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Genius Brands signs international content license deals

Genius Brands is expanding the reach of its children’s series worldwide with multiple new content licencing agreements signed with Da Vinci Learning, Azoomee and the American Forces Network. 

The deals follow Genius Brands robust presence at the global content market, MIPJunior/MIPCOM, in Cannes, France where the company exhibited and initiated dialogue with a broad range of international networks and digital platforms to license its programs.

Berlin-based Azoomee educational channel has also licensed, non-exclusively, short-form content for SpacePop and music videos for Thomas Edison’s Secret Lab in the UK.

“Broadcasters the world over are committed to providing entertaining, informative and engaging content for their youngest viewers, and we at Genius Brands have a broad spectrum of programming that has proven its appeal around the globe," said Deb Pierson, head of worldwide content distribution at Genius Brands.

"We are thrilled to work with Da Vinci Learning, Azoomee and the American Forces Network to bring our ‘content with a purpose’ to the families and young audiences in their respective regions.” 

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