to a vast audience across 20 countries reaching almost 27 Million TV households and OTT users in Asia,”

Charity TV Global’s Founder and Adventure All Stars Executive Producer, Troy Gray, said:

“This broadcast deal into 20 countries across the highly sought-after territory of Asia is testament to the quality of television production in Australia.  Not only does it demonstrate we can deliver relatable content for global audiences but it shows they have a thirst for entertainment with an underlying social conscience.  We are incredibly proud of the success and continued international expansion of Adventure All Stars, and know that it will be well received by 27 million households watching on Outdoor Channel Asia,”

Owned and operated by Multi Channels Asia, OEN’s Outdoor Channel Asia is all about real life adventure.  Dedicated to outdoor lifestyles and entertainment, Outdoor Channel Asia is loaded with a first run and exclusive combination of action, adventure and survival programming with top personalities including the likes of Bear Grylls.

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