Ahead of his presentation at next week’s iKids conference in Miami, Cartoon Network Digital’s senior director of user experience Beau Teague talks with us about the design and strategy for Cartoon Network Anything, the industry’s first micro-network app.
From the mag: How Cirque du Soleil Média and Saban Brands are making the impossible possible with the first Cirque-inspired kids property, Luna Petunia.
New London-based distribution company Jetpack Distribution, headed up by Disney alum Dominic Gardiner, has inked deals with producers in Australasia for the exclusive global distribution rights to two kids shows, Heart and Soul and The Moe Show (pictured).
Viacom is restructuring its three domestic network groups – MTV Networks Music & Logo Group, Media Networks Entertainment Group and Kids & Family Group – into two organizations under separate leadership. (Pictured, L-R: Doug Herzog, Cyma Zarghami)
Spanish toyco Famosa has secured a deal with Madrid’s Anima Kitchent, a new prodco incorporated by Mexico’s Anima Estudios, to turn its popular mini-doll brand Pinypon into an animated TV series for girls ages six to eight.