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New Swedish gaming magazine for and by children

April 17, 2013.

Egmont Kids Media Nordic has just launched Zapp - a brand new magazine for children in Sweden who love video games, whether it is on PC, iPad or PlayStation. The magazine is produced in collaboration with an expert panel consisting of children with an interest in games.

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Danish films sold well in Berlin

February 26, 2013.

"Nymphomaniac" has been sold to the US and Canada, "The Keeper of Lost Causes" to the UK and Australia. TrustNordisk, one of the largest Scandinavian sales agents, report a round of really good sales at the Berlin Film Festival. "We have achieved amazing results this year," says CEO Rikke Ennis.

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BAMSE celebrates his 40th birthday

January 08, 2013.

Since the very first BAMSE magazine was published in January 1973, the teddy bear and his friends have been out on a lot of different adventures. This year the cartoon turns 40 years and is still a great success in Sweden.

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Scandinavia's largest movie-app for kids

October 15, 2012.

Min Bio is the name of Nordisk Film and Egmont's new children's cinema for iPad and iPhone that provides access to more than 120 popular children's movies. Previous success with movie sales through the Petzi app and the Hans Christian Andersen app has strengthened Nordisk Film's belief in a dedicated movie app.

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PlayStation Vita fights boredom

July 11, 2012.

With the summer holiday arriving and long tailbacks on the motorways luring behind the corner, Nordisk Film and Sony PlayStation launches a social experiment to reduce the level of boredom in the Nordic countries.

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Kate Winslet to read Mr Gum books for kids

June 28, 2012.

AudioGO, the leading audiobook publisher, has secured Kate Winslet CBE to read the popular Mr Gum children's books written by Andy Stanton. Mr Gum is published by Egmont UK's Jelly Pie with more than 1.5 million copies sold word wide.