CFO and founding member stepping down from German brand management and media company on April 29 will be replaced by Johannes Walzer from Munich-based Refined Labs.
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Multi-property broadcast licensing agreements signed with Indonesia’s Spacetoon, Singapore’s Mediacorp and Hong Kong’s TVB.
International preschool TV production and licensing company to leverage new majority investor to expand intellectual property, library rights and digital capabilities, as well as its presence in China.
Specialized children’s channel MBC3 to Air ‘Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters,’ ‘Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL’ and the all new ‘Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC V’ in the Middle East & North Africa region.
Next year’s Licensing Expo to be held one month earlier than usual May 23-25 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV.
RTVE acquires broadcast rights to Spanish production company’s newest animated series for pre-schoolers.
DHX to develop, produce and distribute a range of new, multi-platform content inspired by the highly popular property
Strong global demand at MIPTV leads to slate of licensing deals signed for The Jim Henson Company’s preschool properties, including season four of the multiple award-winning ‘Dinosaur Train.’
Hit series from French CG animation studio TeamTO and kids entertainment specialist CAKE makes high-profile move into consumer products.
Studio 100 Media secures Home Entertainment and VOD deal with Svensk Filmindustri in Nordic countries Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Sweden and Norway for the company’s revived CG-animated series ‘Heidi.’
Following the success of ‘Winx Club,’ family entertainment giant signs major new deals for ‘Regal Academy’ and live-action series ‘Maggie & Bianca.’
Hit property from family entertainment specialist Rainbow to be broadcast to millions of children across India via a deal with top Indian broadcaster Sun TV.
Corus Entertainment-owned global children’s entertainment company helps high-flying kids’ series co-produced by FunnyFlux Entertainment, Little Airplane Productions, Qianqi Animation, EBS and CJ E&M take off in new markets.
Based on the ratings success of ‘Maya the Bee,’ Hungarian public broadcaster signs licensing agreement for CG-animated series, ‘Tashi,’ produced by Australia's Flying Bark Productions.
International TV production and licensing company agrees to a new three-year, multi-territory deal with Netflix for seasons one, two and three of undersea preschool adventure property ‘Octonauts.’
New broadcast deals in Australia, Portugal, Norway, Russia and Turkey made on the back of ratings success in France, Germany, Poland, Netherlands and the U.K.
Brand management company teams with award-winning South African production company on ‘thrillingly original’ animated series for kids.
Licensing deal with Televisa’s brand new SVOD service comprises more than 200 hours of premium kids content including animated reality TV series ‘Total Drama,’ ‘Poppy Cat’ and ‘Wanda and the Alien.’
Family distribution company Bejuba! Entertainment will be looking to place Milkshake’s preschool series, ‘Toot the Tiny Tugboat,’ across a variety of international territories and platforms.
Leading European animation studio and one of the world’s biggest licensors bringing new shows including ‘Regal Academy’ and ‘Maggie & Bianca Fashion Friends,’ and ‘World of Winx,’ the first NetFlix Originals show from global smash-hit Winx Club, to MIPTV 2016.
Award-winning animated series dominates online and on major free-to-air channels across the globe, including Continental Europe, French Canada, Australia, South Korea, Taiwan and the MENA region.
Free-to-air kids’ channel that broadcasts in Arabic to 22 countries announces new shows and new licensing deals for properties serving massive Arabic language market.
Licensing agent TLC to build and manage the cable network’s original animated properties – including the newly-rebooted ‘Powerpuff Girls’ -- across France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Benelux.
9 Story Media Group licenses a trio of hit animated children’s shows – ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood,’ ‘Nerds and Monsters,’ and ‘Numb Chucks’ -- to U.K broadcasters ahead of MIPTV.