Main

  • Children's television

    Children's television

    • This piglix contains articles or sub-piglix about Children's television

    • Children's television awards


    • Children's television in the United States


    • Television series by DHX Media

    • This piglix contains articles or sub-piglix about Television series by DHX Media


      Wikipedia
    • DreamWorks Classics

    • This piglix contains articles or sub-piglix about DreamWorks Classics


      Wikipedia
    • Television series by FilmFair

    • This piglix contains articles or sub-piglix about Television series by FilmFair


      Wikipedia
    • Children's television networks


    • Children's television presenters


    • Children's television series


    • Smurfs on television


    • 4Licensing Corporation

    • 4Licensing Corporation

      The 4Licensing Corporation (formerly known as 4Kids Entertainment and until November 16, 1995, Leisure Concepts, Inc.) is an American licensing company. The company was previously also a film and television production company that English-dubbed Japanese anime through its subsidiary 4Kids Productions between 1992 and 2 ... Read »


      Wikipedia
    • Australian Children's Television Foundation


    • CBBC idents

    • Throughout the years, Children's BBC, and later CBBC and CBeebies, have used a number of different identities. The branding of the stranded service is distinctive both in the past and at present. Prior to the launch of Children's BBC on 9 September 1985, BBC1 had used some branding for its children's strand. The o ... Read »


      Wikipedia
    • Cinekid Festival

    • The Cinekid Festival is the largest international film, television and new media festival for children aged 4 to 14 held at the Westergasfabriek in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It started as a small children's film festival and has now grown into a large organisation that develops activities for children in the areas of fil ... Read »


      Wikipedia
    • Cookie Jar (company)

    • DHX Cookie Jar

      266 King St. West, 2nd FloorToronto, ON M5V 1H8, CanadaInternational offices London, United Kingdom Paris, France Burbank, California, United States DHX Cookie Jar Inc. (doing business as Cookie Jar, and formerly known as Cinar) is a Canadian producer of children’s entertainment, consumer products and educational ... Read »


      Wikipedia
    • DIC Entertainment

    • DiC Entertainment

      DiC Entertainment (pronunciation: /ˈdik/) was an international film and television production company. The company was also known as The Incredible World of DiC, DiC Audiovisuel, DiC Enterprises, DIC Animation City and DIC Productions at various times in its history. In 2008, DIC was acquired by the Cookie Jar Group ... Read »


      Wikipedia
    • DreamWorks Classics

    • DreamWorks Classics

      DreamWorks Classics is an American entertainment company owned by DreamWorks Animation, a subsidiary of NBCUniversal. It was founded as Classic Media in May 2000 by Eric Ellenbogen and John Engelman. The studio's library consists of acquired intellectual property catalogs and character brands as well as the licensing r ... Read »


      Wikipedia
    • Entertainment Rights

    • Entertainment Rights

      Entertainment Rights Plc was a global media company. Its main business was in children's and family television programming. The group was established in 1989 as Sleepy Kids; it was renamed in 1999 to Entertainment Rights and was focused on the creation and exploitation of major children's characters and brands. On 1 A ... Read »


      Wikipedia
    • FilmFair

    • FilmFair was a production company and animation studio that produced children's television series, animated cartoons, educational films, and television advertisements. The company is perhaps best remembered for its stop-motion films using puppets, clay animation, and cutout animation. FilmFair was founded by Ameri ... Read »


      Wikipedia
    • Keep Your Enemies Close

    • Keep Your Enemies Close is a British children's game show that tests best friends by wrenching them apart and forcing them to keep their enemies close and work with their rivals instead. To get ahead, the friends must compete alongside their enemies and tackle challenges in the name of friendship. Four pairs of best f ... Read »


      Wikipedia
    • LGBT children's television programming


    • Nick Video

    • Nick Video

      Nick Video (known as TurboNick in international markets) is an online Nickelodeon-branded broadband channel that launched in 2005 as TurboNick. It features up to 15 hours of new programming every week and includes advertising. In its soft launch phase that commenced July 1, 2005, TurboNick garnered more than 1.25 ... Read »


      Wikipedia
    • Polka Dot Productions

    • Ferry Boat Fred is an Australian children's programme which was first broadcast in 1992 on ABC. The main character is a ferry on Sydney Harbour named Fred, along with his older sister Kate, two other ferries, Lou and Bill, as well as Jean, a really jolly and colourful submarine. There is also the Captain, a Koala who i ... Read »


      Wikipedia
    • Children's television series


    • Weekday cartoon

    • A weekday cartoon was the colloquial term for the animated television programming that was typically scheduled on weekday mornings and afternoons in the United States on many major television networks and in broadcast syndication from the 1960s to present. Weekday cartoons began as far back as the early 1960s on c ... Read »


      Wikipedia
    • Zodiac Entertainment

    • Zodiac Entertainment was an American entertainment company that specialized in the production and distribution of animated cartoons. The company was founded in 1989 by Central Independent Television, a British media company that was aiming to establish a television production company in the United States. Two veterans ... Read »


      Wikipedia
    • Zoe and Charlie

    • Zoe and Charlie is a TVO Kids English retitle of the French series of animated shorts Léa et Gaspard which still airs on Unis. It began airing in 1994 and still airs in 2016. It had 26 episodes each 5 minutes long, and Alain Jaspard is the co-screenwriter, and it was directed by Gilles Gay. Zoe and Charlie at the ... Read »


      Wikipedia
    Wikipedia
  • What Else?

    • Children's television

Extras