Cottonwood Media has chosen Beacon Rock Growth to serve as the U.S. and Canada licensing agent for the tween TV drama “Find Me in Paris.”
The rollout of licensing activities in the U.S. and Canada will be managed by Johanna Mooney, founder, Beacon Rock Growth. Terms of the deal were brokered by Ana Micoud, who leads Cottonwood’s licensing business through her company The Wizards.
“‘Find Me in Paris’ has skyrocketed on to TV screens, and it is with great pleasure that we are kicking off our partnership with Beacon Rock Growth for the property in the U.S. and Canada,” says Micoud. “The team has in-depth experience in building licensed programs for tweens and teen properties and is knowledgeable about how to articulate a targeted retail product proposal capable of driving value for all parties.”
“Find Me in Paris” is currently airing on Hulu in the U.S. and CBC in Canada. Now in its third season, the tween series follows the story of Lena Grisky–a time-traveling ballet dancer from 1905 Russia trapped in modern-day Paris.
Beacon Rock Growth joins Retail Monster as a representative of the property. Retail Monster represents “Find Me in Paris” in the U.K.