PALISADES PARK, N.J. – May 13, 2019 – Having just recently introduced this NBC special at MIPTV, coupled with the first day of the LA Screenings, Alfred Haber, President of Alfred Haber Television, Inc., announced today the company’s initial key sales for “bublé!”,the one-hour special starring the international, best-selling singer/songwriter/entertainer, Michael Bublé. Leading broadcasters who have already signed on for this musical extravaganza include ITV (U.K.), Nine Network (Australia), Rogers Media (Canada), Bell Media (Canada), and MNet (S. Africa).
“As soon as we revealed that we had acquired the international distribution rights to ‘bublé!’ we started receiving inquiries from broadcasters around the globe…and the response has been stellar,” commented Haber. “Michael Bublé is one of the most sought-after performers in the world and these recent sales certainly prove that point.”
The primetime concert, which aired March 20in the U.S. on NBC, served as a journey through Bublé’s illustrious career and was his most personal special to date. The GRAMMYAward-winning Bublé performed some of the classic songs that inspired him, as well as songs from his new album, “love” ❤. Bublé has sold over 75 million records worldwide and has now starred in seven television specials.
ABOUT THE ALFRED HABER COMPANIES
The Alfred Haber Group of Companies – Alfred Haber, Inc., Alfred Haber Distribution, Inc.and Alfred Haber Television, Inc.– together form one of the world's largest distributors of U.S. network annual events and music specials and are leading independent distributors of primetime reality series, specials, and documentaries. We acquire and represent content from a broad list of clients worldwide, including production companies and television broadcasters. For more information about the Alfred Haber companies, please visit www.alfredhaber.com.
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