Los Angeles, CA -- Premiere streaming online TV Kids platform Toon Goggles has added Toronto-based Bejuba! Entertainment as its newest content partner, making the fun and multi-award winning Jibber Jabber animated series accessible now to Toon Goggles subscribers throughout the US and Canada. In addition, Bejuba! Entertainment will be providing consulting services for the company.
Jibber Jabber (13 x 30 min; or 26 x 11 min.) is the CGI animated series featuring the adventures of fraternal twin brothers named “Jibber” and “Jabber.” Each episode consists of two set pieces, where the brothers, using their amazing powers of imagination, taking everyday life and turning it into an epic adventure.
Additionally, Bejuba! Entertainment has signed-on as a consulting agency. Working with Toon Goggles executive team, managing director Stephen Hodge and Creative Director Brendan Pollitz, Bejuba! will provide extensive production, marketing, licensing and acquisition expertise, seeking to add top rated children’s properties from leading studios, producers and distributors to its library of content. The two companies will together on new marketing and branding initiatives of the Toon Goggles platform. Bejuba! Entertainment, a regular exhibitor at the international markets, will be working with Toon Goggles at the forthcoming MIPTV in Cannes.
“Bejuba’s President, Tatiana Kober is a top veteran in our industry,” said Hodge. “Our initial discussions were based on our interest in having Bejuba!’s unique content as part of our programming, but Tatiana’s extensive knowledge and reputation became apparent quickly and we saw the many benefits of working together in other aspects. Tapping into her relationships with writers, producers and distributors is certain to broaden our programming lineup as we seek to add more live-action and animated series.” “Toon Goggles is a front runner in streaming content for kids with distribution platforms which include all smart phones and tablets, holding key partnerships with hardware providers like Sony, Coby, Kurio, Meep! and most recently adding Barnes and Noble’s Nook tablet,” noted Bejuaba!’s Kober. “Their ability to reach the growing number of young viewers available away from televisions was impressive and certainly drew our attention as a new distribution outlet for our own programming. “We look forward to working with the Toon Goggles team to further introduce their potential to others while increasing their impact on the kids' market in both the US and globally.”
Source: Toon Goggles