Thirty-one agreements put existing programs such as “Thomas & Friends,” “Angelina Ballerina,” “Bob the Builder,” “Fireman Sam” and “Rainbow Magic” on new broadcast platforms, while some enable current broadcasters to air new series of programs already on air.
“Our global TV sales team has had a phenomenal few months selling HIT’s extensive pre-school portfolio around the world,” says Alison Homewood, executive vice president of worldwide programming at HIT Entertainment. “We are thrilled to extend the reach of our much loved and trusted brands to even more children following these new deals.”
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