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Discovery kids to launch 'Little Singham'

MUMBAI: Discovery Kids, in collaboration with Rohit Shetty Picturez and Reliance Animation, is all set to launch of new animation series called Little Singham. The show will be launched on 21 April at 1.30 pm to 5.30 pm, targeting children in the age-group of 5-11 years. It will comprise 156...

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HopMotion releases first original IP on Toon Googles, Amazon Prime US

HopMotion Animation, a full service digital 2D animation studio, recently announced the launch of its first-ever original IP Kuku Mey Mey - a fun-filled animated chase comedy.

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Cartoon Network and POGO are ready to score with cricket specials this IPL season

MUMBAI: While the country is deciding which team to cheer for this IPL season, Turner India’s kids’ entertainment channels, Cartoon Network and POGO, are all set to showcase special episodes of Roll No. 21 and Chhota Bheem with India’s favourite game at the heart of them! With soaring summer heat...

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Nickelodeon’s Together For Good initiative empowers kids to "Say no to fear and yes to safety”

Nickelodeon, the number one kid’s franchise, has returned with their global pro-socio initiative “Together For Good” which this year will address the burning issue of child safety.

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Sony Yay tests Bengali, Malayalam feeds

MUMBAI: Sony Pictures Networks’ kids channel is making strides within a year of launch. Sony Yay plans to add Bengali and Malayalam audio feeds. It already has feeds in Tamil and Telugu.

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