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Caterina Vacchi

Caterina Vacchi, the head of the production department and executive producer at Atlantyca Entertainment, talks to TV Kids about the latest developments at the company. TV KIDS: Tell me about Bat Pat. VACCHI: Bat Pat is our latest production. There are 52 11-minute episodes, which will be ready for fall ...

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Vince Commisso

This interview originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2013 issue of TV Kids. More than a decade ago, Vince Commisso co-founded 9 Story Entertainment as a high-quality animation producer. Today, the company that Commisso leads as president and CEO has produced more than 800 half-hours of kids’ content out of its ...

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Learning to Share

Driven by the desire to share risks and profits, producers and broadcasters are using co-production models to get shows made. From a very early age, children are told to share their toys and play together. If they master these skills, they could very well be qualified for the adult sharing ...

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Monica Candiani Talks Peppa Pig

Monica Candiani, the director of international sales for eOne Family, talks to TV Kids about their children's property Peppa Pig and its performance in Latin America. Entertainment One (eOne) Family is a company that produces, distributes and licenses recognized programming properties. One of its more well-known series is the animated ...

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TV Kids: 2013 Year in Review

TV Kids takes a look at the developments that happened in 2013 in the kids' sector. Digital platforms and OTT services made their mark on the kids' industry in a big way in 2013. While studies continue to show that linear viewing among children remains high, the iPad and other ...

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Jenny Buckland

This interview originally appeared in the MIPTV 2014 issue of TV Kids. Live-action children’s drama is one of the gaps in the kids’ landscape that Australian Children’s Television Foundation (ACTF) aims to fill, according to Jenny Buckland, the company’s CEO. ACTF has also recently become more involved in factual series, ...

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AwesomenessTV’s Brian Robbins

TV Kids recently spoke with Brian Robbins, the founder of AwesomenessTV, about creating content for the new generation, bringing the AwesomenessTV brand to linear television with a half-hour Nickelodeon series, and the opportunities he sees for mining DreamWorks Animation's deep library of IP. With almost a million subscribers and 200 ...

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Looking Through Toon Goggles

Stephen Hodge, the managing director of Toon Goggles, talks about creating a premier on-demand entertainment destination for children. It was about three years ago when the idea for Toon Goggles began brewing. The initial concept was to create a destination for cartoons from all over the world that wouldn't normally ...

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Oh Boy!

This article originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2013 issue of TV Kids. Boys’ action programming is a mainstay on a host of kids’ networks. The mantra in the movie business for some time now has been that the money is where the boys are, as summer after summer, the Hollywood ...

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ATF Kids’ Spotlight

Heading into the Asia TV Forum (ATF), TV Kids spoke to a range of distributors and producers about the appetite for kids' programming in Asia. The upcoming Asia TV Forum will, for the first time ever, feature a special Animation Lab. The three-day matchmaking platform is dedicated to Asian animation producers ...

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