Madrid – Vme Media and BRB Internacional have sealed at MIPCOM an accord for U.S. Hispanic audiences in the United States. The television channel, the first that broadcasts in Spanish throughout America, will air various BRB productions, including international hits, Bernard (156 x 3’), Mica (26 x 15’), Zoobabu (104 x 2’) and Kambu (52 x 7’). This is the first step in a long-term agreement between the two entertainment-sector companies that will be progressively widened in the future.
In this first phase of the accord, Vme and BRB Internacional have agreed on various animation series for broadcast in the U.S. Hispanic markets in the United States – and some feature-length films, too, such as My Friend Bernard – aimed at pre-school and family audiences. The agreement includes the dissemination of these productions both on Vme’s television network that reaches 70M U.S. households and via its video-on-demand services.
Emilie Pasquet, Sales Chief at BRB Internacional, said, “We are thrilled with becoming a partner of Vme, a channel that really emphasises the quality of its productions for the pre-school target audience in a very important market for us in the new digital panorama, both for kids and their parents.”