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"Deltora Quest" Goes Global

A range of international broadcast, DVD and merchandising deals are on target for "Deltora Quest," says animation developer DCI Los Angeles.The Licensing Machine has been given broadcast, DVD and merchandising rights for the property in Western

April 6, 2018

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A range of international broadcast, DVD and merchandising deals are on target for "Deltora Quest," says animation developer DCI Los Angeles.

The Licensing Machine has been given broadcast, DVD and merchandising rights for the property in Western Europe including the U.K., France, Italy, Spain and Germany, as well as Eastern and Central Europe, the Nordic Countries and Africa. "Deltora Quest" will also air and have DVD rights in Mexico, Central America and South America through Castalia Communications.

The animated children's fantasy series is based on the Deltora books by Australian author Emily Rodda. The books are published in more than 30 countries—through Scholastic in the U.S. and Australia and Iwasaki Publishing in Japan. "Deltora Quest" has had particular success in Japan, where it airs on TV Tokyo. The serie's Japanese licensing partners include Kodansha for manga; Bandai for card games, PVC figures and candy items; and Bandai-Namco for interactive games.

DCI Los Angeles is a division of Dentsu, which handles "Deltora Quest's" worldwide rights for licensing, merchandising, TV and home entertainment. Currently, DCI Los Angeles, The Licensing Machine and Castalia Communications are seeking partners in territories outside of Asia.

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