NEWS & ARCHIVES

2007

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June
Mediacorp picks up Nanoboy
Scrawl Studios has inked a deal with Mediacorp TV12 to bring animated superhero Adventure series, Nanoboy (13x26') and pre-school series Milly, Molly (13x26') to audiences in Singapore.
April
Cookie Jar Entertainment secures distribution for Nanoboy
Scrawl Studios closes a deal with Cookie Jar Entertainment to distribute 26 half-hour episodes of animation series Nanoboy in North America and Europe. Close on the heels of this deal, Scrawl Studios is set to conclude an agreement with the Media Development Authority to co-invest S$1 million for the 2nd season of Nanoboy. Pre-production commences in June and the full 26-part series is expected to be delivered in fall 2008. The project is worth S$7 million.
March
Milly, Molly secures strong pre-sales
Scrawl Studios' production, Milly, Molly (26x11') secured strong pre-sales in the lead-up to MIPTV, with deals inked with Australia Broadcasting Corporation, ATV, Radiotelev and TV Ontario, in deals worth more than US$500,000 in total. The strong response to this unique and endearing pre-school series based on a popular publishing title will provide great leverage for the TV market in Cannes in April 2007.
February
Nanoboy goes mobile
In its first forage into the interactive platform, the world's smallest animated superhero, Nanoboy, will get his very own mobile game complete with germ busting gadgets and powers! Scrawl Studios will develop a platform game for its original creation, Nanoboy. The project, worth S$50,000, will be the first in a slate of interactive content based on the property. This will include casual mobile games, mobisodes and interactive mobile comics. The interactive content is set to be launched in October 2007.
January
YTV picks up Clang Invasion
Clang Invasion, Scrawl Studios' original property, has been pre-sold to Canada's YTV. The animated series (26x22' or 52x11') to be delivered in fall 2007, is developed by Singapore's Scrawl Studios and supported by the Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA) in co-production with DECODE Entertainment, YTV and established Hong Kong animation company Agogo Entertainment Ltd.