Dailymotion and Canalplay Infinity in France and Hopster in the UK have acquired 345 hours of kids programming from Canadian vendor Nelvana Enterprises.
Video site Dailymotion has bought BEYBLADE: Metal Fusion, BEYBLADE: Metal Masters, BEYBLADE: Metal Fury, BEYBLADE: Shogun Steel, Franklin and a number of Franklin specials.
Canal+-owned Canalplay Infinity has taken a package of BEYBLADE: Shogun Steel, Hot Wheels Battle Force 5 and Franklin specials; while kids app service Hopster gets episodes of Babar, Babar and the Adventures of Badou, Little Bear, Maggie and the Ferocious Beast and Max & Ruby.
Distributor Nelvana is part of the Canadian media group Corus Entertainment.
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23 October 2020 @ 09:29:38 UTC