Singapore, July 12, 2016: Leading Singapore-based production/distribution agency, Bomanbridge Media, announced it signed a partnership deal with South Korea’s Studio Keystone, a subsidiary of children’s educational organization, Keystone Group. The contract was signed during SPP (Seoul Promotion Plan) 2016, which is organized by the Seoul Metropolitan Government & SBA (Seoul Business Agency). Bomanbridge will represent Studio Keystone’s top animated kids’ property WooRooRoo, in the Asia Pacific. The WooRooRoo series is based on educational curriculum.
“Bomanbridge is thrilled to partner with Studio Keystone, a division of Keystone Group – one of the most prestigious educational companies in Korea. Their high quality, entertaining and informative show WooRooRoo is going to be a clear success in the Asian region where educational curriculum is highly sought after. We look forward to furthering the reach of the series and educational brand in Asia. We expect a rewarding and fruitful partnership with Studio Keystone,” said Sonia Fleck, CEO of Bomanbridge Media.
“Keystone is very pleased to partner with Bomanbridge Media, well respected leading distribution and production company in Asia. Bomanbridge is known around the world for its premium programming catalog and top industry contacts. We trust them to take our special flagship property, WooRooRoo to new heights,” said Ju-Hyon SONG, CEO of Studio Keystone.
About Studio Keystone
Keystone Group, owners of children’s educational centers in South Korea since 2002, believes that education and culture are the keystones to creating a more enriching society. Media Keystone – the division of the company overlooking media initiatives – launched Studio Keystone in 2013 to produce animated children’s educational content. The studio employs professional animators and producers with an aim to expand on the company’s child education business through animated character-based programs. The first cultural and educational brand is WooRooRoo, featuring 8 animated characters who teach children how to take care of each other.
In January 2015, Media Keystone opened the first WooRooRoo Kids’ Club, a multi-entertainment and education complex in ShinZhen China, featuring a kids’ café, child education center, and character shop. Media Keystone’s other education-based businesses include publishing a monthly publication called Polaris – the largest child education content publication in Korea; and operating its own R&D Center for Child Education that manages an English Camp, Math – History Competence Contest, and provides teaching and learning materials for teachers and students. Keystone Group is taking its educational businesses globally and plans to expand its on/off-line education branches throughout Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, and Northern America to Europe with its character products licensing business and contents service.
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