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GO-N Productions Celebrates Tenth Birthday

The French outfit GO-N Productions was founded in 2004 by Eric Garnet and Anne de Galard with the aim of developing and producing animated kids’ shows that could be exploited across multiple platforms worldwide. Over the last decade, the company has managed to develop a number of high-quality original and ...

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ZDFE.junior’s Peter Lang on Kids’ Highlights

From the early years of ZDF Enterprises (ZDFE), a strong focus has been placed on the acquisition and sales of kids’ properties. Last year, the company reorganized its operations into four genre-focused divisions, placing all the children’s activities under one roof, ZDFE.junior. The company has become a well-known and established ...

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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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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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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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Rocket’s Island Takes Off

The live-action children’s series Rocket’s Island is set in the heart of the Isle of Man, surrounded by the Irish sea. It follows the adventures of the Boulsworth family: mom Sarah, dad Peter and children Alli and Rocket. Alongside running their farm, The Knot, the Boulsworths also take on foster ...

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Making a Splash

Mike Young and Nicolas Atlan, co-CEOs of Splash Entertainment, discuss the Moonscoop LLC rebranding and what’s next for the company. Earlier this year, Mike and Liz Young regained 100-percent ownership of Moonscoop LLC. Rebranding the children’s production house as Splash Entertainment, they brought in CEO and executive chairman Nicolas Atlan ...

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