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Nelvana, Loonland get jump on MIPTV with ani deals

Nelvana, Loonland get jump on MIPTV with ani deals
TORONTO -- Kids animation is making a splash on the eve of the international television market MIPTV in Cannes with a slew of deals by two major international animation houses -- Canada's Nelvana Ltd. and Germany's TV-Loonland -- unveiled Thursday. Cartoon Network Latin America has picked up a major package of cartoons from Canadian animation producer Nelvana Ltd., including Max & Ruby, The Berenstain Bears, Pecola, 6teen, Delta State, Clone High and Bob & Margaret. The agreement, unveiled by Toronto-based Nelvana on Thursday, comes on top of a deal in January 2004 that sent three other Nelvana cartoons -- My Dad the Rock Star, Jacob Two-Two and Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Kids -- to the Latin American channel.

France 3 picks up '6teen'

France 3 picks up '6teen'
TORONTO -- Canada cartoon producer Nelvana said Thursday that French broadcaster France 3 has picked up its mall-based tween series 6teen. Also Thursday, Canadian producer Decode Entertainment said it has sold primetime cartoon series Bromwell High to ABC and the Comedy Channel in Australia. ABC also snagged the home video rights for Australia and New Zealand. Toronto-based Nelvana said France 3 has picked up 26 half hours of 6teen for a fall launch. The cartoon features six 16-year-olds as they experience their first minimum-wage jobs, romances and attempts at adulthood in a shopping mall.

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