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MILO CELEBRATES LABOR DAY IN ITALY WITH 8 EPISODES

30 Apr - 2024

Tags from the story: DeAPlaneta Entertainment, TIMVision.

DeAPlaneta Entertainment has announced that on May 1st, on the occasion of Labor Day, 8 special episodes of Milo will be available on Italian on-demand TV platform TimVision.

The eight episodes will be translated into Italian Sign Language (LIS) for deaf and cognitively impaired children, and with an audio-description version for blind and visually impaired children.

These episodes will reach an increasingly broad and diverse audience by conveying the defining values of Milo: optimism, empathy, and a commitment to diversity and inclusiveness, while introducing preschoolers to a variety of professions in a positive, fun way whose underlying message is that all jobs are AMAZING.

The first 25 episodes of the 1st season of Milo (consisting of 52 episodes of 11 minutes each) are already available on TimVision. Milo, which is already broadcasted on more than 170 countries and has been dubbed into more than 20 languages, follows the adventures of Milo and his good friends Lofty and Lark, who use role play to explore the wonderful world of vocations – from doctors and mechanics, to hairdressers, chefs and postal workers, introducing preschoolers to a variety of professions in a positive, fun way.

The quality of the animation and relevance of its message helped Milo win the prize for Best Children’s series at the prestigious British Animation Awards in 2022, and Bronze at the New York Festivals TV & Film Awards that same year. This year, Milo was one of the finalists in the Best International Animated Series category at 2024 British Animation Awards.

DeAPlaneta Entertainment launched recently the official App of Milo, which is currently available worldwide in five languages: Spanish, Italian, English, French and Portuguese. Season two of this successful award-winning pre-school animated show premiered recently in the UK and will be released worldwide in Fall 2024.

Milo is produced by Fourth Wall and DeAPlaneta Entertainment, an industry-leading European entertainment company. The production was backed by the UK government-funded Young Audiences Content Fund, managed by the BFI, which fosters the development of distinctive, high-quality content for young audiences.


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