Tagged With: Licensing
CG-animated preschool adventure series for 2-6-year-olds co-produced by Spacetoon affiliate Lalune Light Studio, France’s Cyber Group Studio, and Canada’s Sardine Production.
Producer of ‘Maya the Bee’ signs licensing deal with Austrian public broadcaster for Studio 100 content beginning in 2016, including new CG-animated series and features.
Licensing, merchandising, BRB International, Atlantyca Entertainment, television, children’s series, animated series, BLE
With more than 46 million fans tuning in to watch the hit series in Q1 & Q2 2015, licensing program closes in on 100 licensees.
New animated property from Rainbow set to air on Nickelodeon channels around the worl beginning in the spring of 2016.
Winning Moves to launch ‘Peppa Pig’ Junior Monopoly and Guess Who; Character Options expands offering to include arts and crafts and construction
Rovio Entertainment appoints new agent partners for ‘Angry Birds’ franchise across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Rebooted ‘Thunderbirds Are Go’ leads company’s presentation slate; licensor seeking partners for new portfolio addition ‘Oddbods.’
Entertainment One adds Jazwares, Cra-Z-Art, Accutime, Tin Box Co., Pamson and Zak Designs as licensees for preschool hit ‘Peppa Pig.’
London-based distribution company signs international 360 pact with Turkish animation studio Düşyeri for preschool series ‘Kikoriki’ and ‘Pin-Code.’
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.’
Singapore-headquartered animation producer completes sales in several territories for the company’s flagship animation series, ‘Eena Meena Deeka.’
New CG-animated adventure comedy series, ‘The Wild Adventures of Blinky Bill,’ is set for delivery by 2017.
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.
Studio 100 Media concludes a deal with Al Jazeera Media Network for the new CGI versions of ‘Vic the Viking’ and ‘Heidi’ and the CG-animated preschool series ‘Trains.’
Studio 100 Media signs deal with NBCUniversal’s preschool TV network Sprout for the rights to CG-animated series and Stereoscopic 3D feature, ‘Maya the Bee.’
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.
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.