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TV Kids Weekly


June 22, 2018


***Zodiak Kids***

GoldBee’s Christophe Goldberger

***Viacom***About five years ago, Imira Entertainment alum Christophe Goldberger set up Barcelona-based GoldBee, which provides distribution and consulting services. “The idea was not to build a big structure with a huge catalog, but more of a small outfit,” says Goldberger, who serves as the company’s managing director. “There’s just so much space in the market for products and if you really get behind one, it usually pays off and also allows us to pick ***Image***the projects that we like to work on.”

In this video interview, Goldberger shares with TV Kids Weekly’s Mansha Daswani how GoldBee first came about and what he looks for when evaluating a property to take on for distribution. He also discusses the animated series ToonMarty and Chop Chop Ninja.

Watch the interview here.

***TV Kids Guide 2018/2019***

This Week's Top 5

Apple Ties Up with Sesame Workshop for Kids’ Content

Apple has given a multi-series order to Sesame Workshop for a slate of children’s programming, marking the first original kids’ content for Apple.

Chief Creative Officers Named at Disney & Pixar Animation Studios

As John Lasseter exits Disney, Jennifer Lee (Frozen) and Pete Docter (Up) become chief creative officers at Walt Disney Animation Studios and Pixar Animation Studios, respectively.

Blue’s Clues Creator Tapped as CCO at 9 Story

9 Story Media Group has appointed Angela C. Santomero (Blue’s Clues, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood) to the newly created post of chief creative officer (CCO).

Netflix Greenlights More Llama Llama

Netflix has given the green light to produce a second season of Genius Brands International’s animated preschool series Llama Llama.

Nat Geo Kids Boards Dino Dana in LatAm

Nat Geo Kids in Latin America has acquired pay-TV rights for seasons one and two of Dino Dana from Sinking Ship Entertainment.

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Top 50 OTT Platforms 2018 

Gain valuable insight into leading online platforms across the globe with World Screen's Top 50 OTT Platforms 2018 report. This new and improved edition, at 92 pages, contains significantly more information than its predecessor.

The OTT business is booming across the globe, and new services are appearing every day, especially in the kids’ content space. In this comprehensive report you’ll find profiles of 50 platforms, including such children’s services as Ameba TV, Hopster and PlayKids.

This report also contains a specific Genre Focus on kids’ programming.

Learn more about
World Screen's Top OTT Platforms 2018
report here.

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TV Kids Guide 2017/2018



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