Articles Tagged ‘Annoying Orange’
The YouTube home to the popular Annoying Orange online series is readying itself for more animated kids and tween content, as brand creator Dane Bodeigheimer and multi-channel network Collective Digital Studio are set to launch new original shows on the channel.
October 8, 2013 Wendy Goldman Getzler
In moves that send many of its properties and third-party titles across platforms, The Jim Henson Company has launched online channel Jim Henson Family TV on Hulu Kids, and its HIP banner has secured new international broadcasting deals for the hit long-form Annoying Orange series and Sixteen South Television’s preschool show Driftwood Bay.
August 23, 2013 Jeremy Dickson
One of the things we frequently see is that, no matter how famous the property, children may not have been exposed to it before they experience it in an app or a web game. Which leads to a larger point – who’s to say that the phone or the computer is truly the second screen?
March 18, 2013 Anne Richards
The Collective will see the animated TV version of its hit viral IP Annoying Orange broadcast Down Under thanks to a new deal with Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
November 29, 2012 Jeremy Dickson
New episodes of web-to-TV sensation Annoying Orange have been ordered by Cartoon Network, which also reordered animated comedy series Regular Show for a fifth season and The Amazing World of Gumball for a third season.
November 1, 2012 Jeremy Dickson
L.A.-based The Collective has appointed Henson’s third party licensing banner, HIP (Henson Independent Properties), as the exclusive international distributor of its hit Annoying Orange TV series.
October 15, 2012 Kate Calder
UK-based Rocket Licensing has signed six new licensess for UK and Ireland on behalf of The Collective’s viral property Annoying Orange.
October 11, 2012 Gary Rusak
The Collective has sliced two new licensing deals for posters and calendars for its internet sensation Annoying Orange, which is now the subject of a successful series airing on Cartoon Network US.
August 30, 2012 Jeremy Dickson
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