Founder of the Canadian children’s media company discusses how to be a successful producer, shares business models for production companies, and looks ahead at 2022 kids’ media trends.
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Coming to Cartoon Network and HBO Max this fall, new block will debut with 20 titles; ‘Bugs Bunny Builders’ and Sesame Workshop’s ‘Bea’s Block’ greenlit, joining development slate that will expand to 50 originals within two years.
Bringing its distribution library to more than 4,000 half hours, 9 Story Distribution International to distribute over 460 half hours of classic children’s series from Scholastic Entertainment, including ‘Clifford The Big Red Dog’ and ‘The Magic School Bus.’
Joining forces with Brown Bag Films, BASE founders Lily Wang and Daniel Harjanto Setyawan to report to 9 Story COO Cathal Gaffney.
Extensive changes in Creative Affairs executive team across development, marketing and distribution will bolster company’s international growth efforts and strategic focus.
Deal for 757 half hours of animated and live-action content includes current development slate and rights to future seasons.
Hulu acquires exclusive VOD rights to the first season of the hit animated comedy series that originally aired on Teletoon Canada and Disney XD.
Series of animated preschool shorts produced by Yeti Farm Creative heads to digital platforms including Toon Goggles, Curious World, Homer and Future Today.
Additional international territories for the animated series produced by 9 Story Media Group for Teletoon Canada include Ireland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Benelux and MEA, and Japan.
Former Aardman Animations exec with more than 20 years in the industry will focus on bringing in new content from Europe as well as greenlighting projects with European broadcasters.
Kids cable network doubles its preschool slate with Channel 5 co-production ‘Nella the Princess Knight,’ 9 Story co-production ‘Top Wing,’ Spin Master Entertainment’s ‘Abby Hatcher’ and Brown Bag Films’ ‘Butterbean’s Café,’ as well as new specials for ‘Blaze and the Monster Machines’ and ‘PAW Patrol.’