As the topic of girls becoming more immersed in STEM-related media gains more relevance, Genius Brands International has announced the production of a new female-led science-themed animated series, Thomas Edison’s Secret Lab.
Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time series is adding more partners to its licensing program, this time in the apparel and accessories categories.
Following the ongoing trend of making channel surfing easier for tech-savvy kids, AT&T Labs has launched U-verse KIDS!, a new US-based app for use by parents with their children that features kid-appropriate remote control functions and TV channels.
As this generation grows up never having to wait to watch their favorite shows, new research from Tennessee-based youth and family research firm Smarty Pants delves into the effect of Netflix, YouTube and Hulu on US children’s viewing habits – and where established kidnets have an opportunity to gain some more ground.
A number of international TV and digital platform deals have been forged by Toronto, Canada-based marblemedia’s Distribution360 for its kids and youth programming catalog. The company has also sold six titles to Learn360, a media-on-demand service that distributes content to educational institutions across North America.
Disney Channels Latin America and EMEA are adding a third season as well as a 90-minute concert special to the teen-skewing telenovela Violetta.