Kids’ TV maker Jam Media to raise €28 million to fund productions
Meddlers will be a comedy series for six to 11-year-olds
Animation studio Jam Media is looking to raise €28 million in funding for three new children’s TV productions.
Meddlers will be a comedy series for six to 11-year-olds that follows a race of tiny indestructible beings that are invisible to adults.
King Dom, an 11-minute 52-episode preschool series, follows the newly crowned monarch of King Street, Dom, who wants to be the best king ever by giving everyone what they request, from a...
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