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More sales for Zip Zip

Kids-logo-460_2Zip ZipPopular animated series Zip Zip has been picked up by broadcasters in Spain and Central Europe.

Spanish pubcaster RTVE has now bought the series for Clan, the top kids channel in Spain. In the central and eastern European region it has been picked up by pan-regional service Megamax, which is part of the AMC Networks International portfolio.

Slapstick toon Zip Zip was originally commissioned by French pubcaster France Télévisions for its France 3 channel. Super RTL then acquired it, as did Disney, which took pay rights in France and for a raft of other European and international territories.

All of the sales deals were struck by Paris-based Go-N, which produces and distributes Zip Zip. It has also previously sold the show to SVT in Sweden, SIC in Portugal and DSTV kids in Africa.

The series follow a group of wild animals who move to the big city to enjoy what they think will be the good life with a suburban family, disguising themselves as domestic pets using zip-up costumes.