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Sony Yay! launches Japanese anime series 'Naruto' on 15 August

Sony's kids channel Sony Yay! has announced the launch of the Japanese anime series Naruto on 15 August. It will air Monday through Friday at 8 p.m. With the first ever launch of Naruto in five languages, the channel aims to bring anime fans across all age groups closer to their favourite ‘Ninja’.

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GUEST COLUMN: How can animation brands utilise communication tools to stay ahead

Mumbai: Animation brands have seen a considerable increase in the last three years. Animation is booming as a result of technological advancements and improved internet access. Through amusement and ingenuity, animated films and cartoons capture the interest of children of all ages. Animation is...

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Funskool acquires licence to manufacture Chhota Bheem

Indian domestic toy manufacturer Funskool India has acquired the licence to manufacture and distribute the action figure Chhota Bheem and other seven characters from the famed cartoon animation series.

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Cosmos-Maya to invest $50 mn to expand into Europe and North America

Mumbai: Indian animation company, Cosmos-Maya, is planning global expansion and aims to grow five fold in the next three years. The company has drawn up a blueprint to scale up in new geographies with an investment in the range of $50 million, expanding in the Europe Union and establishing a...

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MIB, Netflix join hands to launch short video series on women changemakers

Minister of information and broadcasting (MIB) launched “Azadi Ki Amrit Kahaniya” - a short video series created in collaboration with OTT platform Netflix on Tuesday.

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