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BBC Education in the UK is looking for mental health content in the children’s space, according to Helen Foulkes, head of BBC Education and Newsround.
Netflix reported 4.4 million subscriber additions in the third quarter, climbing to almost 214 million global subs in total, as its revenue grew 16% year-on-year to US$7.5bn.
Toronto-based children’s entertainment company Spin Master has created a US$100m fund dedicated to making strategic minority investments in entertainment companies.
Canada-based children’s streaming platform Ameba has picked up 12 kids and family films from producer and distributor Green Apple Entertainment.
Four European buyers have purchased the animated preschool series DinoCity from global distributor About Premium Content Kids.
NBCUniversal-owned streamer Peacock, WarnerMedia’s HBO Max and Discovery’s VoD services are among the latest platforms to have picked up kids’ animated series Oddbods and comedy adventure show Insectibles from Singapore-based One Animation.
Italian audiovisual networking and coproduction conference MIA will launch a full animation programme at next year’s event in Rome.
The Walt Disney Company has unveiled a slate of local-language content for Disney+ from countries including Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, China and Australia as the streamer continues to expand across Asia Pacific.
Chinese broadcasters including Tencent and Youku have picked up preschool series Pikwik Pack from Toronto’s Guru Studio.
A study led by Cardiff University and commissioned by the British Film Institute has found that just 24% of four- to 18-year-olds in the UK believe they see children and young people that look like them on TV.

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