ReelTime.com, the video-on-demand Internet television network, announced at January’s National Association of Television Program Executives Conference that it has entered into an agreement with Nelvana Enterprises, a Canadian-based distributor o

April 6, 2018

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, the video-on-demand Internet television network, announced at January’s National Association of Television Program Executives Conference that it has entered into an agreement with Nelvana Enterprises, a Canadian-based distributor of children’s animated programming, for the video-on-demand rights to episodes from its extensive kids’ content library.

Nelvana Enterprises, which is owned by Corus Entertainment Inc. has a library of television properties including “Rupert,” “Babar,” “Franklin,” “Rolie Polie Olie,” and “The Berenstain Bears.”

Among the titles from Nelvana’s library that will be available on ReelTime.com are “Jacob Two-Two,” “My Dad the Rock Star,” “Ned’s Newt,” “Stickin’ Around,” “Tales from the Cryptkeeper,” “Moville Mysteries,” “Cadillacs and Dinosaurs,” “Flying Rhino Junior High,” “Dumb Bunnies,” “Jim Lee’s WildC.A.T.S.,” “Elliot Moose,” and “Marvin the Tap-Dancing Horse.” The majority of titles are available for viewing now.

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