Posts Tagged ‘Geneon’
Postman Pat will join the ‘È Domenica Papà’ bloc of kid programming on Italy’s Rai 3, c21 Media reports.
Buena Vista International Television has licensed a selection of Jetix Europe’s programming to Poland’s Polsat, including Power Rangers DinoThunder, Sonic X, and W.I.T.C.H., C21Media reports. The programs will air during a Jetix-branded block on the Polish network.
Cartoon Network Latin America will add five DECODE Entertainment series to its lineup, including Bromwell High, Franny’s Feet, Undergrads, King and the second season of Girl Stuff/Boy Stuff, World Screen reports.
Sony’s all-anime channel Animax will launch in Latin America in July, World Screen reports. The channel will be distributed by HBO Latin America Group.
Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks has been picked up by Denmark’s DR and Finland’s YLE for broadcast later this year, c21 Media reports.
Broadcast design company CA Square has completed a network package for the Toon Disney channels in both Europe and the Middle East. AWN has details.
Cartoon Network has established an office in Singapore, World Screen reports, which the network hopes will help to increase its advertising sales, sponsorships, and promotions across Southeast Asia. Karen Tan, account manager of advertising sales for Cartoon Network, will be based in the new office.
Discovery Kids and Jetix Europe have ordered 13 new episodes of PorchLight Entertainment’s Emmy award-winning animated series Tutenstein, AWN reports. The series, combining ancient Egyptian mythology with contemporary, urban humor and attitude, currently airs in the U.S. on the Discovery Kids channel and the Discovery Kids Saturday morning block on NBC.
Germany’s KIKA has bought fifty-two 11-minute episodes of The Secret World of Benjamin Bear, World Screen reports. The deal puts the Amberwood Entertainment show in every major European territory.
VIZ Media and Frito Lay will partner to promote MegaManNT Warrior in the European market, the companies said today. The promotional effort will run through the spring of 2006. [Source: VIZ Media]