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Several new distribution deals for the TV series have been inked, with licensing programs on the way.

License Global

April 5, 2021

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Imira Entertainment has closed a slew of new deals across territories for the comedy adventure series "Mondo Yan." Imira is handling the global distribution of the series.

Broadcast partners who have signed up for the series include Clan TV in LatAm, Minika in Turkey, Discovery in MENA, Omri Batz in Israel, Trans 7 in Indonesia and Astro in Malaysia, streamers Primo in U.S. Hispanic and TTNET.

While the series is already airing on Primo and Minikka, TV3 will broadcast live in Spain in July.

"'Mondo Yan' is such a fun, energetic show, diverse in its characters and playing out in a wonderful universe," says Gulshan David, director, media sales, Imira. "Kids will love it and it's also funny to draw in the parents. The creative team is stellar, developed by a top-class team from different parts of the world, including David Lewman's scripts. We are delighted to distribute this show and look forward to adding new audiences."

A new range of "Mondo Yan"-branded merchandise will also be launched in key markets soon. Turkey's Minika also has a dedicated feature for the series in its monthly magazine that includes interactive elements such as games and puzzles.

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