"Arctic: Underwater Aliens" will become available for the viewers in Germany on N-TV TV channel

Signal Media and N-TV, one of the leading German TV channels, closed the deal for the sale of rights to the factual entertainment project "Arctic: Underwater Aliens" produced by Digital Television Russia.

Russian documentary "Arctic: Underwater Aliens" is created by My Planet TV channel and adapted for international sales by Digital Television Russia. The project will soon become available for German viewers on N-TV channel.

The agreement on the acquisition of rights to the film was signed between Signal Media, the exclusive distributor of DTR content, and one of the leading German TV channels - N-TV.

N-TV is one of the oldest and most respected channels in Germany, broadcasting since 1992. The content of the channel is mainly information and analytical programs, economic reviews, social and political talk shows, as well as an extensive block of factual entertainment projects.

The premiere of the documentary project "Arctic: Underwater Aliens", telling about the unique fauna of the Arctic waters washing the Russian northern borders, was broadcast on My Planet TV channel this spring. From the first minutes of the film, the spectators were captivated by the incomparable beauty and richness of the Arctic underwater world.

For extraordinary beauty and mystery, biologists call the underwater world of the Arctic "looking-glass", comparing it with the universe in miniature, with its own unearthly laws. Here, underwater, man is not yet master, but only an observer and researcher.

The film used a lot of underwater shooting that biologists of the White Sea bio station of MSU were making for several years. The film was created by My Planet TV channel with the support of Russian Geographical Society.