Posts Tagged ‘Geneon’
Cromosoma has sold Triplet Babies, a spinoff of its Triplets series to Canal J and France 5, C21 Media reports. The original Triplets has been renewed in Iceland, Greece, Portugal, Slovenia, and other territories.
Cartoon Network India is adding new homegrown original series. Additionally, Beyblade is set to make its Indian debut on Cartoon Network India’s Toonami block. AgencyFAQs.com has more information. (via William C. Maune)
AAP reports on the downsizing of Disney’s animation studios in Sydney.
* Nickelodeon UK has picked up rights to King Arthur’s Disasters. The series will debut in 2006 (World Screen News). * The UK’s GMTV will launch A.T.O.M. Alpha Teens on Machines in September during its Toonattik programming block (World Screen News). * Buena Vista International Television has sold W.I.T.C.H. to thirteen European broadcasters, covering markets […]
Cartoon Network has signed on as co-producer of Moonscoop’s Fantastic Four animated action-comedy series, AWN reports, and has also picked the worldwide broadcast rights outside of the U.S. Marvel is distributing in the U.S. and M6 has bought the French broadcast rights.
There’s lots of international licensing and news today. Highlights: * France 2 has commissioned twenty-six new half-hour episodes of Delta State (AWN). * Nelvana has picked up global distribution rights, excluding certain territories, to Being Ian (World Screen). * MNET South Africa has licensed the animated TV/web series Odd Job Jack (World Screen). * Broadcasters […]
MTV Networks Europe will take Nickelodeon to German television on September 12, the company said today. The locally managed and programmed channel will be available to 28.6 million households [Source: Viacom]
Nelvana has signed a multi-show sales agreement giving Cartoon Network Latin America a package of animated series, including Max & Ruby, The Berenstain Bears, Pecola, 6teen, Delta State, Clone High and Bob & Margaret. [Source: Corus Entertainment]
Nibs Dearsley has been named marketing director of the Turner UK channels Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Toonami, Media Bulletin reports. Dearsley joins the company from Jetix.
Jay Jay the Jet Plane will begin airing in June of this year on IETV in Israel and will be broadcast nationwide on terrestrial Channel 1 and cable Channel 23, AWN reports.