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Sendokai Champions Wins with Kids

Laura García Ortega, the head of international sales and licensing at Nottingham Forest, talks with TV Kids Weekly about the action comedy series Sendokai Champions. Aimed at youngsters between the ages of 6 and 9, Sendokai Champions follows the adventures of four children who must save the Earth from an ...

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Rick Glankler

It was about five years ago that FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment (FMKFE) was established in the marketplace. The outfit has grown tremendously since then, with a number of hit properties that are now being built into full-fledged franchises. Rick Glankler, the executive VP and general manager of FremantleMedia Kids ...

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JCC Reaches Arab Children Across the World

Saad Saleh Al-Hudaifi, the acting executive general manager and director of channels at JCC, discusses the JeemTV, Baraem TV, Siwar and Taalam.TV offerings. A pan-Arab media organization, JCC is dedicated to providing Arab children with high-quality, innovative programs and content across multiple platforms. JCC also has many cultural and educational ...

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DreamWorksTV Taps into YouTube Generation

Featuring beloved characters such as Shrek, Puss in Boots and Kung Fu Panda as YouTube vloggers, DreamWorksTV made its debut earlier this summer as an original content destination geared toward families. The service combines DreamWorks Animation’s expertise in creating family entertainment brands and AwesomenessTV’s digital know-how to create a unique ...

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Mondo TV’s on a Mission

It has been almost 30 years since Mondo TV was founded with the aim of producing high-quality animated series for kids. The company is now home to a stable of internationally successful brands that have sold the world over. This includes both series for young girls and shows tailored for ...

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Channeling TV’s Youngest Viewers

Arik Kerman, the executive VP of programming and new media at BabyFirst, speaks about the commercial-free network for babies. Studies show that the first three years of life are an extremely important time for the development of the human brain. Catering to that vulnerable age group is BabyFirst, which prides ...

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Thunderbirds Flies High for ITVS GE

Trudi Hayward, the senior VP and director of global merchandising at ITV Studios Global Entertainment, discusses the licensing and merchandising plans for Thunderbirds Are Go!. During the 1960s, Thunderbirds took off in the U.K. as an action-packed sci-fi series created by Gerry Anderson. Set in the future, the show focused ...

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Olivier Dumont

Entertainment One (eOne) Family is dedicated to developing and producing quality entertainment for children, teens and their families. The company has had a huge hit with Peppa Pig, which has charmed young girls with the adventures of a lovable but somewhat bossy little pig for ten years. Olivier Dumont, the managing ...

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Flying to Retail

Properties with existing consumer awareness are still dominating the kids’ licensing and merchandising space. Parents are well familiar with the insistent “Will you buy that for me?” question with which their little loved ones plead for a toy, plush doll or game connected to a favorite movie or TV show. ...

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Daewon Media’s CEO Talks Strategy

Created by Masashi Tanaka, GON began its life as a popular comic-book series published by Japan’s Kodansha in 1992. The show, produced and distributed by the Korean outfit Daewon Media, features the adventures of a creature that resembles a dinosaur. Small but strong, the creature has unimaginable speed and power. ...

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