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Decode ships Poko to international markets

Toronto, Canada's Decode Enterprises has scored a host of international deals for the award-winning stop-motion preschool series Poko.
November 7, 2007

Toronto, Canada’s Decode Enterprises has scored a host of international deals for the award-winning stop-motion preschool series Poko.

Italy’s RaiSat has scooped up 109 eps, while Polmedia’s Mini Mini cable and satellite channel has licensed 26. In Turkey, digital broadcasting platform DigiTurk picked up season three of the series and renewed the license for seasons one and two.

Additionally, Hong Kong’s ATV has earmarked series one and two for its Kids-Talk-Talk channel, and Pacific Bridge has obtained home video rights for Korea. In Australia, ABC2 bought season two.

Poko is produced by fellow DHX company Halifax Film, and is currently in its third season on CBC in Canada.

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Gary Rusak is a freelance writer based in Toronto. He has covered the kids entertainment industry for the last decade with a special interest in licensing, retail and consumer products. You can reach him at garyrusak@gmail.com

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