22 years after the final episode of ‘Mister Rogers' Neighborhood’ aired, Fred Rogers Productions continues its mission to create quality kid’s content with a slate of award-winning series and its innovative, eight-week program for emerging BIPOC writers that focuses on how to build and sustain a career as a freelance writer in children's media.
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The $1.3M award extends support for the series’ engagement activities in addition to the ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood’ community outreach initiative ‘Be My Neighbor Days.’
The five-year program will support new writers from underrepresented racial groups building their careers in children’s media; application submissions being accepted May 1-15.
Fred Rogers Productions and Warner Music Group's Arts Music Division celebrate the Emmy Award-winning PBS KIDS series’ milestone with a new digital album - ‘10 Years of Tiger Tunes!’- now available across all digital platforms.
The award-winning production company receives funding from the Bezos Family Foundation to develop resources surrounding the show for caregivers, organizations, and professionals in partnership with foundation program Vroom.
Company receives funding from the Richard King Mellon Foundation and Heinz Family Foundation in support of onscreen programming and community outreach for the two PBS KIDS animated series.
Studio’s minority acquisition and first-look deal with London-based publishing company aims to develop new stories from diverse voices.
The new 2D animated series, created by Sonia Manzano, features a 6-year-old proud, confident Puerto Rican girl who lives in the Bronx; launching October 4, the show is part of a revamped daytime PBS KIDS SoCal schedule that allows fans more viewing options for series including ‘Arthur,’ ‘Molly of Denali,’ and ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.’
Company promotes Suzanne Masri and Brittany Smith, and adds Christina Gorski, to support growing PBS KIDS portfolio.
‘Hero Elementary’ kicks off on World Autism Awareness Day with a half-hour special; other special series episodes highlight autism acceptance including ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood’ and ‘Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum.’
For composers and partners Graeme Cornies, James Chapple, and Brian Pickett, scoring for shows like ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood’ and ‘Bakugan’ is more than mere child’s play.
Studio receives $3 million grant from Corporation for Public Broadcasting to support production of the new preschool puppet series; previous CPB grants have funded animated kids’ series ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,’ ‘Odd Squad,’ and ‘Peg + Cat.’
Studio seeks to expand global preschool presence with hire of award-winning producer who oversaw hundreds of hours of animated TV projects.
Season 5 of the popular animated series kicks off with a musical special to help kids and their families address challenges and disappointments due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three new episodes of the Emmy Award-winning preschool series, each with two themed stories, will debut next Monday – Wednesday on PBS Kids.
Veteran PBS development executive responsible for hit shows like ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood’ will lead broadcaster’s multi-platform video content expansion.
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.
High-profile creator, producer and writer’s recently acquired Out of the Blue will be rebranded as 9 Story USA.
Fans can watch for new products featuring ‘Cuphead,’ Cartoon Network shows, ‘PJ Masks,’ ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,’ ‘Pablo,’ ‘Yu-Gi-Oh!,’ ‘Beylade Burst’ and more.
Children’s entertainment company introduces new name to position itself for continued strategic growth.
Companies worked together on hit preschool series ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood’ and ‘Creative Galaxy.’
Written by Becky Friedman and featuring music by The Roots, new ‘South Street Sounds’ animated series follows three friends growing up in the most musical of neighborhoods.
Marking the company’s first foray into original programming for mobile, new series of animated shorts was made in partnership with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s Curious World.