Character & Entertainment TV & Films 


Reading Time: 2 minutes Post Views: 1,028 THE SKY’S THE LIMIT FOR STUDIO 100 GROUP’S ‘MIA & ME’ ON TV CULTURA, BRAZIL Studio 100 Group and TV Cultura are thrilled with the immense wave of success for “Mia and me” (O mundo de Mia) since its broadcast on TV Cultura (Brazil) last October. Having now aired weekdays for six months, ‘O mundo de Mia’ is continuing to garner impressive ratings and is at present one of the TOP 5 programs on TV Cultura.  The non-Brazilian series competed against four national shows, beating not only…

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Intellectual Property 

Martin Krieger appointed as CEO of Studio 100 Media

Reading Time: 2 minutes Post Views: 1,965 Studio 100 has announced the appointment of Martin Krieger as CEO of Studio 100 Media and its subsidiaries Studio 100 Film, m4e and the newly formed Studio Isar Animation (Munich / Germany). Krieger will also be responsible for the global commercial business of Studio 100 International including content distribution, licensing and consumer products for the entire Studio 100 slate and some third party IPs. Krieger takes on this role after years of experience within the media and marketing industry including his excellent track record in leading the…

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TV Series Licensing 

London Live to launch new children’s programming strand

Reading Time: 2 minutes Post Views: 3,567 London Live, a Freeview TV channel based in the UK’s capital, is launching a new children’s programming strand named Bounce. A produce of content distributors Saban Brands and Studio 100, the new strand will feature a host of popular children’s programming including Heidi, Digimon and three seasons from the 24 year series library of Saban’s Power Rangers franchise. Each of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue and Power Rangers S.P.D. will feature in the strand. Bounce will broadcast from Mondays through Saturdays delivering content for…

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Brand Licensing Entertainment Licensing Movie Licensing 

Studio 100 aligns with WeKids Asia to get its iconic brands to China

Reading Time: < 1 minute Post Views: 3,798       Studio 100 has teamed with animation firm WeKids Asia, which will see the company’s iconic brands heading to China. After the teaming up, Maya the Bee, Vic the Viking, Nils Holgersson and Blinky Bill will now be available in the Chinese market. This will be distributed via television, VOD platforms and Home Video. “We are enthusiastic to start working with Sean Chu and his talented team on four of our most popular brands in the territory of China,” said Martin Krieger, head of global…

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Brand Licensing 

Studio 100 completes its contract with m4e for acquisition

Reading Time: < 1 minute Post Views: 3,704   Studio 100 has completed its contract with m4e regarding the former’s acquisition of the majority interest in the German brand management and media company. Under the terms of the agreement, Hans Ulrich Stoef will continue to serve as chief executive officer of m4e. In the course of the winding up, former members of the supervisory board of m4e namely Oliver Jansen, Ceese Wessels and Andreas Kinsky have resigned from their posts. The executive board of m4e has filed an application with the district court of Munich…

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Character & Entertainment Character Licensing Entertainment Licensing 

Discovery Kids India acquires Studio 100’s hit series Nils Holgersson

Reading Time: < 1 minute Post Views: 6,065 Fresh off from buying a majority stake in Germany’s m4e, Belgium-based Studio 100 has sold its CGI animated series Nils Holgersson to Discovery Kids India. Discovery has picked up exclusive TV rights to the 52 x 13-minute toon for India, Bangaldesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Currently in production, the show is based on the book The Wonderful Adventures of Nils by Selma Lagerlof, the first female writer to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. Discovery Kids is also home to Studio 100′s most well-known production, Maya the Bee. Martin Krieger, the head of…

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