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9 Story Enterprises acquires worldwide distribution and licensing rights for Haunted Tales for Wicked Kids.
Engage Digital announces the 250 kid-focused experts who will converge at the Digital Kids Summit at the San Francisco Children’s Creativity Museum September 19.
Nerd Corps Entertainment signs a television deal with BBC Kids and Knowledge Network for their original preschool series, Kate & Mim-Mim.
Tricon Films & Television acquires new animated series Wildernuts as it launches Tricon Kids & Family Division at Mipcom Junior.
The Jim Henson Company has launched online channel Jim Henson Family TV on Hulu Kids, with a total of 10 Henson series, including Fraggle Rock, are now available via ad-free Hulu Plus in the US.
The Disney Channel premiere of Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel ranks as Friday’s #1 TV telecast across major youth demos and was the number one cable TV telecast in total viewers.
PGS Entertainment licenses A Squared Entertainment’s Secret KidVenture Club in Thailand, Singapore, Brazil, and Israel.
Following a 15-year career at Disney, veteran executive Patricia Hidalgo joins Turner International as its SVP and chief kids content officer for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment announced deals in New Zealand and Australia for Tree Fu Tom.
Comedy pilots Alpha House and Betas, along with kids pilots Annebots, Creative Galaxy and Tumbleaf, are given the greenlight to begin production on a full series of episodes that will air exclusively on Prime Instant Video later this year and in early 2014.
International children’s channel KidsCo, Corus Entertainment’s joint-venture with NBCUniversal, launches its two-month-old Syfy Kids block in Asia this July.
International children’s channel KidsCo partners with science fiction and fantasy-based channel Syfy to launch Syfy Kids, a new sci-fi genre programming block dedicated to kids.
BBC Kids and FME Kids & Family division sign a five year deal that will see them develop and produce a continuous sequence of new programming.
Internationally renowned book and TV series character, Franklin, embarks on new adventures at SeaWorld parks.
“Rise of the Guardians” is almost as big a flop as “Mars Needs Moms”. What is wrong with this picture? Ed Hooks takes a look and points to significant animation industry trends.