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With financing deal, Cyber Group Studios ramps up distribution activity

Paris-based indie producer and distributor Cyber Group Studios has signed a five-year financing agreement with France's Natixis Coficiné bank in effort to accelerate its distribution activities of third-party productions.
April 7, 2014

Paris-based indie producer and distributor Cyber Group Studios has signed a five-year financing agreement with France’s Natixis Coficiné bank in effort to accelerate its distribution activities of third-party productions.

Cyber Group Studios president Pierre Sissmann says the company intends to acquire between three and five series for distribution per year – across any genre – that has significant interest in place from a broadcaster.

With a catalog consisting of roughly 1,000 half-hours of HD animated TV series, covering  all segments from preschool to kids,  teens and family, Cyber Group Studios has grown over the last eight years into a producer and major distributor with more than 120 clients.

On top of its own productions, which include Zou, Mademoiselle Zazie and Mia, the company already distributes such series such as Animalia and Mini Ninjas.

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