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Amazon and Viacom Strike Streaming Deal

Amazon has announced a spate of new content acquired for its Prime Instant Video streaming service, many of which are children’s series from Viacom’s family of networks ... Continue Reading →
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KidsCo & Syfy Launch Syfy Kids Block

International kiddy channel KidsCo has announced a new partnership with NBCUniversal’s Syfy channel to launch a dedicated programming block aimed at sci fi fans 6-10 years old, Syfy ... Continue Reading →
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M-Go Strikes Deal with Starz Digital

M-Go, the digital content service joint venture of DreamWorks Animation and Technicolor has struck a content licensing deal with Starz Digital and launched in beta mode for users in ... Continue Reading →
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KidsCo Picks Up Five Nelvana Toons

International children’s channel KidsCo has licensed a slate of new content from Nelvana, including Beyblade, Grossology, Rolie Polie Olie, Jacob Two-Two and Babar. The content acquired ... Continue Reading →
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KidsCo Gets Facelift, Acquires New Toons

Global children’s TV channel KidsCo announced plans for a new look and new content that will roll out globally in early 2013. The refreshed KidsCo will feature a redesigned on-air ... Continue Reading →
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Robinson Departs KidsCo

International children’s channel KidsCo has announced that managing director Paul Robinson has decided to leave the position after five years to pursue new opportunities. Robinson ... Continue Reading →
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Telemundo Gets Animated With 10 Disney/Pixar Titles

U.S. Spanish language broadcaster Telemundo has acquired the rights to air 10 acclaimed animated features from Disney/Pixar, including Up, Ratatouille, WALL.E, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, ... Continue Reading →
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