New animated series makes food and cooking fun by taking kids on culinary adventures to different countries while teaching friendship, cultural diversity, and important food terminology.
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Boat Rocker Studio’s new show, based on books of the same name by Rachel Bright, features an adventurous lovable monster that helps kids learn little life lessons.
Based on the ‘Love Monster’ series of books by British author and illustrator Rachel Bright, new 2D-animated preschool series will premiere on CBeebies and on major Chinese broadcasters and digital platforms.
Move solidifies the company’s position as a leading vertically integrated kids & family content provider with full-scale operations in Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia.
Led by Boat Rocker Ventures with participation from leading global technology and children’s media investors, mobile-based early childhood education company secures $8.5 million in funding.
Former DHX Media exec has credits including ‘Looped,’ ‘Supernoobs,’ ‘Doozers,’ ‘Inspector Gadget,’ ‘Chuck’s Choice’ and ‘Make it Pop.’
Fisher-Price to develop toys around new original series created by Matt Fernandes of Industrial Brothers.
Offbeat comedy series based on the book by Dave Cooper is produced by Radical Sheep Productions with animation services provided by Jam Filled Entertainment.
Toronto-based global entertainment company ups Samantha Traub to Chief Operating Officer and Michel Pratte to Chief Revenue Officer.
IATSE opens invitation to former Arc Productions and Nitrogen Studios employees to help recover lost wages and meet with legal counsel.
Boat Rocker Media’s newest acquisition takes over production of key projects at the recently-shuttered Toronto studio.
Newly-acquired subsidiary of Boat Rocker Media enters an agreement to acquire the production assets of the troubled Toronto-based studio.