TORONTO, Nov. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Groupe Média TFO is proud to announce that Mini TFO is nominated in the 2014 Kids Screen Awards, in the Best Interstitial Campaign category, along with CBC and the UK channel CITV. Three shows broadcast by TFO, Grandpa in My Pocket, Peg + Cat and Dinosaur Train (Le Dino Train), are also nominated respectively in the Best Non-Animated or Mixed Series, Preschool, Best New series and Best animated Series categories. Winners will be announced during a gala evening to be held February 24, 2015 in Miami.
"We are honoured by this prestigious recognition from the Kidscreen Awards and the youth programming production industry. The vision for our youth programming is focused on the educational quality of our content, its variety and the diversity of the types of shows we offer our young audience. Our youth content is in constant demand, particularly on our YouTube channel which, with its more than 30 million views, has gained quite a reputation thanks to the exceptional progression of its three sub-channels, with a growth of 1,154%," declared Glenn O'Farrell, President and CEO of Groupe Média TFO.
Mini TFO also offers recognized educational content such as the Biblio Mini app, nominated at the 2014 Mobile App Awards 2014 in the "Best Children's App" category, and other entertaining and diversified products available on several platforms.
"This nomination is the fruit of the labour of a talented team wholly dedicated to children's development. Josée, Lexie and Louis, the hosts of MINI TFO, accompany kids in a way that is an extension from school and parents. Our passion is to develop unique contents that encourage children's personal development and help bring out the best in them, while playing a positive role in their identity-building as Francophones," added Marianne Lambert, Mini TFO series producer.
About Groupe Média TFO
Groupe Média TFO is a public, educational media organization offering award-winning educational and cultural cross-media content, and distributing complementary content meeting the needs and aspirations of targeted audiences. In this spirit, TFO contributes to the civic and cultural enhancement of the Francophone community of Ontario, and makes its contents available on a wide range of cross-media platforms. Based in Toronto, TFO is the largest producer and broadcaster of educational French-language products in Canada.
SOURCE Groupe Média TFO