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Discovery Kids takes Jelly Jamm to Latin America

Discovery Kids has picked up the Latin American pay-TV broadcasting rights for Jelly Jamm, the new CGI-animated musical series from Spanish prodcos Vodka Capital and 737 Shaker and pubcaster RTVE (Radio Television Española).
December 15, 2010

Discovery Kids has picked up the Latin American pay-TV broadcasting rights for Jelly Jamm, the new CGI-animated musical series from Spanish prodcos Vodka Capital and 737 Shaker and pubcaster RTVE (Radio Television Española).

The 52 x 11-minute series, aimed at four-to six year-olds, follows the adventures of five friends who live in harmony on the musical planet Jammbo, where all music in the universe originates.

Other Jelly Jamm deals include Turner taking EMEA pay-TV and licensing rights and a Euro master toy deal with Bandai. Jelly Jamm will launch in 2011 in more than 150 countries.

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