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Kids TV distributor Cake will distribute Chapman Entertainment’s entire catalog of shows for the world, excluding N. American and the U.K. The new deal includes well-received stop-motion and CG-animated shows such as Raa Raa the Noisy Lion, Little Charley Bear, Fifi and the Flowertots and Roary the Racing Car added [...]
London-based Target Entertainment has securing a major new multi-regional broadcast deal for Chapman Entertainment’s hit pre-school series Roary the Racing Car with Nickelodeon. The first series of the 52 x10-minute show has been licensed for broadcast by Nickelodeon’s international Nick Jr. Channels in Europe (including Benelux, Scandinavia, Germany, Spain and [...]
Although many U.K. TV animation producers are disheartened about the bleak economic climate and lack of government support, they continue to follow the country’s much-admired tradition of excellence. To the casual observer of the TV animation scene in the U.K., the climate may seem quite healthy. With beautifully produced series [...]
TV production house Factory Transmedia has announced it will unveil a new preschool series called Ribbit, Rabbit, Robot at the Cartoon Forum event in Sopot, Poland next month. The show, created by Curtis Jobling (Raa Raa the Noisy Lion, Frankenstein’s Cat) is based on an unlikely trio of roommates—Ribbit, a [...]
Factory Transmedia has launched its production company at the former facilities of post-production house, Hullabaloo Studios. Based in Altrincham, Factory TM now employs over 30 staff working on CBBC’s Strange Hill High—a half-hour comedy series produced with a technique combining puppets, stop-motion and CG, dubbed “hypervynorama.” FT has also been working with Chapman [...]
Fifi and the Flowerpots producer Chapman Entertainment has received an influx of cash and reorganized itself, with many top executives leaving the company. Company co-founders Keith Chapman and Andrew Haydon will remain at the U.K.-based company, while co-founder, managing diirector and executive producer Greg Lynn has decided to leave the [...]