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C21Pro 2019 Kids Animation Futures Report

 

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The global animation industry has been one of the main beneficiaries of the subscription and advertising-funded VoD boom but it remains one of the most challenged sectors in TV.   

It's tough times for children's animation in particular, with many commercial broadcasters reluctant to invest and public networks increasingly squeezed by competition from YouTube and global SVoD players.     

But there's no shortage of appetite from digital players and an array of funding mechanisms continue to sustain the sector, meaning opportunities abound for producers of animated children's programming.    

Meanwhile, all sides of the business, from coproduction to distribution, broadcasting to licensing & merchandising, face upheaval as young audiences continue to migrate online in their droves around the world.    

The C21Pro 2019 Kids Animation Futures Report delves into the essential trends shaping the business of toons. The 21 chapters in this report will publish here over the coming weeks.

Report chapters:

In better Nick
Nickelodeon remains one of Viacom's key brands as the media giant continues to overhaul its business strategy.
The hungry Mouse
Disney+ is shaping up to be a hub of animated content, but to what extent is it a closed shop and does it spell the end of the Mouse House's linear channels?
Laughing matters
The talent behind Cartoon Network's The Amazing World of Gumball and Apple & Onion discuss the key ingredients of great animated comedy.
That's not all, folks!
Warner Bros has high hopes for its reboot of kids' classic Looney Tunes, coming at a time when shortform is growing in importance for the firm’s new parent.
Ads infinitum?
YouTube may be less prestigious than its subscription counterparts but are such ad-supported VoD services now the key to success for kids' toons?
Striking a balance
With the animation industry striving to become gender-balanced, what role can men play to help foster a culture of belonging, and how are things changing?
Gender on the agenda
Research suggests there is much more work to be done to increase the number of women working in animation, and particularly women of colour.
French revolution
France may be the animation powerhouse of Europe, but major changes abound in its children's TV industry and local producers are up in arms.
Animated discussion
Children’s animation is in flux due to technological advances, cultural shifts and changing business models, but demand for content has never been higher.
C21Pro 2019 Kids Animation Futures Report
Report date: June 2019

Report price: £299.00

Report editor: Ed Waller