The Incredible world of Dic

DiC Entertainment (aka The Incredible World of DiC) was a leading children's entertainment company. DiC used to be one of the largest libraries of U.S. animation with more than 3,000 half-hours of renowned programming, including (but not limited to), Inspector Gadget, Strawberry Shortcake, Liberty's Kids, Dino Squad, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Trollz and Horseland. 

Jean Chalopin

Jean Chalopin, the founder of DiC Entertainment

In September 2003, DIC launched the DIC Kid's Network, a unique syndicated programming block designed to meet core FCC requirements and the only network for kids that reaches effectively 100% of U.S. households on over 400 stations, airing in every Designated Market Area across the country.

As a preeminent supplier of kid's programming worldwide, DIC has developed strategic partnerships with key domestic and international broadcast partners throughout the U.S., Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa and Australia. DIC is headquartered in Burbank, California with international offices in New York, Paris, London and Cologne.  

In 2008, DiC was purchased by the Cookie Jar Entertainment Company and Cookie Jar now owns every DiC production ever made. 


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