8am: Children's animation group TV-Loonland has signed a raft of deals with international broadcasters in Europe and Latin America.
Children's animation group TV-Loonland has signed a raft of deals with international broadcasters in Europe and Latin America.

The indie has sold its new animated 80-minute film Heidi, a Telemagination and Nelvana co-production, to RTE in Ireland, TF1 Video in France, and Concorde in Germany, together with 75-minute film Lion of Oz.

The licence for Enchanted Tales, has sold to Croatian broadcaster Blitz, UK video company Entry Line, and Spanish marketing company Motion Pictures.

Spanish broadcasters Disney Spain, and TV3 Catalunya have bought Clifford the Big Red Dog and Captain Star respectively, while Barcelona Multimedia has bough the DVD licence for Little Ghosts.

Swedish broadcaster SVT has extended its licence for Little Ghosts and Letters from Felix, broadcast on its children's channel Barnakanalen. Hop Channel in Israel has also secured the rights for Letters from Felix. In addition, Swedish broadcaster YLE has bought 26 episodes of Connie the Cow.

ITV has purchased Christmas special The Last Polar Bears for the fifth time, while RTP Portugal and Globosat Brazil have bought Da Mob. Free TV provider Recall Colombia has also bought the licence rights for Clifford the Big Red Dog.

Cartoon Network Latin America has bought the licence for My Little Pony, as has Chilean home entertainment provider Quality Films, which has also bought the licence for My Little Pony -The Movie, Jem and Jem - the Movie.

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