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9 Story Unveils Slate for ATF 2013

Story Entertainment announces its slate for Asia Television Forum, which features both animated and live-action programming including Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood and Camp Lakebottom.

9 Story Entertainment announced its slate for Asia Television Forum, which features both animated and live action children’s programming.  From preschool series like Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood and Peg + Cat to animated comedies for the 6-11 demographic like Numb Chucks, Camp Lakebottom and Nerds & Monsters,  9 Story offers the best quality children’s and family entertainment across multiple genres.

9 Story will be exhibiting at ATF in booth A03, to continue to build relationships at the regional level. “Asia is a very important market for us. With our recent acquisition of CCI Kids and an expanded team, we now have the opportunity to build an even stronger presence across the territory,” said Natalie Osborne, Managing Director of 9 Story Entertainment. “Federico Vargas is attending on our behalf and we are very confident that this year’s ATF will produce strong results for us.”

Preschool Animation:
Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood (130 x 11’)
Audience:  2-5
An animated preschool series featuring Daniel, a shy but brave 4-year-old tiger, who lives in the beloved Neighbourhood of Make Believe. With the help of his neighbours, family, and friends - Daniel has fun and learns key skills necessary for school and for life.

Joe & Jack (39 x 7’)
Audience:  2-5
An adorable series about a 4-year-old boy named Joe, and his best friend; who happens to be a cat, Jack. These two have the biggest imaginations and their days are filled with all sorts of adventures.

Monkey See Monkey Do (26 x 11’) – Season 2
Audience:  2-5
An animated and live action preschool series that follows our host, Monkey, and his good friend Parrot as they learn about friendship, animals and the importance of movement. 

Peg + Cat (80 x 11’)
Audience:  3-5
Peg + Cat is an animated preschool series that follows an adorable spirited little girl, Peg, and her sidekick, Cat, as they encounter unexpected problems that require creative solutions. In order to solve the problems, Peg and her cat must add, subtract and apply basic arithmetic.

Children’s Animation:
Camp Lakebottom (52 x 11’)
Audience:  6-11
12-year-old prankster McGee was headed for an awesome summer at Camp Sunny Smiles when his bus took a wrong turn and landed him at old, run down and ridiculously spooky Camp Lakebottom! Follow McGee and his friends as they discover that Lakebottom is not just your average camp; it’s the BEST CAMP EVER!

Nerds & Monsters (40 x11’)
Audience:  6-11
An animated comedy that tosses a group of nerdy kids on a fantastic uncharted island with a tribe of hideous but dimwitted monsters that are mistakenly threatened by their human invaders!

Numb Chucks (52 x 11’)
Audience:  6-11
A hilarious comedy about two half-witted woodchuck vigilantes, Dilweed and Fungus, who use their non-existent kung-fu skills to protect the lives of all the citizens in Ding-a-Ling Springs, whether they need it or not!

Teenage Fairytale Dropouts (52 x 11’)
Audience:  7-11
Meet a new generation of fairytale characters, the children of those super famous icons we all grew up with including Jeremiah, the son of the giant in Jack and the Beanstalk, Trafalgar, the nephew of Merlin the Wizard, and Fury, the Tooth Fairy’s daughter.

Wild Kratts (92 x 22’)
Audience:  4-9
The Kratts brothers leap into animated action in Wild Kratts, a half-hour adventure comedy from the creators of the hit shows Kratts Creatures and Zoboomafoo. In each episode, Chris and Martin Kratt travel to a different corner of the world to meet amazing new animals.

Children’s Live Action:

Finding Stuff Out (42 x 22’)
Genre:  Edutainment
Audience:  8-12
A lively science-oriented series which, instead of imposing adult notions on kids about what they should know, gives them what they want: answers to the questions that matter to them the most!

Source: 9 Story Entertainment

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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.