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October 23rd 2014
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ACTF in HOT50 for international distribution

The Australian Children’s Television Foundation is thrilled to have been included in Kidscreen’s Hot50 ranking of leading companies for international distribution, broadcasting, production, licensing and digital media.

The ACTF was in the top 10 for distribution with well-known brands such as; Nickelodeon, The Jim Henson Company and Sesame Workshop, and was the only Australian distribution company included in the category.

Companies from around the world were invited to submit their top achievements from the past year for consideration.

KidScreen is a leading international trade publication for kids entertainment professionals.

To determine the Hot50 Kidscreen’s community of magazine and newsletter subscribers were invited to vote for their picks in each category over a three-week period in October.

The Hot50 companies will be profiled in a special KidScreen print issue due out on 15 December.

The complete list of honorees can be viewed on the Kidscreen website.

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