Studio 100 Media signs a distribution agreement Montreal-based DVD distributor Imavision for the French-Canadian rights to the company’s new re-mastered classics.
FME announces a series of international TV deals for the kids’ comedy series about a wannabe rock band, “Grojband.”
Sky Vision inks a new television distribution deal with leading digital Russian broadcaster Carousel TV for the hit pre-school show “City of Friends.”
UK broadcaster ITV secures season one and season two broadcast rights for Nickelodeon’s hotly anticipated new animation s eries, “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.”
Planet Nemo joins forces with several major broadcasters to produce a brand new pre-school series, “What’s the Big Idea?”
Company unveils global model ensuring children a safe Internet experience; enhanced capabilities powered by Zui.com positions broadcasters worldwide as gateway to kid-friendly localized and branded content.
One of the world’s most beloved cartoon duos returns to television in “The Tom and Jerry Show,” coming soon to Cartoon Network.
Turner Broadcasting announces that it has commissioned a third season of acclaimed hit series, “The Amazing World of Gumball.”
Everybody knows that Moe Howard, as well as his cohorts Curly, Shemp and Larry, were creative geniuses. But not so many know that Moe’s son-in-law, Norman Maurer, was a genius in his own right.
Ludorum plc announces that it has secured an acquisition from the BBC’s CBeebies Channel for a fourth series of the pre-school hit, “Chuggington.”
New children’s properties, “Power Rangers Megaforce,” “Julius Jr.” and “Digimon Fusion,” continue to grow the company’s brand portfolio.
Foothill Entertainment and its U.K.-based affiliate, Foothill Europe, reveal plans for MIPCOM and MIPCOM Junior.
Jillianne Reinseth joins the ranks at Nerd Corps Entertainment as Vice President of Creative Affairs.
Toon Boom Animation and Bento Box Entertainment (BBE) combine their expertise to develop an exclusive and state-of-the-art digital animation production pipeline uniquely designed for Bento Box’s production on prime-time animated television series.
Aiming to boost North American audience exposure for its animated children’s series Ben and Izzy, RGH Entertainment enters into a content partnership with Ameba.
Technicolor enteres into an agreement with Canada’s Mercury Filmworks to co-develop and co-produce the animated children’s television series, “Atomic Puppet.”
French production unit Moi J’aime la television secures distributor and presale for brand-new live-action series with lots of animated special effects.
Cartoon Network is available to Bell Satellite TV and Bell FIBE TV subscribers in Standard and High Definition; Cartoon Network Free Preview available to Bell subscribers until December 31, 2012.
SumOfUs has launched an online petition calling for Disney to "Stop using your children's characters to promote dangerous body images."
Imira Entertainment sees further success for its show “Lucky Fred,” adding new broadcasters as the property continues its global roll out.