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Zag expands licensing agency alliances for Miraculous

Published on: 4th April 2016

A global network of agencies have been established to represent the brand.

zag480Miraculous, the 3D CGI animated comedy action TV series, airs in over 120 markets. This includes Nickelodeon and Disney Channel respectively in the US, Europe and Latin America, along with leading free to air broadcasters such as TF1 in France, EBS in Korea and ABC in Australia.

Agents joining Zag’s Miraculous team are: Bulldog for the UK and Ireland; TF1 for France; SAMG for Korea; Toei Animation for Japan; Planeta Junior for Iberia/CEE; DeAgostini for Italy; J&M Brands for Benelux; Team! Licensing for Germany, Austria, Switzerland; Plus Licens for Nordics and Russia; CLM for South Africa; Mediogen for Israel; Haven for Australia; Segal Licensing for Canada; Gloob/Kasmanas for Brazil and Doce for Chile/Peru.

The Miraculous licensing programme is anchored by global master toy, Bandai America, and 35 other licensees are already on board around the world such as A-Tier partners like Hachette, Soleil and Leomil in France; Evy of California, Accessory Innovations, Franco, Shout Factory! in the USA; Malwee, Grendene, and Sulamerica in Brazil; and Haksan, Leaders Pharm and Chaeekun Korea in Korea.

August/September 2016 is a key retail launch period in the US, key markets in Europe and Brazil, with some exclusive teaser programmes planned for summer 2016.

All Miraculous agents are seeking new licensees for their individual markets.

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