Two Russian animated series “Mi-mi-bear” and “Fabulous patrol” – first entered the top 30 most popular television projects in the world for children. It is reported by RIA “Novosti” with reference to the press service of the company “Digital TV”. The rating was compiled on the results of the review of the television MIPJunior, held in mid-October in Cannes.

As a result, “mi-Mi-bear” has occupied 15-e a place “Fabulous patrol” – 27-E. Both the cartoon was created by animation Studio “Locomotive” for the company “Digital TV” TV “Cartoon” and Ani.

In total, the MIPJunior there were more than 1.3 thousand animated series and children’s programmes from around the world. Top-30 is based on the number of views of children’s programs global buyers.

“No Russian animated series not were among the most viewed TV content buyers from different countries who are looking for the most interesting TV projects are well versed in the content and is able to assess the potential success of the cartoons”, – quotes a press-service “Digital television” the words of the representative of teleconferences MIPJunior and MIPCOM in Russia, Ukraine and CIS countries Oleksandra Modestova.

According to Modestova, getting into the top 30 of two national series testifies to the high quality and the right marketing strategies for their international promotion.

The series premiere of “mi-Mi-bear”, which tells about the adventures of Kesha brown bear and polar bear Clouds, took place in April of 2015 on the channel “Cartoon”. “Fabulous patrol” airs on channel Ani, and tells about four young witches.

The top 30 also includes an animated series created in the United States, France, Britain and Germany. Participation in the review of MIPJunior was hosted by Russian animation projects “Papers” (Paper Tales), “Arkady Locomotives to the rescue” (Rolando Locomotov), “the Magic lantern” (Magic Lantern) and “Leo and TIG” (Leo & Tig), but they are such impressive results as “mi-Mi-bear” and “Fabulous patrol” is not achieved.



“Mi-mi-bear” and “Fabulous patrol” entered the top 30 most popular children’s projects around the world 26.10.2016

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