As part of the deal, FME has also acquired the worldwide sales and distribution rights across both traditional and emerging distribution platforms to the Animation Collective library, including the following Animation Collective titles "Dancing Sushi," "Ellen’s Acres," "Kappa Mikey," "Three Delivery" and "Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF."
In addition to the Animation Collective library, FME is bringing a robust portfolio of new kids’ series to MIPCOM, including "Tree Fu Tom," "Monsuno," "My Babysitter’s a Vampire," "Really Me," "Strange Hill High" and "The Aquabats Super Show.” In addition, FME’s development deal with Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin and the Australia Zoo continues to generate excitement in the kids’ entertainment space.
"This deal is a significant step towards delivering FME’s ambition to become the world’s leading independent supplier of kids’ and family content," says Sander Schwartz, president, kids and family Entertainment, FME. "Larry Schwarz and his team at Animation Collective are world renowned for creating some of the freshest and most original children’s properties for television and emerging media. We’re proud to be working with Larry and Animation Collection on their existing portfolio of titles and we’re hugely excited about working together to develop new kids and family titles to take around the world."
FremantleMedia Enterprises will be at MIPCOM 2011, Stand No. RB1.
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