All Eyes on DIC

Grala, Alyson
May 2006
License!;May2006, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p32
Trade Publication
The article reports on the marketing tandem of DIC Entertainment and CBS to open up a Saturday morning kids' programming block on the station. DIC will launch the block with six animated and live action sows, such as Madeline, The Animated Series and Trollz. No merchandise will be marketed in the first season. Instead, the said programs will be allowed to capture their respective audiences.


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