Bomanbridge Media announces multiple kids deals in Asia

Singapore February 10 2017:  Bomanbridge Media, a Singapore-based content distribution and production agency announced multiple kids’ title sales with Celestial South East Asia, Indosiar Indonesia, and PCCW Hong Kong.

Celestial South East Asia acquired the Mandarin version of South Korean animation Woorooroo on Miao Mi channel. This educational animation based on Carl Gustav Jung’s Typological Theory (1921) of children’s social behavior features 8 different animal characters teaching children how to care and help each other out through various situations.

Indosiar selected a package of kids’ titles including Woorooroo and two other titles from Singapore’s top animation company ONE ANIMATION, Oddbods and Insectibles. Oddbods is a sketch-based series following the adventures of seven adorable Oddbods each with a distinct personality that would appeal to adults and children alike while Insectibles brings you into a world of micro proportions with macro adventures, when the main protagonists Zak and Grandpa accidentally shrinks both down to the size of insects due to Grandpa’s invention.

PCCW Hong Kong also acquired Oddbods 

“Bomanbridge is delighted that our stellar kids’ titles are offering excellent rating performance in the Asian region. Our broadcast partners look to us to bring to them top-quality Kids and Animation series and we deliver that through our excellent producers. Bomanbridge is pleased to share these Asian-produced programs with audiences in the region,” said Sonia Fleck, CEO of Bomanbridge Media.

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