2/12/14

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02.12.14

Good morning.It’s Wednesday, February 12, 2014, and this is your first early morning briefing.

TODAY’S TOP NEWS

Kidscreen News: Kids entertainment execs had lots to say at yesterday’s Kidscreen Summit in New York. Here are some highlights:

 – Don’t expect to learn details of any long-term DreamWorks Animation TV projects. “We’re not allowed to share what we’re working on because of the NetFlix model,” revealed Marjorie Cohn, head of television for the studio. “They have a completely different marketing model. It’s all about immediacy; they only want to talk about what’s coming a week or two; they don’t want people to be frustrated.”
- Disney has clocked 20 million downloads and 1.5 billion streams across its Disney Channel, Disney Junior and Disney XD WATCH products launched in June, according to Laura DeVillier, VP of digital media.
Nickelodeon gets twice the engagement for its Nick App than it does on the network’s website, said James Stephenson, SVP, content development for digital media. To date, there have been 6.5 million installs of the app, and its irreverent Do Not Touch button has been touched 150 million times.
– Look for Sprout to release original content as apps before, or without, linear TV companions, said SVP programming Andrew Beecham.
- Amazon Studios has its eye on Nickelodeon as it prepares to enter the K6-11 original content market. “With Nick content we know which programs rise to the top,” said Tara Sorenson, head of kids programming.
– Ironic. Amazon Studios is not focusing yet on toy and merchandise sales as it develops preschool properties. In fact, one of its preschool shows will launch without a toy partner, Sorenson said.
 – A sign of changing distribution times: “We were recently approached for the first time by a big toy company that said, ‘If you launch a show on NetFlix we will be your master toy partner,'” said Richard Goldsmith, EVP, global distribution, Jim Henson Co.
- batteryPop, a three-month-old online network launched by former Nickelodeon execs has retained content deals for six of its short-form content series.

PROGRAMMING PICKS

Sky’s the limit: Saban Brands is creating a kids property inspired by the Cirque du Soleil brand. The new partnership between Saban and Cirque du Soleil Media, brokered by CAA, includes a television series, web content, interactive content and merch. “One of the most important factors of our business philosophy is to examine the creative challenge it presents,” said Jacques Methe, president of Cirque du Soleil Media. “I am confident this is the start of an amazing partnership between two companies with similar artistic values.”

New episodes of Ben 10 Omniverse are back on Cartoon Network starting Saturday, Feb. 15 at 9a.

Disney Channel goes back to the drawing board Monday, March 3 at 5p, for the debut of Win, Lose or Draw. Disney Channel and Disney XD stars team up with kid contestants to compete in the battle of drawing skills hosted by Justin Willman (Cupcake Wars). The latest revisit of the game ditches the drawing pad for motion control illustration and interactive screen displays. Exec-produced by Scott St. John (Deal or No Deal) and produced by Summerdale Productions in association with ABC Media Group, the series’ preview ep that aired Jan. 17 was the day’s top telecast in its time period across K2-11, K6-11 and Tweens 9-14.
 
Grab your flashlight. Spooksville, based on the book series by Christopher Pike, makes its midseason return to Hub Network on Saturday, March 8 at 5p ET/2p PT.

Hey Kids! The call for entries in the third annual Cynopsis Kids !magination + People Awards is now open. The Awards honor the best children’s and family multiplatform programming and marketing, plus the outstanding execs in kids entertainment. This year, we will also be honoring an elite group of Animation Innovators. Entry deadline is Friday, March 14, and we will salute all winners on June 11, 2014, at the !magination Awards ceremony in NY. Please visit the awards website for info: http://www.cynopsis.com/events/kids-awards.

Sofia the First, second season, debuts on Disney Channel Friday, March 7 at 9:30a. The series was 2013’s No. 1 TV series among Girls 2-5 and the No. 2 cable series among K2-5. A few special episodes are planned this season. Snow White appears April 4, and other princesses – including Mulan, Tiana and Rapunzel – will also stop by. Guest voice cast for season two includes Alyson Hannigan, Ginnifer Goodwin and Melissa Rauch.

More power to Saban, which unleashes another generation of Power Rangers Power Rangers Dino Charge on Nickelodeon in 2015. Bandai America will continue to act as the global master toy licensee for the franchise, creating a new dinosaur themed product line.

BabyFirst is adding two new series to its summer lineup: iconic series Jay Jay the Jet Plane (Porchlight Entertainment) and Mitten the Kitten, an original live-action song and dance show that features popular BabyFirst characters. Additionally, the network is bringing back a new season of Juno Baby, the Emmy-winning musical series that combines original music with puppet characters.

Sonic Boom has gone from working title to official name for the new animated TV series featuring the iconic Sonic the Hedgehog, plus videogames for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, and a toy line. TV series is co-produced by Sega of America and OuiDO! Productions, and will debut on Cartoon Network in the U.S. and on Canal J and Gulli in France in 2014-15.

Nickelodeon‘s new animated literacy series Wallykazam! earned Nick its highest-rated premiere with K2-5 in almost 10 years on Feb. 3. The series airs weekdays at 1p.

The Fred Rogers Company announced a second season of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood for PBS Kids. Twenty-five new episodes are planned for the animated series, which debuted in 2012. The new episodes will begin airing later this year.

PRODUCTION NOTES

Teletoon Canada and ABC3 Australia are already onboard as broadcast partners for the animated series Winston Steinburger and Sir Dudley Ding Dong, from eOne Family, created in conjunction with Sticky Pictures. The show, in development and slated to debut in 2016, is aimed at kids 6-12 and follows the hijinks of three mismatched galaxy-exploring friends.

U.K. indie Acamar Films is working with Irish animation studio Brown Bag Films and London-based Tandem Films on new animated series Bing Bunny, based on the books by author and illustrator Ted Dewan. Acamar will be launching the new show with initial episodes available to view at MIPTV.

MORE KIDS NEWS

Disney/ABC Television Group, First Book and Disney Publishing Worldwide are running a cross-channel Literacy Campaign through March 31 to champion children’s literacy and provide books and educational resources to programs, schools and organizations serving children from low-income families. The campaign, “The Magic of Storytelling,” is being touted on social media, online, on radio, and on television via PSAs. Additionally, ABC’s Good Morning America will feature hosts talking about their favorite books.

DIGITAL UPDATE

After the successful launch of its Nick App, Nickelodeon is developing a Nick Jr. App for younger fans. “We’ve had success in the preschool apps we’ve launched so far but it’s not like a TV app, where it’s whole new experience that brings something new and creative in to how to find the content,” says James Stephenson, Nick SVP, content development for digital media.

Loonette and Molly are off the couch and into the digital age. Radical Sheep Productions and Sticky Brain Studios are bringing The Big Comfy Couch online 20 years after the preschool series launched, with a website, mobile apps, and an ebook to complement the show’s 100 eps.

Disney Interactive and Google have teamed up to premiere Blank: A Vinylmation Love Story, a 38-minute stop-motion animated film exclusively available on Google Play. After users view the free film, they are able to unlock a second short, Cranes in Love and access a digital Valentine’s experience online. The film is also receiving a limited release at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood and at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando, FL.

Christina Milan‘s Shelby Star brand has partnered with Emmy Award-winning animation producer Bill Schultz to develop a series of live action and animated shorts for digital distribution. The first video, based on the song It’s Gonna Happen will be available across multiple digital platforms.
Lionsgate and LeapFrog have announced a partnership to create a new four-part Letter Factory learning video series, starting with Letter Factory Adventures: The Letter Machine Rescue Team. The original Letter Factory DVD sold over 2.5 million copies; this new entry debuts for download, on DVD and in digital HD on March 4.

GAMES & APPS

Cartoon Network Enterprises launched a new Adventure Time: Card Wars mobile game based on the popular episode from the net’s comedy series. Created by D3Publisher and Kung Fu Factory, the game features 20 playable characters from the Land of Ooo, craftable cards, creatures, spells and more.  Adventure Time: Card Wars will soon be available for $3.99 with optional in-app purchases.

LICENSING

King Features Syndicate and The Hamilton Collection are taking to the field with a new series of collectible figurines featuring Betty Boop and NFL teams. Handcrafted, hand-painted and hand-numbered, the limited-edition co-branded Betty Boop-NFL figural bells have been licensed to The Hamilton Collection by the NFL and King Features Syndicate, the worldwide exclusive licensing agent for Betty Boop. 

Bandai America is the new master toy partner for Paris-based Zagtoon’s series Ladybug. The show is a co-production from French animation companies Zagtoon and Method Animation with Japan’s Toei Animation and has international partners such as SAM-G, AB International, Curlstone, SK Broadband, and its leading commissioner in France, TF1. Bandai plans to develop a globally-minded collection of dolls, role play, games and lifestyle products.

Genius Brands scored a roster of new licensing partners to create merchandise based on Stan Lee’s Mighty 7 (SLAM 7), the animated film trilogy debuting on Hub Network. New licensees include Factory Entertainment, Black Lantern, Zak Designs, Fame Jeans, Greensource, Adtn International and JCorp.

Entertainment One Licensing announced a new partnership with Jazwares, Inc. to develop a Peppa Pig line of toys that will tie in with the top-rated Nick Jr. TV series Peppa Pig. The toys are expected to be available to North American retailers in Spring 2015.

INTERNATIONAL

DreamWorks Animation and Barcelona-based animation studio Planeta Junior formed a multiyear TV distribution agreement across Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece and Turkey. Deal comprises 1,100-plus programming half-hours inspired by DreamWorks’ franchises and future films, including Turbo FAST and other series in production under the studio’s agreement with Netflix, plus the DreamWorks Classics library.

Disney Channels Latin America picked up live-action comedy series Worst Year of My Life Again!, produced by the Australian Children’s Television Foundation and Reflective Pictures. The series is currently being dubbed and will screen in Neutral Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese. Series is about a 13-year-old boy who has to relive an excruciating school year all over again.

Canada’s TVOKids is launching interstitial series Story Explorers, featuring short stories created, designed and told by Ontario kids. Episodes inspire kids to go online to the companion website to create their own tales while learning how to improve their reading and writing skills.

The London-based creator of Koala Brothers, David Johnson, and animation veteran Denis Russo formed a new company and acquired all rights to the animation series, which airs in 150 countries worldwide via broadcasters including CBeebies and the ABC Australia. Union Media will handle international distribution of the property going forward.

CBeebies picked up rights to Circle Square, about a community of characters living in a circle of houses around a village square, created by Brothers McLeod and producer Helen Brunsdon.

Germany’s RTL purchased 70-plus half-hours from 9 Story Entertainment, including series Numb Chucks, Peg + Cat, season two of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood and season 3 of Wild Kratts.

Splash Entertainment sold its feature film Dive Olly Dive and The Pirate Treasure to Discovery Kids Latin America, Lagardere in France and AKM Distribution in Russia and the CIS. The sales come on the heels of a recent successful theatrical launch in China.

Power Rangers, Megaforce, Power Rangers Super Megaforce and Digimon Fusion have been licensed to Cartoon Network Latin America for broadcast starting later this year. Cartoon Network Latin America will also be the agent behind licensing and merchandising of the Power Rangers franchise and Digimon Fusion.

IN MEMORIAM

Film’s first true child star, Shirley Temple Black, passed away on Feb. 10 at the age of 85. The actress, who had made over two dozen films and shorts before she was 6, received a Juvenile Academy Award in 1935. The top box office draw for several years during the 1930s, some of her best-remembered films include Curly Top, Bright Eyes, The Littlest Rebel and Heidi. Merchandise including dolls, clothing and dishes was licensed out under her name, and a non-alcoholic drink was named after her. The actress retired from filmmaking at age 21 and served separate terms as American ambassador in Ghana and Czechoslovakia.

EXECUTIVE MOVES

U.K.-based kids’ digital developer Dubit will open its first U.S. office with the appointment of Brad Schultz, former head of Moshi TV, as VP of Brand Strategy. Schultz, who most recently was at kids talent network Tryout, will oversee Dubit’s L.A.-based production facilities.

Natalie Dumoulin has taken a consulting role with Shaftesbury as Creative Producer. Based in the company’s Toronto office, Dumoulin will lead creative development and production across the company’s slate of kids and family content. She most recently served as Director of International Youth Development for Montreal-based Pixcom.


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Answer to Last Week’s Trivia Question: What’s the real name of the school Scooby, Scrappy and Shaggy go to teach at in Scooby Doo and the Ghoul School? Miss Grimwood’s Finishing School for Girls Kudos to: Ellery J. Locklear, Scollon Productions; David Stern, BARD Entertainment, NY; Jeremy St-Onge, Family Channel, Toronto.

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BY THE NUMBERS

Saturday Morning Ratings by Block  February 1, 2014

K2-11

NETWORK

RATING

000s

NICK

3.0

1192

DSNY

2.7

1076

TOON

1.5

584

DSJR

1.2

459

NKJR

0.6

255

DXD

0.6

243

CW

0.5

204

NKTN

0.4

140

NBC

0.3

102

SPRT

0.2

93

K6-11

NETWORK

RATING

000s

DSNY

2.8

655

NICK

2.7

633

TOON

1.7

414

DXD

0.8

193

NKTN

0.5

130

CW

0.5

126

DSJR

0.4

97

NKJR

0.3

60

NBC

0.1

30

CBS

0.1

26

K9-14

NETWORK

RATING

000s

DSNY

2.0

493

NICK

1.6

389

TOON

1.2

285

DXD

0.6

155

NKTN

0.5

132

CW

0.4

91

DSJR

0.1

31

NBC

0.1

29

CBS

0.1

23

NKJR

0.0

9

* Source: Disney from Nielsen Media Research. Based on Saturday morning viewing blocks from 7a-1p.

Top 10 Basic Cable Ratings for the week of Feb. 3-9, 2014

K2-11 Total Programming Day

NETWORK

RATING

000s

NICK

3.0

959

DSNY

2.5

777

TOON

1.3

426

DSJR

1.3

270

NAN

0.8

268

NKJR

0.7

187

ADSM

0.6

178

DXD

0.5

144

TNNK

0.4

95

NKTN

0.4

94

K2-11 Prime (Monday – Sunday 8-11p.m.)

NETWORK

RATING

000s

DSNY

3.3

1029

DSJR

1.6

343

NAN

1.5

466

NKJR

0.9

235

ADSM

0.7

228

DXD

0.7

202

NKTN

0.6

132

FAM

0.5

168

TNNK

0.5

121

SPRT

0.5

101

K2-11  (Monday-Sunday 6 a.m.-11 p.m.)

NETWORK

RATING

000s

NICK

3.0

959

DSNY

2.7

844

DSJR

1.5

326

TOON

1.3

426

NAN

1.2

380

NKJR

0.9

237

DXD

0.6

168

TNNK

0.5

114

SPRT

0.5

87

NKTN

0.4

87

K6-11 Total Programming Day

NETWORK

RATING

000s

DSNY

2.6

500

NICK

2.3

444

TOON

1.4

275

NAN

1.0

187

DXD

0.7

113

ADSM

0.6

109

TNNK

0.6

84

NKTN

0.4

62

DSJR

0.4

57

FAM

0.3

48

K6-11 Prime (Monday – Sunday 8-11p.m.)

NETWORK

RATING

000s

DSNY

4.0

771

NAN

1.7

336

DXD

1.0

167

ADSM

0.8

147

TNNK

0.7

109

NKTN

0.6

84

DSJR

0.6

80

FAM

0.5

103

USA

0.4

80

AMC

0.4

76

K6-11  (Monday-Sunday 6 a.m.-11 p.m.)

NETWORK

RATING

000s

DSNY

2.6

504

NICK

2.3

444

TOON

1.4

275

NAN

1.4

270

DXD

0.8

131

TNNK

0.7

102

DSJR

0.6

71

NKTN

0.4

57

NKJR

0.3

53

FAM

0.3

51

K9-14 Total Programming Day

NETWORK

RATING

000s

DSNY

2.2

444

NICK

1.4

277

TOON

1.0

207

NAN

0.9

179

ADSM

0.8

157

DXD

0.7

116

TNNK

0.6

89

MTV

0.4

76

FAM

0.3

54

NKTN

0.3

48

K9-14 Prime (Monday – Sunday 8-11p.m.)

NETWORK

RATING

000s

DSNY

3.4

679

NAN

1.4

284

ADSM

0.9

190

DXD

0.9

157

FAM

0.7

141

TNNK

0.7

110

AMC

0.6

128

USA

0.6

114

MTV

0.6

112

A&E

0.5

98

K9-14  (Monday-Sunday 6 a.m.-11 p.m.)

NETWORK

RATING

000s

DSNY

2.1

422

NICK

1.4

277

NAN

1.2

232

TOON

1.0

207

DXD

0.7

124

TNNK

0.7

106

MTV

0.4

76

FAM

0.3

57

AMC

0.3

57

USA

0.3

52

Source: Disney from Nielsen Media Research National MIT, ranked on coverage ratings

Viewing Type: Live + Same Day

K2-11  Top 10 Programs for the week of Jan. Feb. 3-9, 2014

DATE

PROGRAM

NETWORK

TIME

000s

2/8/14

SpongeBob

NICK

9-9:30a

1899

2/8/14

SpongeBob

NICK

9:30-10a

1846

2/8/14

SpongeBob

NICK

10-10:30a

1820

2/8/14

SpongeBob

NICK

8:30-9a

1722

2/8/14

Sanjay & Craig

NICK

10:30-11a

1669

2/8/14

Disney Mickey Mouse Short

DSNY

12:50-1p

1652

2/8/14

The Muppets

DSNY

11a-12:50p

1646

2/8/14

Sam & Cat

NICK

8-8:30p

1564

2/8/14

Haunted Hathaways

NICK

8:30-9p

1559

2/6/14

SpongeBob

NICK

6:30-7p

1540

K6-11  Top 10 Programs for the week of Jan. Feb. 3-9, 2014

DATE

PROGRAM

NETWORK

TIME

000s

2/8/14

Disney Mickey Mouse Short

DSNY

12:50-1p

1181

2/9/14

Liv and Maddie

DSNY

8-8:30p

1169

2/8/14

The Muppets

DSNY

11a-12:50p

1167

2/8/14

Sam & Cat

NICK

8-8:30p

1163

2/9/14

Austin & Ally

DISNEY

9-9:30p

1156

2/8/14

Haunted Hathaways

NICK

8:30-9p

1151

2/9/14

I Didn’t Do It

DSNY

8:30-9p

1072

2/8/14

Thundermans

NICK

9-9:30p

1067

2/8/14

SpongeBob

NICK

9-9:30a

997

2/8/14

SpongeBob

NICK

10-10:30a

992

Source: Turner Research based on Total US Television Universe of 115,800,000 homes.


Weekend box office estimates for the 10 top-grossing kids/tween/teen movies rated G, PG or PG-13, provided by Rentrak for Feb. 7-9, 2014:

LEGO Movie (Warner Bros.) PG-13 $69.11 million (weekend) $69.11 million (1-week cume)
Ride Along (Universal) $9.39 million PG-13 (weekend) $105 million (4-week cume)
Frozen (Disney) PG $6.91 million (weekend)  $368 million (12-week cume)
Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters (The Weinstein Co.) PG-13 $4.10 million (weekend) $4.10 million (1-week cume)
The Nut Job PG (Open Road) $3.81 (weekend) $55.08 (4-week cume)
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (Paramount) PG-13 $3.60 million (weekend) $44.47 million (4-week cume)
Labor Day (Paramount) PG-13 $3.23 million (weekend) $10.17 million (2-day cume)
Gravity (Warner Bros.) PG-13 $1.69 million (weekend) $266 million (19-week cume)
Philomena (The Weinstein Co.) PG-13 $809,000 (weekend) $28.68 million (12-week cume)
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (Warner Bros.) PG-13 $700,000 (weekend)  $255 million (9-week cume)


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