Sun TV acquires three animated series from Cyber Group Studios for Chutti TV
MUMBAI: Sun TV Network has acquired three animated series from French animation studio Cyber Group Studios for its Tamil kids channel Chutti TV. The three animated series are ‘Tales of Tatonka’, ‘G-Fighters’, and ‘Animalia’.
Sun TV Network will start broadcasting these series before the end of the year in India and Sri Lanka.
Cyber Group Studios SVP Sales Acquisitions and New Media Raphaelle Mathieu said, “India is a strategic market, and we are particularly proud to strengthen our collaboration with SUN TV by providing for the second time quality and entertaining programs for SUN TV’s demanding young audience. We are looking forward to developing this key partnership in the next future. We strongly believe Chutti TV will be a great place for our programs!”
Sun TV Network kids cluster and content acquisition head Kavitha Jaubin added, “We at Sun Network embrace international content as much as we do in locally produced content, by bringing the world to the living rooms of every household. The newest addition to the assortment is the recent acquisition from Cyber group. The group which has always been pro-active in showcasing content befitting the channel’s tone has done it once again. We are placing faith in G-fighters, Tales of Tatonka and Animalia, which has it all- action, adventure and most importantly entertainment. We are as excited as our little audience, as we unwrap the brand-new titles on our channels shortly! Curtains up and the show begins!”