On this occasion ‘Acamar Films’ announces that the television series ‘Bing’ has launched its App for the little ones. It will be an all-in-one App; Watch, Play, and Learn, in addition to being a safe and ad-free environment for children, you will learn to understand them.
Madrid, Spain – June 1, 2021. Bing is an innovative television series, based on the books by Ted Dewan, that naturally reflects the experience of a young child and celebrates the noisy, joyful, and somewhat chaotic reality of preschool life. She recognizes that sometimes things don’t go according to plan, using the power of storytelling to subtly explore strategies for both children and adults in dealing with similar situations in their own lives. The Bingsters and parents have already embraced Bing and the show’s core values of honesty, friendship, self-esteem, and curiosity across a number of popular television and digital platforms. Being one of the highest-rated preschools shows on Clan TV, the Clan app,
The new application presents a safe and ad-free space. This is a Bing content platform that includes fun learning games, interactive activities, and Bing episodes from all seasons. These games and activities are specially designed to promote the development of emotional intelligence.
Bing: Watch, Play, Learn will be available on the Apple App Store and Google Play. Bingsters and their parents will be able to watch episodes and enjoy educational games and activities for free or extend access to have all Bing episodes, compilations, and more than 20 educational games, with the option of streaming or downloading, to allow Bingsters to have fun with Bing both at home and away.
Produced by Acamar Films, with Dublin-based Brown Bag Films studio, BingIt has been extraordinarily successful since its launch in the UK in 2014, winning the International Emmy for Best Children’s Program, the Writer’s Guild Award for Best Writing in a Children’s Program, and a BAFTA nomination for Best Children’s Program. Adapted especially for television from Ted Dewan’s original books, Bing celebrates the happy and messy reality of preschool life and finds the big stories in the little moments. Bing is one of the top-rated preschool shows on Clan TV, airing every day and on its streaming platform. In Spain, the series is also available on Amazon Prime Video and YouTube with 188 million total views and 26 million total hours of viewing. Bing now airs in 117 territories around the world and continues to ‘move and delight’ Bingsters and their adults through an ever-growing range of movies, books, magazines, apps, products, digital shows, live shows, and experiences.
Acamar Films is an independent production company based in Camden, London, which produces, distributes, markets, and licenses Binghis award-winning international preschool animated series. The company was founded in 2005 to create and produce film and television projects to ‘thrill and captivate audiences around the world.’ Its CEO, Mikael Shields, has more than 30 years of experience and an international reputation in identifying, developing, financing and producing a wide range of successful film and television projects, including Nick Park’s Oscar-winning Wallace & Gromit. , the global phenomenon is Pingu, BAFTA-winning Hilltop Hospital, award-winning Flatworld, and Aardman Animation’s Rex The Runt. Other projects include Noddy, Funny Bones, Operavox, The Animals of Farthing Wood, Narnia, The Borrowers, Pond Life, and LAVA LAVA. Mikael has led multi-award-winning creative teams in senior positions at the BBC, EVA Entertainment, Pearson Television, Atom Films, Ealing Studios, and now Acamar Films.