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Splash inks more digital deals

L.A.-based Splash Entertainment has secured three new distribution deals that will send a number of its popular animated titles to digital outlets worldwide, including US streaming service Hulu.
July 24, 2015

L.A.-based Splash Entertainment has secured three new distribution deals that will send a number of its popular animated titles to digital outlets worldwide, including US streaming service Hulu.

Seasons one and two (52 x half hours) of Hero: 108, season two of 52 x 11-minute preschool series Dive Olly Dive, and 26 half hours of The DaVincibles are now available to stream on Hulu and more yet-to-be announced titles will be added through the deal.

In another agreement, Czech Republic’s Urania has snapped up the 52 x 11-minute first seasons of preschool shows Chloe’s Closet and Dive Olly Dive, as well as the 26 x half-hour first season of Gasp for its children’s VOD platform.

And rounding out the activity, France-headquartered digital content provider Mobibase has acquired the same titles, along with Dive Olly Dive season two, 26 half hours of Cosmic Quantum Ray, Growing Up Creepie, I Got A Rocket, Pet Alien season one and 39 half hours of Mixmaster: King of Cards.

Mobibase provides video content for linear channels and on-demand platforms including mobile TV, IPTV and OTT services. Among its international clients are Kuwait’s AiwaGulf & Universal Watch, France’s Neomobile, U.A.E.’s TMT Connekt and WatchAfrica.

The latest deals for Splash follow closely after its first-ever deal with US satellite provider DISH, which acquired five animated series from the prodco’s library.

About The Author
Jeremy is the Features Editor of Kidscreen specializing in the content production, broadcasting and distribution aspects of the global children's entertainment industry. Contact Jeremy at jdickson@brunico.com.

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