Brand management and media company m4e has extended its partnership with publisher Panini Verlags until 2020 for its animated series, “Mia and me.”
German brand management company unveils plans to build three product programs around the globe.
m4e has acquired an additional 45 percent of the international rights to Rainbow’s animated series “Mia and me.”
Rainbow has signed a deal with the Southeast Asia Internet TV service iflix to broadcast four of its biggest series.
The dream of one young man, his passion for comics and creativity has evolved into one of the world’s largest licensors and animation studios.
Rainbow is highlighting its top brands including "Winx Club" and "Mia and me" at both the Bologna Licensing Trade Fair and the Bologna Children’s Book Fair this week.
The European indoor theme park Yumble has opened the doors of a new "Mia and me" attraction, inspired by the Hahn & m4e Productions TV series.
Family entertainment company Rainbow celebrated its 20th birthday this year at MIPJunior and MIPCOM, taking place now in Cannes, France.
Rainbow has appointed Earthbound to represent both Winx Club and Mia and Me throughout the U.S. for licensing in a move to grow its brands in America.
KreaKids, a division of Egmont Publishing, has launched the first-ever app for Rainbow’s “Mia and me” TV series.
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