I wanted Scoot to have a very limited vocabulary. The odd word here and there. Well it made me and the editor laugh at least. Oh well... that's showbiz. Still, Scoot's few words are gone but never forgotten. When my kids are having potatoes, I lean over slowly and stare, wide eyed... and in Scoot's voice I say, 'Mmm po- tay -toh'. They laugh, but I'm sure they will have me sectioned eventually.
Friday, March 30, 2012
Monday, March 26, 2012
Spanish production and distribution company Imira Entertainment has inked several new deals with broadcasters for animated series Lucky Fred. RTM (Malaysia), e-Vision (United Arab Emirates), TG4 (Ireland) and Kidz (Turkey) have jumped on-board for the 52 x 12-minute 2D comic series for kids ages six to 12, adding to a growing list of more than 155 territories that have acquired the show. Others include TF1 (France), Disney Channel (Spain, France, Italy, Germany, India, Israel, Australia) and Nickelodeon (Benelux, Scandinavia, Latin America, Asia, South Korea).
Lucky Fred, an Imira co-production with Televisió de Catalunya (Spain), RAI Fiction (Italy) and Top Draw Animation (Philippines), follows the adventures of 13-year-old Fred who has a
personal robot that can transform into anything he wants.
The deals follow shortly after Imira announced a Lucky Fred app will be available worldwide via the Andriod Store and iTunes’ App Store.Read more: http://kidscreen.com/2012/03/26/new-pickups-for-imiras-lucky-fred/#ixzz1qFQsZ5tL