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New UK-based kids agency enters the market

Ex-kids publishing exec Richard Scrivener is on the hunt for new clients for his new company, Creative Rights Agency.
October 1, 2009

Ex-kids publishing exec Richard Scrivener is on the hunt for new clients for his new company, Creative Rights Agency.

Specializing in managing kids IPs, in publishing, film/TV, interactive and licensing rights, CRA already has taken on The Templar Company as its first client and will handle its film, TV and merch rights. Kids properties include the Ology series and picture book series Robot City.

Scrivener is a former children’s division publishing director at Penguin, publisher at Scholastic UK and most recently served as commercial and operations director at Templar, working as a licensing agent repping such clients as Lucasfilm for Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

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