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Indian toon house DQ Ent. has signed a distribution deal with German pubcaster ZDF for their upcoming 3D stereoscopic toon skein "5 & It."
Al Jazeera's kids channel JCCTV has signed agreements with Indian animation house DQ Ent. for broadcasting rights of toons "The Jungle Book," "The New Adventures of Lassie" and "Mysteries and Feluda."
Indian toon house DQ Ent. has signed a co-production pact with French shingles Super Prod. and Story Board Animation, and pubcaster TF1 for "Lassie and Friends."
India's DQ Entertainment has struck a five-year co-production alliance said to be worth more than $100 million with Europe's Moonscoop Group.