Everything's Rosie expands global reach with new Turkish broadcast deal

Pre-school animation will air daily on the territory's leading children's channel, Minika Cacuk.
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Hit animation, Everything's Rosie has expanded its global reach, as Turkish children's network Minika acquires series one and two of the pre-school show.

Produced and distributed by V&S Entertainment, Everything's Rosie will air on the territory's free to air kid's channel, Minika Cacuk.

The animation will be available in both English and Turkish across the territory, while the agreement grants rights for free TV via cable, satellite and terrestrial including catch up, pay TV, mobile TV, web TV and Internet.

Everything's Rosie will be broadcast on the Turkish channel everyday for the first year of the four-year agreement.

Mahmut Ipsirli, general manager of Minika Kids Network, said: "The acquisition of Everything's Rosie enables Minika to fulfil its mission to provide the best kids content and also strengthens Minika's position as the leading children's network."

Vickie Corner, MD at V&S Entertainment, added: "We're delighted that Everything's Rosie is now set to air in Turkey as Minika Cacuk joins our line-up of international broadcast partners.

"We've had a fantastic response to the series across all the markets in which it now airs. The strong story lines and outstanding CGI bring Rosie and her friends to life and resonates so well with pre-school children all around the world.

"We are so pleased Rosie is now set to make her mark in this exotic territory."

The new deal further expands Everything's Rosie's growing international footprint, now airing in over 160 countries.


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