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Super RTL Tapped as Licensing Agent for Dino Ranch


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Boat Rocker Studios has appointed Super RTL to represent the licensing in select European territories for the preschool show Dino Ranch.

Super RTL will be the exclusive licensing agent for Dino Ranch in the GAS countries of Germany, Austria and Switzerland plus France, Belgium and Luxemburg. Super RTL is actively looking for additional partners across all consumer-products categories to join forces with Jazwares as global master toy partner and Scholastic as global publishing partner for English-speaking markets.

In Germany, Dino Ranch will air on the free-to-air kids’ channel Super RTL from Q1 2022, and it will also air on their time-shift kids’ channel TOGGO Plus. In France, the series launches on M6 Group’s channel bouquet (Gulli, M6, TiJi) in Q3 2021. It will also be available on Gulli AFRICA in 22 French-speaking African countries.

Boat Rocker Studios also announced a raft of new licensees signed in Europe, including GBG (Global Brands Group) for nightwear and daywear in the U.K. and Eire; Ravensburger for puzzles and games in the U.K. and Eire, France, Iberia, Italy, GAS, CEE and the Nordics; Character World for bedding, curtains, cushions and bean cubes and bags in the U.K. and Eire; and Immediate Magazine for a standalone magazine in the U.K. and Eire.

Kate Schlomann, executive VP of brand management and content marketing at Boat Rocker Media, said: “We’re delighted to announce that Super RTL is taking the reins for Dino Ranch licensing in these key territories. With their impressive track record and the huge appeal of our unique and exciting new show, we’re confident they’ll soon be corralling a whole herd of fantastic new licensees across multiple categories. We’re also thrilled to collaborate with GBG, Ravensburger, Character World and Immediate Magazines to develop a host of best-in-class products that will appeal to kids and parents alike.”






About Kristin Brzoznowski

Kristin Brzoznowski is the executive editor of World Screen. She can be reached at kbrzoznowski@worldscreen.com.

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