The anime series ‘Yo-Kai Watch’ has taken Japan by storm. Now the brand is looking west, with plans to launch across Europe, the Americas and Australia/New Zealand.
Entertainment One Family's BAFTA and Emmy award-winning series "Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom" will make its U.S. debut on Nick Jr. today.
Penguin has taken the all-language, global publishing rights for the upcoming new CBeebies series "Go Jetters," which is set to air this fall.
Men’s accessories company Cufflinks has collaborated with Lucasfilm and DC Comics to create a boys' neckwear collection.
Activision and Tag Games have released the new hidden object mobile game “Downton Abbey: Mysteries of the Manor,” based on the British TV series.
BBC Three has commissioned "Class," a new 8x45 "Doctor Who" spin-off geared at young adults.
Studio 100 has concluded a co-production and distribution agreement with EuropaCorp Television for the new CGI animation "Arthur and the Minimoys."
Disney Junior has acquired UYoung and Little Airplane Productions’ new preschool comedy series "P. King Duckling" (52 x 11) for several of its global territories.
NBCUniversal International Formats has sold its hit unscripted format "Top Chef" to Discovery Italia’s free-to-air channel Deejay.
Planeta Junior is presenting three of its top series this year at MIPJunior.
HTC Productions will unveil its animated series, “Hank the Cowdog,” based on the successful book franchise of the same name, at MIPJunior.
Knockout Licensing has renewed and extended several deals with key licensees for the TV series “Downton Abbey."
DHX Brands has unveiled the new preschool series "Twirlywoos," commissioned by CBeebies and being produced by DHX Media and Ragdoll Productions.
Turner Broadcasting has promoted Pierre Branco as vice president of Southern Europe and Africa and general manager for France, Portugal and Africa.
Nickelodeon has ordered a 20-episode second season of the new preschool series “Dora and Friends: Into the City!”
Family entertainment company Rainbow celebrated its 20th birthday this year at MIPJunior and MIPCOM, taking place now in Cannes, France.
Mercis and Telescreen (part of the m4e group of companies) have sold the TV series “Miffy’s Adventures Big and Small” to ABC4Kids and Dutch public broadcaster KRO.
FremantleMedia has appointed Samantha Glynne as vice president of branded entertainment in its Digital & Branded Entertainment Division.
British animation company Smallfilms and its licensing agent Coolabi have launched the first official licensed Bagpuss game app.
Studio 100 Film and Maya the Bee will buzz into the North American market.
Nickelodeon and Playmates Toys will launch new Teenage Mutant Ninjas Turtles action figures, of the characters Bebop and Rocksteady, exclusively at Walmart this month.
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