Wildbrain expands Lottie Dottie Chicken’s presence in UK and US via YouTube miniseries

Digital kids network and studio WildBrain is saying “Olá!” to the popular Brazilian kids brand Lottie Dottie Chicken after signing an exclusive global agreement with brand owner Bromelia Productions.

WildBrain has been appointed by Bromelia to manage the brand’s popular English-language YouTube channels and to launch season one of the new Lottie Dottie Chicken YouTube miniseries in the US and UK, with a focus on increasing visibility for the brand among English-speaking audiences.

“Lottie Dottie Chicken is a Brazilian success story, and we’re delighted to help drive its future growth with English-speaking audiences,” said Michael Carroll, Business Development Manager, WildBrain.

“WildBrain has proven experience managing and growing English YouTube channels on behalf of international brands, and we’re confident we can deliver the same great content that Brazilian children love to audiences in the US and UK, too.”

Juliano Prado, producer and co-creator of Lottie Dottie Chicken, commented: “This agreement with WildBrain is exactly the right strategic move for us. As digital-savvy experts and leaders in the kids’ YouTube space, they are exactly the right team for us to work with as we look to expand the international reach of our beloved blue chicken, Lottie Dottie.”

Marcos Luporini, co-creator of the series, added: “Lottie Dottie has a special connection with the pre-schooler audience in Brazil and Latin America, and we’re very much looking forward to creating this same connection with kids around the world.” 

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