Super RTL and Disney Channel in Germany have each acquired 39 half-hour episodes of GirlStuff/BoyStuff for broadcast, World Screen News reports. The animated series is co-produced by DECODE Entertainment, Agogo Entertainment and Animage Films.
Spain’s Radio Televisión Castilla-La Mancha has picked up Kong and Kumba Park for broadcast, World Screen News reports. Separately, World Screen also reports that Spain’s Edebé Group and Tiburón TV have begun offering The Edebits to international broadcasters.
South Africa’s DStv will add the Boomerang classic animation channel to its lineup on March 1, World Screen News reports. The service is available in South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Mozambique, Malawi, Swaziland, Lesotho and Southern Angola.
Warner Home Video will release Kong: King of Atlantis to DVD under a worldwide distribution deal with producer BKN International, according to World Screen News. The DVD will be released in the fall to coincide with the release of Peter Jackson’s feature film King Kong. World Screen Daily also reports that BKN will co-produce the […]
Cartoon Network’s European channels have picked up the rights to the new Transformers Cybertron cartoon, tformers.com reports. The series will air in the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, France, Poland, Hungary, Romania and Scandinavia.
Braceface will head to Poland and Denmark via deals with Canal+ Cyfrowy and DRTV, <a href="http://www.worldscreen.com/newscurrent.php?filename=nelvana127.htm” target=”_blank”>World Screen News reports. The Polish channel has picked up the first 26 episodes of the series while the Danish channel has ordered an additional 13 to the ones it currently airs.
Imagine Entertainment will distribute four IDT/Mainframe titles to home video in Australia and New Zealand, according to World Screen News. The titles include Inspector Gadget’s Biggest Caper Ever: The Case of the Giant Flying Lizard, Popeye’s Voyage: The Quest for Pappy and two feature-length ReBoot movies.
Cartoon Network Latin America has picked up regional rights to three animated series from Cookie Jar Entertainment, World Screen News reports. The deal renews Cartoon Network’s rights to The Little Lulu Show and adds Arthur and Mona the Vampire to the package. Separately, World Screen News also says that Hola Entertainment will represent Atomic Betty […]