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Fred Rogers Productions Adds New Partners for Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

DaneilTiger_RideOnFred Rogers Productions expanded its roster of licensing partners for the preschool brand Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood. 9 Story Media Group’s 9 Story Brands will further expand the property’s reach across a range of consumer products categories, including ride-ons, sound books, footwear, health and beauty, and more. The new product line was featured at Licensing Expo last month.  Read the rest of this entry »

The Fred Roger’s Co., Cottage Door Press to Launch Electronic Sound Books for Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

FredRogers_CottageDoorThe Fred Rogers Co. partnered with Cottage Door Press to develop a range of electronic sound books for Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood. The independent publisher of children’s books will introduce a range of interactive board books featuring audio from the preschool series on PBS KIDS. The books will be available next fall.

The first three titles in the interactive book series—two song books and a Think & Find with Daniel—will be available at major retailers, including bookstores, e-commerce, warehouse clubs, and specialty outlets throughout North America.

The Fred Rogers Co. to Premiere Season Four of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood on PBS KIDS

DanielTigersThe Fred Rogers Co. will debut a fourth season of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, the preschool series that airs on PBS KIDS. The new season is expected to premiere next summer, featuring 20 episodes, including a one-hour special.

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood continues to be one of the most streamed shows, averaging over 40 million streams per month. More than 4.5 million Daniel Tiger books have been published to date, and downloads of the apps, music, and episodes continue to rank high on iTunes.

The Fred Rogers Co., Mills Entertainment to Kickoff Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Live! Tour Next Month

DanielTigersThe Fred Rogers Co. and Mills Entertainment partnered to debut the Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood LIVE! King For A Day musical based on the PBS KIDS preschool series. For a complete list of tour dates, ticket links, and more information, visit danieltigerlive.com.

Audiences will embark on a musical adventure to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, where Daniel learns what it takes to be King: kindness. The show will feature favorite characters, new songs, and surprise guests. Read the rest of this entry »

New Episodes of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood to Premiere Beginning Next Month

DanielTiger_KingDanielNew episodes of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood will debut in the beginning of September with the premiere of the half hour special “King Daniel for the Day”, followed by the launch of three additional episodes from The Fred Rogers Co.on PBS KIDS.

In “King Daniel for the Day,” Daniel Tiger is curious about what it’s like to be king, and King Friday dubs Daniel King for the Day. Daniel discovers that the most important part of a king’s job is kindness towards his neighbors. The episode will air on PBS KIDS, pbskids.org, and via the PBS KIDS Video app.  Read the rest of this entry »

Fred Rogers Co. Renews Simon & Schuster as Master Publishing Partner for Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Adds New Licensees

DanielsTiger_JakksPacificThe Fred Rogers Co. renewed the master publishing agreement with Simon & Schuster for Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood until 2022. In addition, Out of the Blue will add new licensing partners for the brand in a range of consumer products categories that will be available beginning this fall.

Simon & Schuster will publish more than a dozen new Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood titles this year in a range of different formats including hardcover, trade paperback, and eBook. The first four new books launched this spring, with additional titles set to rollout throughout this year. Read the rest of this entry »

Rite Aid Foundation’s KidCents Program Donates $2 Million to The Fred Rogers Co.

The Rite Aid Foundation’s KidCents program donated $2 million to The Fred Rogers Co. to support the production of TV series Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood airing on PBS Kids.

In recognition of the donation, Rite Aid CEO of stores and president of Rite Aid Corp. Ken Martindale and president of The Fred Rogers Co. William Isler will host a press conference at the Heinz History Center on January 18 at 10:30 a.m.

As part of the partnership, a special Rite Aid Foundation underwriting spot will air before and after each episode of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, starting next month. Underwriting credits will be included on digital platforms to build awareness about The Rite Aid Foundation’s KidCents program.

9 Story Media Group Builds Momentum in Asia

WildKratts9 Story Media Group has secured deals for its kids and family content across Asia, as it builds momentum and expands its presence within the territory. Content has been sold to broadcasters in Thailand, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Korea for shows, including Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Peg + Cat, Wild Kratts, Monkey See Monkey Do, Finding Stuff Out, and Get Ace.

Thailand’s TV3 has acquired the first seasons of preschool series Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood (80 11-minute episodes), Peg + Cat (80 11-minute episodes), and Monkey See Monkey Do (26 seven-minute episodes). The broadcaster has also acquired all three seasons of the live-action science series Finding Stuff Out (42 22-minute episodes).

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Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood to Air New Episodes in June

Two new episodes of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood will launch nationally on PBS Kids, featuring effective musical strategies designed to help families cope with two common challenges young children face: Getting hurt and not getting what they want.

On June 1, the episodes “Miss Elaina Gets Hurt” and “Daniel Feels Better” teach kids that when they get hurt, they should find a grown up to feel better. In the episodes (respectively), Daniel is at his friend’s house and they get hurt playing, but Lady Elaine makes them feel better, and Daniel accidentally falls and twists his ankle but he goes to the doctor and learns about an X-ray machine.

On June 22, the episodes “Puzzle Playtime” and “Super Trip to the Supermarket” teach kids that when they can’t get what they want, they must stomp three times until they feel better. In the episodes (respectively), Daniel gets mad when he doesn’t get his way, but his mom shows him a way to feel better. In the second episode, Daniel gets upset when he doesn’t get what he wants, but his dad assures him that it’s alright to feel frustrated and shows him that stomping three times is a good and appropriate way for Daniel to help himself feel better.

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