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C21May iPad

EM.Entertainment casts sales net wide

EM.Entertainment has announced a raft of multi-territory content deals for its library of children’s and youth shows ahead of next week’s Discop market.

A multiple licensing agreement covering free-TV, pay-TV and home entertainment has been inked with Hagi Film i Video covering edutainment series VIPO for Polish free- and pay-TV, the Czech Republic and Hungary, as well as fantasy/action series Dragon Hunters in all three territories.

Other deals include Cass Film picking up distribution rights to Poland’s home entertainment sector for live-action series Pippi Longstocking and animated feature films Maya the Bee, Pippi’s Adventure in the South Seas and Pippi’s Adventure with the Whales.

Maya the Bee and Pippi Longstocking have also been licensed to Albanian private broadcaster TVA, along with fantasy animé series The Mysterious Cities of Gold, covering Albania and Macedonia.

Hungarian distribution company InterDomino has picked up home entertainment rights covering cartoon series Arthur, animated feature films Blinky Bill’s White Christmas and TAO TAO, and live-action film adaptations of Pippi Longstocking and Lassie for distribution in Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania.

Kids broadcaster Minimax, meanwhile, has secured free-TV rights for a second season of the series Flipper and Lopaka in Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania and the former Yugoslavia (excluding Slovenia), as well as licensing rights to air Rescue Heroes in Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Media company Talit has licensed free- and pay-TV rights to Flipper and Lopaka (season one) for the Israeli TV market.

EM.Entertainment is also taking new productions Master Raindrop, Enyo and pre-school CGI series Zigby to next week’s market in Budapest.



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