“Animal Atlas,” the Wildlife Series Globally Marketed by Cisneros Media Distribution, Is Now in Its 11th Season

Cisneros Media Distribution (CMD) today presented at MIPTV the 11th season of the highly successful wildlife series, “Animal Atlas.”  Produced by Bellum Entertainment, the nature program makes learning fun for young viewers as they take an incredible and wildly entertaining adventure through the animal world.

“This entertaining series caters to children and pre-teens, presenting informative insights into the animal world in an amusing and engaging manner; it’s brilliant!” stated Marcello Coltro, EVP of Content Distribution for Cisneros Media.  “’Animal Atlas’ should be a daytime stable for every English-language broadcaster, if it’s not already.  It’s also available in Spanish, and can easily be adapted to any market or language.  It’s definitely a universal program.”

“Animal Atlas” (286 x 30’) is an entertaining and educational wildlife program shot exclusively in HD.  The show introduces young viewers to every kind of animal imaginable, from the familiar to the astounding, including apes and giant lizards, sharks and tigers, and all other animals from the Americas, Africa, Asia, Australia, and everywhere in between.

“Animal Atlas” promotes a better understanding of how various animal species live and what they need to survive.  Each episode stands alone as an entertaining look into the world of animals - whether visiting a particular group of animals, such as big cats, or meeting the animals of an entire continent.

Through “Animal Atlas”, viewers discover the variety of places that animals live, how they find food, and how they play.  The show also looks at how family units operate, from a community of thousands of prairie dogs, to a pride of lions, to a school of fish.

Certain episodes also explore animal features such as diet, locomotion, adaptation, and how animals take care of their young.  Along the way, “Animal Atlas” educates young viewers about endangered species and provides information on how to support wildlife conservation.

For a population of young viewers attuned to the importance of going ‘green,’ “Animal Atlas” is not only entertaining, it’s culturally relevant and important.