Octapixx Worldwide

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Octapixx Worldwide

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Octapixx Worldwide was established in 1995 as a broadcast distribution company. Located in Toronto, Ontario, they represent producers from around the world. As of 2019, they represent over 100 producers, and hosts over 3000 hours of content. Octapixx Worldwide carries programing from a multitude of genres, including factual, military, wildlife, history, science, lifestyle, travel, children’s, animation, sports, educational and other documentaries. Their dedication to quality content has led to partnerships and agreements with broadcasters such as ABC, A&E, Al Jazeera, AMC Networks, American Public Television, Canal+, CCTV, Crime + Investigation Network, Czech TV, Discovery Channel, DR, Fox, Foxtel, France 5, Globosat, Groupe AB, The History Channel, KBS, National Geographic Channels Worldwide, NHK, NRK, PBS, Planete, RAI, Red Bull Media House, RTE, RTL Disney, RTVE, SVT, Ten Network, and TRT.


Toronto, Ontario

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Created September 20, 2019 by Elizabeth Carroll.


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Octapixx Worldwide. “About Us.” Accessed September 20, 2019. http://octapixx.com/?page_id=3851

Protocol Sports Marketing Ltd. “Octapixx Takes Traditional Championship Wrestling (TCW) Worldwide.” News. Last updated October 9, 2012. http://protocolsports.com/2012/10/09/octapixx-takes-traditional-championship-wrestling-tcw-worldwide/

Watts, John. “Octapixx Worldwide.” In Wildlife Film-making: Looking to the Future, edited by Piers Warren, 112-114. United Kingdom: Wildeye, 2011. https://books.google.ca/books?id=zsKbSZ6nqUcC&pg=PA113&lpg=PA113&dq=octapixx+worldwide&source=bl&ots=PmGpl0spUg&sig=ACfU3U2YWrGyZiu9Qu2Xzs-MxYofD4iiaQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwigu8qK8d_kAhVGqp4KHdQYC3o4FBDoATAEegQICRAB#v=onepage&q=octapixx%20worldwide&f=false

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