Australianvideo-on-demand company Reeltime has signed a dealwith Granada International to license select film and television programmesfrom Granada's library.

OnceReeltime launches in early 2006, the Granada content will be made available to all of its ISPpartners.

Thedeal covers unspecified films and TV programmes including Prime Suspect,Cracker, 7Up and Nanny 911.

"Weare delighted to see a number of our dramas available for VoDin Australia," Glen Hansen, VP, sales Australia at Granada International. "VoDis one of the new growth areas of our business and we believe this will be thestart of a new and long relationship with Reeltime."

Reeltimepreviously announced a licensing deal with the library of films from Columbia, TriStar, Screen Gems,Sony Classics, MGM and United Artists.