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4 Mar - 2020

Tags from the story: Media I.M., Sunny Bunnies, YoBoHo.

Sunny Bunnies will be featured on the HooplaKidz Network across Asia, Latin America and Caribbean regions

YoBoHo New Media, home to the all-kids-favorite IP Hooplakidz and Annie & Ben, has signed a deal to license the popular kids show Sunny Bunnies, distributed by Media I.M., an international content distribution company specializing in the sale of premium family entertainment and animation. Sunny Bunnies will be featured on the HooplaKidz network, across Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean regions.

Sunny Bunnies is a non-dialogue action comedy, targeting an audience ages three to six years old. The Sunny Bunnies are five beaming balls of light that can appear anywhere there is a light source. Whether it is sunlight or moonlight, they bring fun and happiness everywhere they go. However, each time they appear their actions turn into a mischievous game. Sometimes too mischievous.

We are very pleased to be starting our collaboration with YoBoHo’s HooplaKidz channels,” says Irina Nazarenko, Joint Managing Director, Media I.M. “We are delighted that our bunnies will be able to entertain and bring joy and laughter to a larger audience.

YoBoHo brings a wealth of expertise to the partnership and with more than 1.5 billion monthly views, 90 owned and operated channels, and a library of 15,000 children’s videos. YoBoHo is among the top educational networks worldwide present on YouTube for toddlers and preschoolers. Its most successful IP includes HooplaKidz, All Babies Channel, Annie & Ben, HooplaKidz, Teehee Town, and KidsCamp.

Sunny Bunnies is a brilliant non-dialogue comedy show which has been a hit among kids,” said Hitendra Merchant, CEO, YoBoHo New Media. “Our objective is to help Sunny Bunnies reach out to newer audiences with YoBoHo’s vast reach and network, along with expertise in kids content programming.

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