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Ameba Adds New Titles to Platform


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The kids’ entertainment streaming platform Ameba has added more than 3,500 new programs to its catalog, available now throughout North America.

New titles on Ameba from Dandelooo include Chico Chica Boumba, Kiwi, Little Houdini, Ribbit’s Fantasy Riddles and The Treehouse Stories. Among the Sparky Animation content joining the platform are episodes of Jack, Mr. Moon and One Stormy Night. From One Animation, Antiks, Insectibles, Oddbods and Rob the Robot are now available.

Paul Louis Miller’s Jelly Bean Jungle, Media IM’s Sunny Bunnies and Boat Rocker titles Rollbots, Stella & Sam and Strange Hill High have also been acquired for Ameba. Kids First’s Marblegen, Max & Maestro, Nate is Late and Rocky Kwaterner; Magic2media’s Bitziboos, Ha Ha Hairies, Katya and the Nutcracker, My Magic Theater and Spider!; and Dog Years’s Dog Years are among the platform’s new additions as well.

Further, there’s additional content from Zeptolab (more Om Nom), Brightermoon (more movies), Outfit7 (more Talking Tom) and Nelvana.

Tony Havelka, CEO of Ameba, said: “We work hard on cultivating successful relationships with our distributors and producers. Our partners, new and existing, quickly see the benefits of expanding their programming reach to a much broader audience; connecting with a whole new group of young viewers while finding a valuable additional revenue source.”






About Chelsea Regan

Chelsea Regan is the managing editor of World Screen. She can be reached at cregan@worldscreen.com.

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