Nat Geo Wild and Mashable have inked a deal to co-product and co-distribute two original series for their respective digital and social platforms.
They partnership will “revive vintage National Geographic footage” from the Nat Geo archives and tap Mashable Studios’ expertise in producing digital-first series.
The first series will look at how animals use tools in their natural habitats to survive, while the second will be a comedy that will combine Mashable’s “sense of internet humor” with archival Nat Geo fare.
The digital series will be produced by Mashable Studios, and both series are slated to start production in early 2017.
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