The audience of Hungary will see animated series «Leo and Tig» on MTVA net
The largest national media holding of Hungary has acquired media rights to the animated series «Leo and Tig».
The series Leo and Tig is produced by Parovoz studio on VGTRK request and adapted for international sales by Digital Television. The broadcast deal for the animated series is made between national media holding of Hungary MTVA and Signal Media company that distributes the content adapted by Digital Television.
It is not the first time that Hungarian broadcaster marks out Russian animated series. In February 2017, MTVA purchased 250 episodes of such popular projects as Be-Be-Bears, Paper Tales, Magic Lantern.
Holding MTVA controls six television channels including kids&family channel M2 and online cinema Teleteka.hu which has separate module of films and shows for children.
LEO & TIG ANIMATED SERIES
Leo and Tig is a story how leopard Leo, tiger Tig, and their friends live. Every day little animals play, have fun and make new discoveries. Friends explore amazing nature and phenomena of Primorsky Krai, learn something new about the world around them and its inhabitants. With twisted adventures, Leo and Tig learn to be kind, friendly, to help each other and respect the nature.
ABOUT THE CARTOON
Main characters portray real and rare species of cat family listed in the Red Book. Today there are about 520 of Amur tigers and less than 80 of Far Eastern leopards left in Russia.
Leo and Tig premiered on MOOLT and Tlum HD channels on October 2016. The cartoon has become one of the main hits of the year on Youtube service. Today television audience of the animated series reaches tens of millions of people. On march 2017, Leo and Tig was rewarded with a special prize from Reed Midem Company in the category Animated Series with the Largest International Potential during the 22 Open Russian Animated Film Festival in Suzdal. International analytic company Eurodata TV Worldwide noted high technology process of production of the Russian animated series.
Interactive Moolt publishing house released educational mobile app based on Leo and Tig animated series. Children with their friends can play any of the characters. Adventures of the heroes that have not been filmed yet are available in App Store and Google Play.