Cyber Group Studios has reached new agreements with Sun TV Network to bring three of its animated series to India and Sri Lanka.
Through the acquisition, Sun TV will broadcast Tales of Tatonka, G-Fighters and Animalia on Chutti TV. All three shows are expected to begin airing on the channel before the end of the year. This deal marks the second time that Cyber Group Studios has partnered with Sun TV.
Raphaelle Mathieu, Cyber Group Studios’ senior VP of sales, acquisitions and new media, said: “India is a strategic market, and we are particularly proud to strengthen our collaboration with Sun TV by providing, for the second time, quality and entertaining programs for Sun TV’s demanding young audience. We are looking forward to developing this key partnership in the next future. We strongly believe Chutti TV will be a great place for our programs!”
Kavitha Jaubin, the kids cluster and content acquisition head at Sun Network, added: “The kids cluster of channels at Sun TV network has a reputation of providing an inimitable array of international content that makes every minute of TV viewing enjoyable for the little audience. Children never want to part ways with the concept of having fun, be it outdoor activities or education or entertainment. With a fine understanding of this common thread that unifies children, we have been meticulously knitting an entertainment blanket for them over the years. We at Sun Network embrace international content as much as we do locally produced content, by bringing the world to the living rooms of every household. The newest addition to the assortment is the recent acquisition from Cyber Group. The group, which has always been pro-active in showcasing content befitting the channel’s tone, has done it once again. We are placing faith in G-Fighters, Tales of Tatonka and Animalia, which has it all—action, adventure and, most importantly, entertainment. We are as excited as our little audience as we unwrap the brand-new titles on our channels shortly!”