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New broadcasting deals set for iCarly

MTV Networks International has inked a raft of global deals for the live-action teen sitcom iCarly.
January 10, 2011

MTV Networks International has inked a raft of global deals for the live-action teen sitcom iCarly.

Episodes from the series have been snapped up by television broadcaster Network 10 in Australia and by Canadian French language cable channel VRAK, which has signed for season two.

Norway’s public broadcaster NRK, meanwhile, has taken season two of the show in a new deal, while in Latin America, Bogota-based City TV in Colombia has signed for episodes one to 52, airing every weekday, and Monte Carlo TV in Uruguay has taken season one.

Also in Latin America, Medcom in Panama has renewed iCarly season one and bought new episodes from season two. And in Nicaragua, TeleNica has also signed for new episodes from season two.

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