With several new content initiatives, Cartoon Network Enterprises is poised to offer a broader portfolio and more opportunitites in licensing and events.
Boat Rocker Rights, Boat Rocker Media’s content distribution, sales and licensing division, has entered a long-term co-production and worldwide distribution deal with Mobius.Lab Productions.
Fox Interactive and TinyCo have revealed the development of “Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow,” a new game for mobile devices.
Disney Channel has made an early commitment to a second season of “Tangled: The Series” ahead of the series’ launch.
Polyblank Designs has partnered with Cuppa Coffee Studios to develop a new animated series inspired by the Pets Rock brand.
Toy and apparel company Super7 has teamed up with Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, the studio behind “Robot Chicken,” to create a new animated television series based on Super7’s toy line The Worst.
Zag, Method and Planeta Junior have joined forces on the development of five upcoming animated TV series under the Zag Heroez label.
Nelvana, in association with Kids Can Press, is set to begin production on The Most Magnificent Thing, a special 22-minute short film based on Ashley Spires’ picture book of the same name.
WildBrain has appointed Will Mahmood to the newly created position of head of strategy.
Cartoon Network and Cryptozoic Entertainment have partnered a pair of new tabletop games based on Adult Swim animated series “Rick and Morty.”
Toei Animation and Funimation Entertainment have secured a variety of apparel licensees for the new “Dragon Ball Super” and original “Dragon Ball Z” anime series.
YouTube and music star Megan Nicole will guest star in an upcoming episode of “Popples,” a Netflix original series based on Saban Brands’ toy line.
Hoho Rights, the commercial arm of Hoho Entertainment, has signed new international TV and SVOD sales for “Cloudbabies” and “Everybody Loves a Moose.”
Viacom International Media Networks has secured multiple sales around the world for several of its recent Nickelodeon shows.
Dutch broadcaster RTL 7 will launch a new boys' programming block, B.O.Z., every morning for boys, ages 8 and older, and their fathers to experience adventurous programs together.
Spacetoon, the free-to-air kids’ channel that broadcasts in Arabic to 22 countries, has inked a number of major broadcast and licensing deals.
Nickelodeon has secured 15 new U.K. partners for its preschool series “Blaze and the Monster Machines.”
DHX Media and CBeebies will produce a second season of the re-booted “Teletubbies” series.
Mattel Creations, Mattel’s new content division arm, has unveiled a new 60-minute, feature-length special for “Fireman Sam,” as well as new international deals for “Bob the Builder.”
AMC has teamed with video game publisher Versus Evil to launch the “Fear the Walking Dead: Dead Run” mobile game.
Comedy Central Latin America has partnered with TV Azteca to co-produce a Latin American adaption of “Lip Sync Battle.”
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