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Demanding Kids

On-demand and streaming platforms have become major players in the kids’ business. The rapid rollout of OTT and VOD platforms is transforming the international kids’ TV business—for the better. Just when it appeared as though the U.S. studios had established a stranglehold on the sector, a wave of new players ...

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#Trending

This article originally appeared in the NATPE 2015 issue of TV Kids. TV Kids surveys the latest trends in kids’ content distribution. A number of year-end reports have confirmed what those in the children’s TV business have long seen coming: viewing habits are changing, especially for kids. As young ones increasingly ...

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Asian Playground

This article originally appeared in the ATF 2014 issue of TV AsiaPac. While the markets across the Asia Pacific are certainly diverse, their children’s programming needs are strikingly similar and differ little from what broadcasters all over the world are looking for. Known brands and shows that can make young ...

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Brit Kids

This article originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2014 issue of TV Kids. A look at the latest developments in the U.K.’s children’s content market. As with many kids’ TV markets around the world, how you assess the health of the British industry depends on whether you analyze the broadcast side ...

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Girl Power

This article originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2014 issue of TV Kids. Producers and distributors are beginning to address the gap in the market for top-quality content aimed at girl audiences. The news that The Powerpuff Girls will return to Cartoon Network in 2016 after an absence of more than ...

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Shop Until You Drop

This article originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2014 issue of TV Kids. Andy Fry surveys a number of top programmers about their acquisition wish lists. Once again, executives in the children’s television business from around the world are jetting into MIP Junior and MIPCOM for a few days (and nights) ...

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Asian Playground

There’s a diverse mix of children’s series being sold into, and out of, the Asia Pacific. While the markets across the Asia Pacific are certainly diverse, their children’s programming needs are strikingly similar and differ little from what broadcasters all over the world are looking for. Known brands and shows ...

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BLE Preview: Toy Stories

Ahead of Brand Licensing Europe (BLE), which takes place October 7 to 9, Kristin Brzoznowski surveys the latest trends in the children’s licensing and merchandising business. If you’ve ever gone toy shopping with children, you know well how their eyes light up the minute they notice one of their favorite ...

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