Decode calls on Betty Banner, Party Planner

Quirky new 2D series for eight to 12 year old girls joins firm's portfolio.
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Decode Entertainment is expanding its development slate, picking up Betty Banner, Party Planner, a new series aimed at eight to 12 year-old girls.

The 2D show is created by Canada's House of Cool, which will also work on the animation.

In addition, DHX Media's distribution subsidiary Decode Enterprises will handle international distribution and will be seeking broadcast partners for the series at Mipcom later this month.

Beth Stevenson, executive VP of production and development, said: "With party planning as its central theme, this show is as lively and fun as it sounds. We have always admired House of Cool's creativity and the artistic design of their shows so we are thrilled and honored to be working with them to bring Betty's fabulous adventures to life."


Betty Boop

First introduced in 1930, Betty Boopy was created by Max Fleischer of New York City-based Fleischer Studios for his 'Talkartoons' series for Paramount, with Mae Questel providing Betty's distinctive voice.

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