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TV Kids: 2015 Year in Review

The kids’ programming business has been evolving at a rapid clip, and in 2015, digital continued to be top of mind for children’s content creators, distributors and buyers alike. Broad-targeted, global OTT services like Netflix and Amazon were not only acquiring new kids’ product, but also commissioning original children’s programming. ...

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MIPJunior & MIPCOM: The Week in Kids

TV Kids takes a look at the activities in the children’s programming sector from the recent MIPJunior and MIPCOM. The weekend before the official MIPCOM kickoff, MIPJunior welcomed 590 buyers among its 1,400 delegates. The first day of the event saw a packed keynote address from Stephen Davis, the chief ...

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TV Kids: 2014 Year in Review

The latest kids’ programming trend is that what’s old is new again: 2014 had a slew of announcements about reboots of classic shows, coming back to enthrall a new generation of fans. Teletubbies is being redone in live action with CGI elements. Cartoon Network is reviving The Powerpuff Girls. CBBC ...

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