Monday, 24 April 2017

Shared Link: Article on Worldscreen!

It's too awesome. We are on Worldscreen Top Story in the US.

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Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Shared Link: Now we are on KIDSCREEN

Good night, Singapore. Good morning USA. We are on another major kids publication KIDSCREEN!

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Shared Link: Now it is on Toon Barn!

Next on Toonbarn. It is a major kids website!

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Shared Link: We are on Animation Magazine!

An article about our own IP, "Dream Defenders" is on Animation Magazine. It is one of the major publications. 

Singapore’s Tiny Island Production announces its award-winning series Dream Defenders has arrived on Amazon Prime Video, continuing its foray in the US market. The show initially debuted on 3Net (a Discover/Sony/IMAX joint venture) before being picked up by Hulu, Discovery Family and, last year, Kabillion. 

Dream Defenders has sold internationally to 80 countries, partnering with major broadcasters including Planeta Junior and Super RTL in Europe, and DreamWorks TV Asia — which covers 19 countries in the region. The show’s US expansion will be bolstered on licensing and new platform fronts. Splash Entertainment and Popeye’s restaurants are teaming up to launch a special promotional kids’ meal, which includes a limited edition 3D Viewer with Dream Defenders scenes in stereo 3D, plus a 3D “Make-A-Scene” pack that lets kids play out scenarios with heroes and villains on 3D Lenticular backgrounds. And in collaboration with Presence Pictures, a recently launched Dream Defenders VR app for iPhone brings users right into the action. 

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Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Shared Link: ‘Dream Defenders’ Continues Global Expansion Strategy

Singapore’s Tiny Island Production unveils new VR experience and Stereoscopic 3D viewer, teams with Popeyes Restaurants to launch special kids meal in the U.S. 

Tiny Island Production has announced that its award-winning TV series Dream Defenders has been released on Amazon Prime Video. 

This marks Dream Defender’s continued entry into the U.S. market. It originally debuted on 3Net (a joint venture between Discovery Communications, Sony, and IMAX Corporation) and was later picked up by Hulu and Discovery Family. Last year, it was picked up by multi-platform kids entertainment network Kabillion. Internationally, the series has been sold to 80 countries worldwide, including major broadcasters like Planeta Junior and SUPER RTL in Europe, and Dreamworks TV Asia which covers 19 countries across Asia.


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Sunday, 9 April 2017

This is a first demo but you can download and try it first! (Although we are still working on more advance features now.) We will make announcement soon. Even though you do not have a VR goggle, you can still play. By moving the handset up and down, you will see that you are moving forward. If you shake the handset really hard, you can see that you are flying high in the VR world. Let your friends know!

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Friday, 24 February 2017

Shared Link: The Question of Being the First Mover by David Kwok


A member of our group feedback to me about his thoughts on being the first mover in business. ”In businesses, first mover advantage often proves otherwise. The first one to do something usually fails. It’s more of a trap, really. 

Usually, the followers observe and see what works and take out what doesn’t, then gain critical mass and soon people forget about the first mover while crowning the first one to gain critical mass. 2 cents.” 

This is my answer below:
"You are right. I have another approach to this. I can only speak for my own experience.

When I said first mover, I don’t mean that you blindly go into it. One still need to evaluate the risk. My objective for being the first mover is for branding, publicity and awareness of our company. (Which is very important since we are a small company.) It is almost like jumping the queue. From no one knowing who you are to the global players pay attention to what you do...

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