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Sinking Ship wins three Daytime Emmy Awards

The Toronto-based production company picked up awards for Odd Squad (pictured) and Dino Dan: Trek’s Adventures.


Sinking Ship lifts Christin Simms to head of development

The promotion follows greenlights for new series Playdate and Dino Dana.

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Breakthrough sells over 100 hours to Asian broadcasters

Toronto-based Breakthrough Entertainment has locked down a number of Asian deals for its library, including The Adventures of Napkin Man (pictured), heading into ATF.

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Lynn Chadwick to lead new division at Sinking Ship

The former Corus Entertainment acquisitions exec will helm the indie kids producer’s new foreign distribution arm.

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Sinking Ship Ent’s Dino Dan TV show gets iReader treatment

Books apps publisher Ruckus Media is releasing three story-driven digital apps based on the popular Canadian TV show about dinosaurs.

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Dino Dan gets Ruckus app treatment

Toronto’s Sinking Ship has granted rights to the U.S. mediaco to develop interactive e-books and storybooks in addition to story-based apps based on the popular kids series.

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TVO, TVA and Nick Jr. dig up more Dino Dan

The nets have ordered up an additional 52 11-min eps of the live-action and CGI series from Toronto’s Sinking Ship Entertainment, which is expanding to accommodate the work.

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Breakthrough sells 200 hours to Middle East

Breakthrough Entertainment has completed a number of programming deals with several broadcasters across the territory.

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Secure and protect digital content rights, indie producers warned at iLunch 9

The biggest keys to success with ancillary toy, merch and digital rights? Know what you own and what you want to accomplish.

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Dino Dan gets Latin America representation at NATPE

Spanish distributor Imira Entertainment is representing Breakthrough Entertainment’s Dino Dan in Latin America.

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Dino Dan takes Shaw Rocket

Dino Dan has landed the 2010 Shaw Rocket Prize. The show, produced by Toronto’s Sinking Ship Entertainment, beat out four other finalists to take the $50,000 prize.

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Shaw Rocket Prize finalists announced

The Shaw Rocket Fund, the not-for-profit corporation dedicated to supporting Canadian youth and family television programming, has announced the five finalists for this year’s $50,000 prize awarded to the best Canadian program targeted to children between the ages of six and 12.