It looks like Matt Hatter Chronicles will be flying the friendly skies this spring and summer. KidsCo recently picked up the boys series for its Syfy Kids block, and now British Airways and United Emirates have followed suit to freshen up their in-flight TV packages.
D3Publisher has just added Regular Show to its roster of Cartoon Network video game licenses, which already includes Ben 10 and Adventure Time.
TV, animation and video game producer Curios Pictures is joining forces – both financially and creatively – with PlaySquare, creator of the Touchable Television concept for tablets.
A new multiplatform preschool property from Greg Lynn’s Adrenalynn Entertainment made its debut at MIPTV today. Airside Andy marks Lynn’s first preschool venture since departing from Chapman Entertainment in July 2011.
Canadian net YTV is feeding its tween digital market with the acquisition of two live-action digital comedy series from Shaftesbury Films’ digital media division Smokebomb Entertainment.
Rovio Entertainment, the Finnish company behind the Angry Birds franchise, doubled its revenues in 2012 to the tune of US$195.6 million thanks to growth in gaming and consumer product sales. The latter now accounts for 45% of the company’s total sales.
Jack Daley has been named VP of consumer marketing for Nickelodeon Group, where he will oversee marketing strategies and ad planning for special events and series as well as lead acquisition efforts in support of the company’s mobile app and digital gaming businesses.
Following the recent news of its content partnership with Nabi Jr. tablets, Nickelodeon is expanding its video presence on the LeapFrog platform in France, Belgium and Switzerland. On the TV front, Nickelodeon has signed new animation and live-action TV deals within Northern Europe.
The 2014 launch of Summertime Entertainment’s 3D-animated film Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return is being preceded by a virtual world that features multiplayer games, 30 story quests and more than 1,000 collectible items.