Sony Wonder gets animated

Schneider, Michael
May 1998
Electronic Media;05/04/98, Vol. 17 Issue 19, p75
States that Sony Wonder, the children's and family arm of Sony Music has acquired Sunbow Entertainment, which produces the animated Nickelodeon series `Brothers Flub,' and the Discovery Channel's `Salty's Lighthouse.' Indication that Sunbow has been looking for a strategic partner for some time according to Sunbow's president, C.J. Kettler; When Sony Wonder was launched; Comments made by Ted Green, president of Sony Wonder.

Tags: SONY Wonder (Company);  SUNBOW Entertainment Co.;  CABLE television networks


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