Singapore November 30, 2016: Bomanbridge Media, a Singapore-based content distribution and production agency, continues to ramp up its catalogue with the addition of animated series Mojicons, from Denmark’s Ink Group. Mojis, which we use in our daily mobile messages, come to life in an adorable, animated series, Mojicons (26 x 12′).
This animated TV series shows the behind-the-scenes world of the Internet, which is populated by Mojicons – the innumerable emoticons we routinely use in email communication and mobile messaging. Ironically this zany bunch of condensed emotions is clueless as to how the Web works. When a mysterious digital villain steals the “@” sign – thus halting electronic correspondence – the Mojicons have to embark on an awe-inspiring and dangerous quest to restore their system. If only they knew what the system was! Many a jaw will drop on both sides of the screen as the Internet universe reveals its secrets to both the Mojicons and the kids watching their crazy adventures.
“Bomanbridge is a content trend-setter in Asia and we have been actively scouring the globe for the next big program ideas. Mojicons is this calibre of show, picking up on the intense and popular use of emojis around the world. Asians are very connected to their phones and emojis have taken on a life of their own. The series is extremely commercial – it’s funny, and has a great take on today’s internet culture,” said Sonia Fleck, CEO of Bomanbridge Media.
Adds Ink Global Director Claus Tømming: “We are delighted to be working with Bomanbridge in brining Mojicons to Asia. It’s a fantastic piece of storytelling that kids will love and I’m sure it won’t be long before we’re celebrating new Asian broadcasting deals.”
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