Licensing News

Lisle International appointed for Pip

Published on: June 19th, 2013

CHF Carterbench Licensing, a newly formed venture, has appointed Lisle International for its new pre-school animated TV series Pip.Lisle-New300

Pip is a vibrant new pre-school animated property that follows the adventures of Pip the pup and his friends in the seaside town of Salty Cove. CHF recently announced that Sir David Jason is confirmed to be the voice of one of the characters, Skipper. The new TV series is scheduled to air in Autumn 2014 and will appeal to children from two years and up.

Responsible for overseeing the property will be CHF Carterbench Licensing, whilst Lisle International’s appointment as master agent, will oversee all global aspects of third party licensing.

Rob Kay from CHF Carterbench Licensing said: “This property has so many aspects that children will enjoy. The storylines are both exciting and have a familiar family feel. Pip himself is a character that boys and girls can relate to. The next 12 months will be an extremely exciting time and it’s our intention that as the programme goes live, children will be able to take Pip and his friends into their hearts in a myriad of ways. This is why the licensing programme is key and working with the right team is incredibly important. We believe that in Lisle we have found the ideal team to work with in achieving this aim.”

Lisle International further commented: “We are delighted to be working with CHF Carterbench Licensing on this very exciting new Property and to be entrusted to develop the global licensing programme.”

For more information about how to be involved with Pip and the characters at Salty Cove, contact Gayle Tarrant at Lisle by emailing Gayle@lislelicensing.com.

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