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FableVision Signs Kids’ Media Vet

Childrens media veteran Jonathan Meath has been named exec producer of broadcast and licensing for Boston, Massachusetts-based FableVision, a childrens media firm. In his new post, he will helm the development of educational and entertainment properties for the youth market.

FableVision president Paul Reynolds said, FableVisions mission is to make a major impact on thoughtful learning and positive media messages around the globe. The addition of Jonathan Meath to our core development team positions the firm for significant domestic and international growth over the next several years, and underscores our commitment to add the best of the best to our expanding team.

Mearth added, I feel that FableVision has the potential to be the next big thing on the entertainment and licensing stage. THE PEETNIKS OF CLUTTERBUCK VALLEY, SUGARLOAF and THE NORTH STAR are all prime properties, and I look forward to developing them for new markets. The combination of engaging characters, entertaining story, award-winning animation, and true dedication to the needs of children are the qualities that attracted me to Peter H. Reynolds and his team at FableVision.

Meath has more than two decades of television development and production experience. His credits include the Emmy award-winning hit WHERE IN THE WORLD IS CARMEN SANDIEGO? for PBS, the Jim Henson series THE WUBBULOUS WORLD OF DR. SEUSS! for Nickelodeon, ZOOM for PBS., and READY, SET, LEARN for Discovery Kids.

Founded in 1996 by brothers Peter and Paul Reynolds, FableVision is a learning media company. The firms offerings include broadcast programming, Web, CD, DVD, handheld media, museum kiosks and classroom products, as well as licensed art, characters and media properties across gift, stationery, media and merchandising markets. For more information visit its Website at www.fablevision.com.

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