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9 Story Signs Free TV Deals in Latin America

Coming out of NATPE, 9 Story Media Group announces several Free TV sales within Latin America.

Toronto, Canada -- 9 Story Media Group has announced several Free TV sales within Latin America coming out of NATPE. TV Brasil has licensed the first season of Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood; Canal Futura (Brazil) has acquired the first two seasons of Wild Kratts, Televisión Nacional Uruguay has picked up the first season of Wild Kratts and Canal Once (Mexico) has come on board for the first seasons of Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood and Camp Lakebottom.

“Latin America is an important growth opportunity for 9 Story,” said 9 Story Media Group managing director Natalie Osborne. “Federico Vargas, our Director of Distribution for the territory, has spent considerable time in the region and at markets like NATPE, to help fuel this progress. His focus on the region, coupled with how well our shows are resonating with audiences, has led to strong momentum within the territory.”

9 Story Media Group is a leading content creator, marketer and distributor of kids & family focused intellectual property. Recognized around the world for best-in-class brands such as Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood, Wild Kratts, Numb Chucks, Arthur and Peg + Cat, 9 Story represents over 1,700 half-hours of animated and live action programming, seen on some of the most respected international channels and platforms. With one of North America’s largest animation studios, 9 Story employs over 220 creative and production staff and has produced over 900 half hours of award-winning children’s content. 9 Story is owned by Senior Management, ZM Capital and media entrepreneur Neil Court.

Source: 9 Story Media Group      

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.