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Distribution360 sells eight kids properties to TV and digital platforms

A number of international TV and digital platform deals have been forged by Toronto, Canada-based marblemedia's Distribution360 for its kids and youth programming catalog. The company has also sold six titles to Learn360, a media-on-demand service that distributes content to educational institutions across North America.
February 18, 2014

A number of international TV and digital platform deals have been forged by Toronto, Canada-based marblemedia’s Distribution360 for its kids and youth programming catalog. The company has also sold six titles to Learn360, a media-on-demand service that distributes content to educational institutions across North America.

Among its kids and youth titles, Distribution 360 has sold 56 x six-minute episodes and 13 x 30-minute episodes of This is Scarlett and Isaiah to TVNZ (New Zealand) and Learn360 (North America). This is Emily Yeung (65 x six-minute episodes/two x 30-minute specials) has sold to Ameba (North America), SpiritClips (North America) and Learn360 (North America), and rounding off the This Is franchise sales is This is Daniel Cook (131 x six-minute episodes/26 x 30 minute episodes, pictured), which heads to new streaming service batteryPOP (North America) through an agreement with VideoElephant, as well as SpiritClips (North America) and Learn360 (North America).

The flash-animated series Bruno and the Banana Bunch from Cuppa Coffee Studios  (26 x 11 minute episodes/50 x one-minute episodes) has sold to QMI Contents for TVA’s SVOD kids service (French Canada), TrueVisions (Thailand) and whyj contents (Korea). Also produced by Cuppa Coffee Studios, in collaboration with TVOKids, Tigga and Togga (26 x three minutes) will air on Hop! In Israel and on TrueVisions in Thailand.

Meanwhile, marblemedia, CBBC, ABC3 and YTV’s Splatalot continues to expand internationally, with 52 x 30-minute episodes of the physical game show heading to Ypsilon Films (Spain).

Skatoony  (39 x 30-minute episodes in English/French) has sold to new online platform Viddiverse (US) and Learn360 (North America), while

Lastly, Deafplanet.com, produced by marblemedia in association with the Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf, has been sold to Learn360 (North America).

About The Author
Wendy is Kidscreen’s Associate Editor. When she’s not sourcing material for the brand's daily email newsletter, she’s researching, writing and connecting with others about the newest trends in digital media. Contact Wendy at wgoldman@brunico.com.

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