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Court resurfaces with new venture
He cofounded Canada's Decode Entertainment in 1997 and produced its hit children's series including Angela Anaconda and Planet Sketch.
Mudd, Court launch Peacock Alley Entertainment
Court co-founded children's television series distributor Decode Entertainment in 1997, which merged with Halifax Films to become DHX Media in 2006. At DHX, Court was president of Decode Enterprises, the international distribution arm of the merged ...
Super Why! to land on Alpha-Bits boxes
Super Why!, produced in conjunction with Toronto's DHX Media, follows the adventures of reading-powered superheroes - Super Why and his best friends Princess Presto, Wonder Red, Alpha Pig and their puppy pal, Woofster.
TF1 kids' multi-platform exec leaves
Eleanor Coleman, who has worked at TF1 for 15 years, is responsible for executive production at its kids' channel, Tfou, and also head of multi-platform development at interactive media arm e-TF1. Coleman's roles will be split between four members of ...
Sony aims for Russian sitcom remake
SPT will pitch the format to buyers at Natpe Budapest later this month, alongside non-scripted formats such as the Dutch series Cover Me, from Tuvalu Media, Gogglebox's Breakaway, which was recently recommissioned for a second season by the BBC.
US, Euro nets bag Moonies, Gypsies
A US cable channel has pre-bought documentary Married to the Moonies (1�60′) from UK-based Zodiak Rights, which has also closed more sales of My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding.
Merlin to cast his spell on Facebook
... MipTV Spain's ETB captures Gil's Moment SMG gobbles up Dimsum deals in Asia Keshet Int'l moves into kids' drama MTV keeps Connection with Armoza YLE taps Magnify for mental illness format ZDFE to serve up Depardieu food series Passion parades docs ...
Discovery Kids and Portfolio to launch new Doki series
Twenty six episodes will be produced by Portfolio on behalf of Discovery Kids with JBMW Media on board as one of the executive producers.
Classic launches new Olivia CP program
New York-based Classic Media has inked a range of new North American consumer products partners for it recently acquired Olivia property.
Sinking Ship's Dino Dan gets iReader treatment
Indie Canadian producer Sinking Ship Entertainment has seen its Dino Dan TV property turned into digital interactive storybooks thanks to a new deal with book apps publisher Ruckus Media Group. Ruckus' three story-driven iReaders based on the hit kids ...