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With a portfolio of print and online assets, World Screen provides the most comprehensive array of resources for the children’s entertainment business, from what’s in development at leading channels to the latest trends in acquisitions to what’s hot in the licensing and merchandising sector. These assets are excellent vehicles for your company to reach content decision-makers and licensing agents across the globe, in both English and Spanish.

1. TV Kids

A magazine completely devoted to the business of children’s programming production, distribution and merchandising. TV Kids is published four times a year, for NATPE; MIPTV and the International Emmy Kids Awards; Licensing Expo and NATPE Budapest; and Brand Licensing Europe, MIPJunior and MIPCOM. Also a digital edition sent out to 35,000 executives a week before the markets.

2. TV Niños

Our kids’ programming magazine in Spanish is produced twice a year for the two largest markets for Latin American content buyers: NATPE and the L.A. Screenings. Also a digital edition sent to 10,000 executives a week before the markets.

TV Kids and TV Niños provide your ad with double exposure, worldwide distribution, superior printing and maximum impact.

3. TV Kids Guide

The only portable annual reference book for the international children’s programming industry. This guide is available at MIPCOM and MIPJunior. It is also mailed to 4,000 programming decision-makers and licensing executives throughout the world. Also a digital edition sent to 35,000 executives before the market.

Advertisers receive a full page of information opposite their ad, featuring contact details, top ten properties and a company statement. Also, each profile that appears in the guide runs in TV Kids Weekly.

4. TV Kids Daily

***TV Kids Weekly***This online daily newsletter, reaching about 25,000 executives every day, provides updates on the children’s media business, including news about the latest shows, sales deals, licensing and merchandising trends, developments in digital media and more.

Advertising options in this newsletter include banners and towers.

5. TV Kids Weekly

***TV Kids Weekly***This online weekly newsletter devoted to kids’ programming and merchandising reaches about 25,000 executives every Friday. This service offers profiles of individual properties, channels and companies; video interviews with leading executives in the business; trend pieces and the top five kids’ news stories of the week.

Advertising options in this newsletter include banners, skyscrapers and embedded ads.

6. TV Niños Semanal

***TV Niños Semanal***This online weekly newsletter in Spanish, exclusively devoted to kids’ programming and merchandising, is sent to about 8,000 executives every Monday.

Advertising options in this newsletter include banners, skyscrapers and embedded ads.


***TV Kids Website***This stand-alone website serves as a one-stop shop for executives seeking the latest information on news from the kids’ programming market. The home page also features video clips of new kids’ shows, as well as a range of other resources, including interviews with key players in the industry, property profiles and more.

Ad placements for your targeted message include banners, expandable banners, towers, embedded ads and more.

8. TV Kids Preview

This multimedia service provides an in-depth video report, articles and interviews and a range of other resources. The sponsor of the Preview receives a banner and a featured video clip. The preview is sent to 35,000 executives a week before the markets.

9. Screening Rooms

Advertisers receive their own Screening Room delivering detailed information and video clips for a range of new preschool, kids’ and tween titles being showcased at the markets.

What leading executives are saying about us…

“A name that stands for quality and market leadership isn’t something which just happens. It takes the highest effort and professionalism. Super RTL is the number one European children’s broadcaster. World Screen is the leader in its field.”
—Claude Schmit
CEO, Super RTL, Germany


“I look to World Screen for news on trends and developments in the entertainment industry. Its unbiased, timely and accurate reporting is a great resource for my business and ensures that we are always up to speed on the latest news and analysis.”
—Haim Saban
Chairman and CEO, Saban Capital Group, U.S.A.


“Thank you, World Screen, for regularly providing me with excellent articles on international media topics. For me, World Screen is an important means of information—well structured and reader oriented.”
—Gerhard Zeiler
President, Turner International, U.K.


“The international television market is a vital component of our growing entertainment business. Your user-friendly format, grasp of the day’s vital news from every key territory and insightful perspective make World Screen a must read.”
—Brian Goldner
Chairman and CEO, Hasbro, U.S.A.


World Screen makes my job a little easier.”
—Michael Carrington
Head, Children’s and Education, ABC, Australia


“There are just a few newsletters which I read daily. World Screen Newsflash is definitely one!”
—Sebastian Debertin
Head, Fiction, Acquisitions and Co-Productions, KiKA, Germany


“In its editorial quality and its design choices, World Screen acknowledges the work of audiovisual professionals worldwide. We are proud to be working hand in hand with trust and friendship. World Screen and TV Kids are real creativity boosters that constantly challenge the team at Lagardère’s TV channels.”
—Caroline Cochaux
Managing Director, France and International, Lagardère Active TV and CEO, Gulli, France


“Entertainment One teams across the globe read World Screen to get a comprehensive view of our vibrant international industry. World Screenis certainly one of the most well-written and dependable media magazines out there.”
—Darren Throop
President and CEO, Entertainment One, Canada


World Screen keeps me appraised on the constant changes in the global television arena and provides an insight to major worldwide industry trends that I weigh in my daily decision-making process.”
—Diego Lerner
President, EMEA, The Walt Disney Company, U.K.


“Our one-page advertisement in World Screen received immediate and direct sales enquiries in the few days before MIPTV from buyers we didn’t know, which we were able to translate into concrete sales during the market. You can’t ask for much more than that.”
—Genevieve Dexter
CEO, Serious Lunch, U.K.


41 Entertainment
4K Media
9 Story Media Group
ABC Commercial
Aether Entertainment
Ameba TV
American Greetings Entertainment
Anima Kitchent
Animasia Studio
Animation from Spain
APC Kids
Atlantyca Entertainment
Australian Children’s TV Foundation
BabyFirst TV
BBC Worldwide
beIN Media Group
Bejuba! Entertainment
Beyond Distribution
Boomerang TV International
Brand Licensing Europe
Branscome International
BRB Internacional
Breakthrough Entertainment
Calm Island Co., Ltd.
Cartoon Network
Cisneros Media Distribution
Creative Media Partners
Cyber Group Studios
Daewon Media
Dentsu Entertainment
DHX Media
Discovery Kids
Disney Media Distribution
DQ Entertainment International
DreamWorks Animation
Dusyeri Animation Studios
Edebé Audiovisual
Entertainment One Family
Escapade Media
European Television Service
Federation Kids & Family
Foothill Entertainment
Fred Media
FremantleMedia Kids & Family
Genius Brands International
GO-N Productions
Green Gold Animation
Gruppo Alcuni
Guru Studio
Hari International
Hasbro Studios
Hoho Rights
Horizon Film
HTC Productions
Imira Entertainment
INK Global
ITV Studios Global Ent.
Jetpack Distribution
The Jim Henson Company
Lacey Entertainment
Lawless Entertainment
Licensing Expo
MarVista Entertainment
Mediatoon Distribution
Mondo TV
Motion Pictures
Neptuno Films
Nottingham Forest Media
NPO Sales
PGS Entertainment
Planeta Junior
Portfolio Entertainment
RCN Television
Rose Entertainment
Saban Brands
SAMG Animation
Sato Co.
Scholastic Media
Serious Lunch
Sesame Workshop
Shaftesbury Films
Silver Wolf International
Sinking Ship Entertainment
Sixteen South
Smilehood Media
SPI International
Splash Entertainment
Studio 100 Media
Televix Entertainment
Those Licensing People
TM International
Toei Animation
Toonzone Studios
Toon Goggles
Toonz Entertainment
Tsuburaya Productions
Twofour Rights
Viacom Intl. Media Networks
Warner Bros. Intl. Television
WDR mediagroup
Xilam Animation
ZDF Enterprises
Zodiak Kids