HoHo Rights announces international TV and SVOD sales

Published on: 7th March 2016

The deals cover its leading kids’ properties Cloudbabies and Everybody Loves a Moose.

cloudbabies480Pre-school series Cloudbabies has been acquired by ETV in South Africa and Stellar Entertainment in Australia for its in-flight services on Jetstar Airways. In Poland, AMC has acquired Cloudbabies for its leading international children’s channel Jim Jam, while TVN has picked up the SVOD rights for the series. Meanwhile Dubai-based MBC has acquired animated comedy series Everybody Loves A Moose for its channels broadcasting across the Middle East and North Africa.

“Our distinctive shows continue to resonate with buyers and audiences overseas and we are delighted to announce these new deals which confirm our commitment to seeking opportunities in all markets across a variety of established and new platforms,” says Jayne Pitts, head of sales, Hoho Rights.

Created by award-winning art director Bridget Appleby, Cloudbabies (52 x 10’) made its debut on CBeebies in the UK in May 2012. Aimed at pre-schoolers, the series features the adventures of four adorable, childlike characters whose job it is to look after the sky and their sky friends. Aimed at 6-11-year-old boys, Everybody Loves a Moose (52 x 7’) features the adventures of a young boy Jack and his impulsive expert-in-everything friend Moose.


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