D360 Sells over 220 Hours of Kids & Family Programming Worldwide

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Ahead of the Children’s Media Conference in Sheffield next week, Distribution360 is pleased to announce they have closed a suite of international deals across their slate of kids & family programming.

mathXplosion (50 x 3’) has been sold to Da Vinci Media across their feeds in 105 countries in CEE, Africa, Middle East and Turkey (pay TV) and also to to Hop! Media Group, Israel, and AB Groupe for France, French-speaking Europe & Africa, Israel, and Turkey (free TV). Produced by GAPC Entertainment, the series entertains kids as they learn about math through magic. AB Groupe has also taken another math-based series The Prime Radicals (52 x 15’) also from GAPC Entertainment.

 

From marblemedia, Australian Broadcasting Corporation has licensed wild and wacky Japanizi: Going, Going, Gong! (40 x 30’) for their ABC Me channel. All episodes of Splatalot (52 x 30’) have been licensed to both Global TV Indonesia and Barind Media Bangladesh and episodes of This is Scarlett & Isaiah (13 x 30’) have been sold to Korean Airlines and Czech Airlines; the latter series being co-produced with Sinking Ship Entertainment.

 

Rounding out the sales are licenses of The Mystery Files seasons 1 & 2 (26 x 30’) from Apartment 11 to Hop! Media Group, Israel, Alphabet Stories (26 x 1.5’) to GHI Media for SVOD rights in France, and Yaya & Zouk (78 x 5’) has been licensed by Studio U-7 for Russia, Baltics, and CIS. Family entertainment series Heartland season 10 (18 x 60)  has been sold in French-speaking Canada to Corus Media and Family Travel (34 x 30’) has been licensed in Israel by Ananey Communications.

Distribution Access has taken educational rights to mathXplosion, The Mystery Files, YOUniverse (26 x 2.15') Alphabet Stories, The Prime Radicals, This Is Scarlett and Isaiah, Planet Echo (52 x 30’) in the US & Canada.

 

“Very happy to be announcing these sales across so many territories, with a broad mix of live action and animated series being licensed across multiple platforms. We’ll be attending CMC next week to pitch new development and on the hunt for more internationally appealing titles as we continue to grow our kids and family business.”, says Diane Rankin, SVP International, D360.

 

D360 previously announced 55 hours licensed to STARZ including Snapshots (6 x 22’), Skatoony season 1 & 2 (39 x 30’), The Mystery Files season 1 (13 x 30’) The Prime Radicals seasons 1 & 2 (52 x 15’) and Atomic Betty season 1 (26 x 30’).