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Jungle Book series journeys to Canada, Korea

Animation, gaming and live action prodco DQ Entertainment has signed two exclusive broadcast agreements with Korea-based public broadcaster The Education Broadcasting System (EBS) and Canada-based Télé-Quebec for its home grown 3-D animated TV series The Jungle Book.
July 8, 2010

Animation, gaming and live action prodco DQ Entertainment has signed two exclusive broadcast agreements with Korea-based public broadcaster The Education Broadcasting System (EBS) and Canada-based Télé-Quebec for its home grown 3-D animated TV series The Jungle Book.

Under the deal, EBS has exclusive free-television rights to broadcast the 52 x 11-minute series in the Republic of Korea for three years.

On the Canadian front, Télé-Qubec has secured exclusive free-television rights to broadcast the series in French language (also titled Le Livre De La Jungle) in French-speaking régions.

The Jungle Book has been sold to the Disney multiplex of channels, ZDF TV Germany and German-speaking Europe, TF1 for France and French speaking Europe, Noga TV (Israel), Al Jazeera (Arabic states) and the BBC. Meanwhile, NBC-Universal has secured several territories globally for home video, sales and distribution.

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