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October 28, 2020

Producer: ‘Wild Carpathia’, an experience showing the entire world what Romania has to offer

The third and last part of the ‘Wild Carpathia’ documentary produced in partnership by the Travel Channel and Romania’s National Tourism Authority, to be rolled out worldwide throughout November, shines a light on the dramatic scenery of the Carpathian Mountains, writes the ‘worldscreen.com’ portal on Tuesday. ”The Wild Carpathia series has been an enriching experience in educating the world and the Romanian people about what the country has to offer. As a channel, we are always looking to new partnerships to showcase long and short-form content like Wild Carpathia to not only help drive commercial objectives such as tourism, but also connect with our viewers that love travel,” Andrew Grieve, the VP of sales at Scripps UK & EMEA said, as quoted by Agerpres. “As a global broadcaster, we are proud to have the opportunity to work in tandem with the Romanian National Tourism Authority to create engaging content and to be able to expose our Travel Channel audience to a lesser known region of our world,” adds Jon Sichel, the managing director for Scripps UK & EMEA. Maria Grapini, Minister-delegate for SMEs, Business Environment and Tourism, said that she ‘is deeply honored’ for having been able, during her tenure as Minister, to contribute to the execution of a such an important project for Romania’s promotion abroad.’ Grapini added that she is ‘very optimistic regarding the impact of the documentary on the local touristic sector.’

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