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Imira Signs Deals in Spanish-Language Territories

Spanish youth programming producer and distributor Imira Entertainment has sold the first season of Iconix’s preschool series “Pororo” and ZDF Enterprises’ “Wicked Science” to Cartoon Network Spain.  Also in Sp

April 6, 2018

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Spanish youth programming producer and distributor Imira Entertainment has sold the first season of Iconix’s preschool series “Pororo” and ZDF Enterprises’ “Wicked Science” to Cartoon Network Spain. 

Also in Spain, Catalonian broadcaster TV3 has bought “64 Zoo Lane” and “Lazy Lucy,” and in Portugal, Imira has scored a hat trick of deals with RTP, which has seen the public channel take Millimages’ “Hydronauts” and “Pitt & Kantrop” and Stranemani’s “Rat Man.”

Imira is also extending its Latin American presence with Colombia public broadcaster RTVC acquiring “Vitaminix,” Millimage’s “Pablo the Little Red Fox,” Millimages/Method Films’ “Skyland,” as well as Telescreen’s “Miffy The Classics” and “Miffy and Friends.”

Big Picture has picked up the home-video rights of international preschool show “Bali” from producer Planet Nemo for the Spanish market.

At MipTV, Imira’s slate of new programming includes “Tangerine & Cow,” the Olympic-themed “Go! Go! Pig” from Italian producer Maga Animation, and “Rat-Man,” an animated comedy from RAI and Italian production company Stranemani.

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