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Justin Time Lands New International Deals

Guru Studio’s extremely popular preschool series Justin Time has recently scored a bunch of new home entertainment and music deals in Canada, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and the US. The deals include Cinedigm, which has acquired the TVOD and home video rights to all 52 episodes of the series in the US and Canada, with plans to release three DVDs in Spring 2014. The company currently holds ...


Guru Expands Publishing Platform with New Justin Time Book

Guru Studio and its partner Immedium have recently announced the release of a new Justin Time book titiled “The Big Pet Story,” marking the franchise’s second foray into the print world. The book will be distributed by Immedium through Barns & Noble (US), Chapters Indigo (Canada), Amazon, local independent bookstores throughout North America, and on their own website. The ...


Guru Studio Signs Multi-Territory Deal With Netflix for Justin Time

Guru Studio has recently announced their first ever multi-territory deal with content distribution juggernaut Netflix for the popular preschool series Justin Time. Under the deal, Netflix gets VOD rights to Justin Time for the US and UK regions for seasons 1 and 2, and for the Latin American region for season 1. Justin Time will be launched on Netflix in the US and UK starting April 1st, 2013 ...


Guru Studio’s JUSTIN TIME Gets New Broadcasters All Over the Globe

Guru Studio’s hit preschool series Justin Time is getting ready to take over the world, as seasons 1 and 2 have been acquired by Nick Jr. France, while Disney Australia, YLE Finland, and Hop! Channel Israel have all snagged the new season 2 of the show. Season 1 of Justin Time (26 x 11) is already airing in over 70 countries via top kids broadcasters all over the globe, including Sprout ...


Guru Studio Launches Interactive and 2D Divisions

Guru Studio has recently announced that they will be expanding two key business areas, Interactive Content and 2D Animation, and will see their staffing increase by over 40%. The new 2D Animation division is meant to complement the studio’s award-winning capabilities in CGI, and will be helmed by veteran Guru producer Amy Robson. The department will be focusing on content for older-skewing ...

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