National Geographic and Discovery Channel Asia have picked up new factual fare from Washington-based TeleGraff Media, including a standalone documentary about a Taiwanese national hero.
National Geographic has acquired Koxinga - Sailing Through History (1x60'), which chronicles the life of Cheng Chenggong, who expelled Dutch Colonialists from Taiwan in the 17th century. The show, produced by Marc Pingry HD Productions, will air on National Geographic Channel feeds next year.
Discovery, meanwhile, has taken Innovation Nation (6x30'), a series from Canada's Partners in Motion, for its Asian network. The programme looks at how major scientific discoveries shape the planet.
TeleGraff, which brokered the deals, is a television consultancy that helps producers and distributors develop their programmes. Formed last year, it is led by Bill Graff, a former Animal Planet US and Discovery International executive.
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