Croatian broadcaster Nova TV has struck a volume programming deal with Hollywood studio Warner Bros.
The broadcaster, which is owned by Central European Media Enterprises (CME), has inked the deal with the studio’s international sales arm Warner Bros International Television Distribution, which will give viewers access to series including sci fi thriller V, The Vampire Diaries and comic book adaptation Human Target.
The distributor’s parent company Time Warner acquired a 31% stake in CME for US$241.5m (179.8m) last year.
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