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EDUTAINMENT LICENSING FOR BINO&FINO

23 Oct - 2019

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Edutainment Licensing are delighted to have secured the global digital distribution rights for Bino and Fino, a 2D animated edutainment series for boys and girls aged 2 to 6 years

The adventure based series aims to educate and entertain children about the wonderful continent of Africa and is available in English, French, Portuguese, German, Dutch as well as local African languages including Yoruba, Swahili, Igbo, Hausa and Twi.

Bino and Fino are a brother and sister who live in a modern day city in Africa.

In each episode, with the help of their friend Zeena the Magic Butterfly and their family, they discover and learn things about Africa and focus on topics such as culture, geography, social skills, science and more.

The show celebrates the African continent and its culture and makes sure that children are learning useful educational lessons while watching via their mobile devices, PCs and smart TVs.

“Digital distribution has opened up a world of educational children’s shows that wouldn’t typically find on a larger global children’s network but there is demand for. We are looking forward to working with Edutainment licensing to bring Bino and Fino to more children around the world” said Ibrahim Waziri, the head of Business Development at EVCL.

We look forward to working with Ibrahim and the EVCL team and to introducing he adventures of Bino and Fino to our existing partners and establishing new relationships as we continue to bring creativity and enthusiasm to children’s digital distribution.

For more information on Edutainment Licensing please visit –

http://www.edutainmentlicensing.com

For further information on Bino & Fino please visit –

https://binoandfinoshop.com


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