Canadian public broadcaster Kids’ CBC, Radical Sheep Productions and Mickey Rogers Media have entered into a development deal to produce an animated preschool series based on the children’s book The Boy Who Became What He Ate by Sheena Macrae from Storycake.
Cartoon Network has released a Powerpuff Girls-inspired game, entitled Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville!, on online gaming platform Steam that allows kids to play in either the original or modern art style of the 15-year-old TV show.
US adult-targeted network TLC is cooking up a brand-new line extension that will take Cake Boss products, based on the hit reality series, into the kids space for the first time. And a glance at Cake Boss’s latest co-viewership numbers tells you exactly why.
Adhering to its new upfront strategy, Cartoon Network has taken its presentations once again directly to where clients and promotional partners are, and the network is now preparing itself to better reach kids where they are through an expanded portfolio of platform-specific original content that includes series, specials, shorts, interstitials, games and apps – including a mobile micro-network that delivers 15-second clips.
Barcelona, Spain-based Planeta Junior and L.A.-based DreamWorks Animation have forged an extensive multi-year television agreement across Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece and Turkey.