Art & Design Brand Licensing Collaborations Entertainment Licensing 

Cottonwood Media appoints Retail Monster as UK Licensing agent for Find Me In Paris

Reading Time: 3 minutes Post Views: 2,982 Premium European Kids content producer Cottonwood Media, (a Federation Kids & Family company), has appointed Retail Monster as exclusive UK licensing agent for the hit tween drama series Find Me in Paris. Retail Monster will be responsible for the development of Find Me in Paris branded licensed products and merchandise throughout the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales, & Northern Ireland). The deal was brokered by Ana Micoud, who leads Cottonwood’s licensing business through her company The Wizards. “We were looking for an agency with a proven-track record…

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Brand Licensing 

‘Find me in Paris’ announces slew of key licensing deals

Reading Time: < 1 minute Post Views: 2,696 Cottonwood Media and leading French brand management agency France TV Distribution announced a remarkable list of licensees for premium tween drama ‘Find Me in Paris’ in key categories across publishing, stationery, homewares, apparel, toys, and footwear. Making an impressive mark in the publishing and paper goods category, France TV distribution have signed three separate deals for — a stand-alone tri-monthly magazine with Milan, part of the Bayard Publishing Group; Comic Books with Soleil, an imprint of Groupe Delcourt; novels and albums with leading publisher Nathan. “Thanks to…

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Character & Entertainment TV & Films 

Cottonwood’s Ollie & Moon show adds more TV, licensing partners

Reading Time: 2 minutes Post Views: 3,927 Premium kids content distributor Federation Kids & Family and its sister production company Cottonwood Media announced another raft of broadcast and licensing partners across Europe for their animated preschool hit ‘The Ollie & Moon Show’. On the licensing front, Planeta Junior will represent the licensing rights to the show in France, where it launched on France Televisions in 2017. Planeta Junior join other prestigious licensing partners representing the property in the key markets of China (UYoung) and the US (Spotlight Licensing). Spotlight has already brought on a…

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Entertainment Licensing 

Federation Kids & Family ties up with China-based Uyoung to distribute The Ollie & Moon Show

Reading Time: 2 minutes Post Views: 8,594 In a far-reaching, multi-platform deal, premium kids content distributor Federation Kids & Family has partnered with Chinese family entertainment company Uyoung for its hit pre-school show The Ollie & Moon Show (52 x 11) along with its sister production company Cottonwood Media. Uyoung has acquired all SVOD, broadcast and licensing rights for mainland China. As one of the fastest growing and most prestigious children’s and family production, TV sales and merchandising companies in China, Uyoung is perfectly positioned to give The Ollie & Moon Show a solid…

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Cottonwood Media appoints FranceTV as agent for Find Me In Paris

Reading Time: 2 minutes Post Views: 3,879 Cottonwood Media has appointed leading French licensing and brand management agency Francetv Distribution as agent for Find Me In Paris (26 x 26), ramping up a powerful pan-European licensing program for the premium half hour tween drama. Produced largely on location in Paris and at its world famous National Opera, Find Me In Paris was the most screened live-action kids show at MipJunior 2017, ranking 12th overall. In production since July 2017, finishing this December, the ambitious international series is a co-production between Cottonwood Media, ZDF, ZDF…

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TV Series Licensing 

Federation Kids & Family gets in a raft of sales deals for its teen drama series Find Me in Paris

Reading Time: 2 minutes Post Views: 7,030 Federation Kids & Family has got into a lot of major sales agreements for its premium teen drama series Find Me in  Paris (formerly Paris Opera). Produced by sister concern Cottonwood Media, ZDF and ZDF Enterprises, the series will be shown by ABC Australia, Disney (France, Italy),  France Télévisions and VRT Belgium for commissioning broadcaster ZDF in bringing the live-action series to some of the most important television markets across the globe. “We are genuinely thrilled with these partnerships, we could not ask for better platforms to…

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