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Looking for: the cartoon network is open to hearing pitches for a Variety of genres that target kid’s six to 11, as well as the nineTo 14 set.
Looking for: After experiencing global success with made-for-Tv Movie Disney Channel is looking for more animated and live-action movie co-production opportunities. Additionally, concepts for DC should skew toward older kids in the six to 14 range, and series and animation should be kiddriven family-inclusive comedies. Disney XD, says it would be great to find more animated comedies along with shows that feature kids age six to14 with strong/aspirational male leads who are growing and accomplishing goals.
Looking for: Disney-branded television networks serve a broad audience of kids ages two to 14 and their families in more Disney channels is looking for high-quality original content to grow audiences across the region and drive three distinct brands within the portfolio—kid-driven family-inclusive Disney Channel;. Disney Channel is looking for primetime-quality programming that’s relatable, relevant, and aspirational for kids six to14 with a focus on tween girls. Original programming for all three channels needs great characters, compelling stories, a unique visual or design point of view and a fresh take on universal kid-relatable themes. A particular emphasis is placed on shows and genres that can be localized for the channels with a high repeatability, such as talent searches, as well as live-action and animation. As always, humor and storytelling are seen as essential elements for any new series. Shows must also deliver on core Disney values of imagination, creativity, self-expression and optimism. Multiplatform potential is important for any project. However, it must be driven by story and characters and not by interactive or merchandising
Looking for: The pub caster broadcasts 32 hours of children’s programming across Three channels each day between ABC 1 and kid-dedicated divinest ABC 2 (preschoolers) And ABC 3 (kids six to 15); ABC is looking for a wide variety of genres to Engage and entertain kids from three to 15 years old. High on ABC’s current shopping List are comedies targeting eight- to 12-year-olds, action-adventure shows for boys, documentariesOf all types and the latest in factual and reality entertainment.
Looking for: “Our major priorities are still to get animated properties For kids six to 10. We still want classic animation, 2-D or CGI, with a Strong kid point of view, based around adventure and great storytelling, and characters,” KidsCo is looking for movies, the sort of animated or
Looking for: Having taken the helm of Five’s signature preschool brand Milkshake! Last October, FIVE (UK) is looking to add more strong story-led Series with esp. between five and 10 minutes in length to the block, which Airs weekdays from 6 a.m. to 9:15 a.m., weekends between 6 a.m. and 10 A.m. and weekends on DTT net FIVER between 6 a.m. and noon.
Looking for: The network is currently on the hunt for animated comedy programming that appeals to kids ages six to 12 and cultivates a co-viewing experience with families. Top performers for YTV include the international hit iCarly (Nickelodeon), as well as Canadian-produced live actioner How to be Indie (DHX Media) and animated comedy League of Super Evil (Nerd Corps). and we are Looking for engaging, fun, humorous programming for its core audience of kids ages two to five. An emphasis is placed on quality. “We are looking for high-caliber character-driven series that will be market brands for the network,” says Hamilton.
Looking for: more animated shows that involveyoung children on-screen and actually go into a child’s world to capture their environment. “I think that is incredibly appealing and very strong, Shows that look at the world from the perspective of a child under the age of six are a big hit."
Looking for: CSC’s kids digital channel offering available on Sky, Virgin and Freesat includes Pop (kids four to 10), Tiny Pop (preschool), Pop Girl (girls seven to 12) and KIX (boys seven to 12).
Looking for: Programs aimed at children ages six to 12. CBBC wants to reflect the lives of its audience and provide multiplatform content that is innovative, challenging and infectious. The net offer a distinctive schedule of original drama, animation, comedy, news, factual programming and events on a variety of platforms that allow children to get involved and connect with the channel
Looking for: Live-action, half-hour Animated comedies that support the channel’s brand promise and target girls and boys ages eight to 14. Up to 60% of Family Channel’s