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Donovan said the company also gets growth from its merchandising products.
"We have hundreds and hundreds, if not thousands, of licences for books, for toys, for apparel, for games, for apps, that sort of thing," he said. "The list of things you can licence would fill several pages, one of which is music."
He noted that the "Yo Gabba Gabba" live tour, which features five costumed toys-come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock, is creating more interest in "Yo Gabba Gabba" sneakers for kids.
Donovan said he couldn't give specifics about the "Teletubbies" update, but added that audiences have "new expectations" and that new technologies are now available such as digital 3-D.
The company isn't actively looking for acquisitions and expects to grow through selling and licensing content, Donovan said.
Late November, DHX bought the popular Family Channel from Bell Media, giving it a platform to create and sell more shows globally.
In its financial results, released after markets closed Thursday,
Revenues increased by 15 per cent to
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