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PARIS: DIC Entertainment has gone back to its French roots with an investment in a new full-service animation studio in Paris. Les Studios Tex, headed by Daniel Schwall, will christen the studio with Tex Avery Theater a group of 52 half-hours...
June 1, 1997

PARIS: DIC Entertainment has gone back to its French roots with an investment in a new full-service animation studio in Paris. Les Studios Tex, headed by Daniel Schwall, will christen the studio with Tex Avery Theater a group of 52 half-hours scheduled to air this fall under the name The Wacky World of Tex Avery co-produced by DIC, France-based Telcima SA and French broadcaster M6.

-Canal J celebrates the old and new

PARIS: Canal J’s Regarde le monde (Watch the World), the only children’s current affairs program on French TV, recently celebrated its fifth anniversary. The 15-minute program, hosted by a journalist, endeavors to explain domestic and world events to kids through debates and reports. Each week, a personality in the news is invited, and 15 children age 10 to 12 discuss a theme.

Canal J has also launched a new Web site (www.club-internet.fr/canalj). The site, created in partnership with the Grolier Studio, a Lagardère Group subsidiary, is divided into color-coded sections for kids (red), teachers (green) and parents (blue).

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