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m4e acquires TV Loonland content library

Munich-based brand management and media company m4e AG has bought the back catalog of former TV Loonland AG out of the bankruptcy trust.
April 5, 2011

Munich-based brand management and media company m4e AG has bought the back catalog of former TV Loonland AG out of the bankruptcy trust. The rights package was purchased directly from the insolvency administrator by its subsidiary m4e Television GmbH and contains more than 1,400 episodes of animation and live-action programming, as well as 22 feature and short films.

Among the acquired series are The Cramp Twins, Babar (2D), Letters from Felix, Rudi & Trudi and Lion of Oz.

The acquisition takes m4e group’s rights portfolio to more than 900 hours of animation and live-action content. The national and international distribution will be handled by m4e and its subsidiary Telescreen B.V.

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