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preschool Headline News

Media I.M. Closes Licensing and Merchandise Deal with Düşyeri

London-based distribution company signs international 360 pact with Turkish animation studio Düşyeri for preschool series ‘Kikoriki’ and ‘Pin-Code.’

Mattel Headline News

Mattel Unveils 2016 Kids Slate

Iconic portfolio includes ‘Barbie,’ ‘Hot Wheels,’ ‘Fireman Sam,’ ‘Monster High,’ ‘Thomas & Friends,’ ‘Bob the Builder,’ and Fisher-Price brands including the new first series of ‘Little People.’

Business Headline News

‘Freaktown’ Takes Off with International Sales

Portfolio Entertainment  signs its first set of international sales deals for new animated series with Cartoon Network in Asia Pacific, Turner’s Kids Networks in EMEA, The Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia and ABC Australia.

Sony Pictures Animation Headline News

‘Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs’ Series Going Global

Produced by DHX Media and Sony Pictures Animation, animated series commissioned by Canada’s TELETOON has been picked up by Turner Broadcasting for its second flagship kids channel, Boomerang, across EMEA, APAC and Latin America.

Splash Entertainment Headline News

Splash Entertainment Bringing ‘Tellur Aliens’ Feature to MIPCOM

Produced with the insight of more than 90 children, ‘Tellur Aliens’ is one of the first projects to be produced in Kazakhstan and offered through a U.S. distributor.

preschool Headline News

New Broadcast Deals Announced for ‘Kate & Mim-Mim’

FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment’s new hit preschool property, ‘Kate & Mim-Mim,’ is acquired by major international broadcasters in Asia, the Middle East, South Africa, Finland, Russia, Poland and Turkey.

preschool Headline News

Entertainment One Takes Controlling Stake in ‘Peppa Pig’

Fifty-two new episodes of preschool sensation ‘Peppa Pig’ currently in production; brand’s expansive international presence now includes over 700 licensing agreements globally.

41 Entertainment Headline News

41E Appoints BRB as Iberian Agent for ‘Kong - King of the Apes’

Commissioned by Netflix, original CGI animation series from 41 Entertainment is targeted at kids and introduced through a feature-length film that will be followed by 12 half-hour episodes starting in 2016.