In Mongolia, the Russian animated series of the studio "Locomotive" began to be shown www.bigasia.ru
The Russian media holding "Digital Television" and the Mongolian TV channel STARTV have agreed on cooperation, which made it possible to launch in Mongolia the screening of Russian animated series of the animation studio "Steam Locomotive". This was reported to a TASS correspondent in the Russian House of Ulaanbaatar on Tuesday.
"Digital Television media holding has granted the Mongolian TV channel STARTV the rights to broadcast animated series produced by the animation studio "Locomotive". These are Leo and Tig, Kitty-Dogs, and Mi-mi-Bears, made by order of VGTRK," Anna Kulakova, head of the Culture and Public Relations Department of the Russian House in Ulaanbaatar, told a TASS correspondent.
Today, the STARTV channel has successfully launched the series "Mi-mi-bears" and is working on dubbing the multi-part cartoon "Leo and Tig" into Mongolian. Dashdelegiin Batbold, executive producer of STARTV channel, thanked the management of the Russian House in Ulaanbaatar for their help in finding a partner in Russia and establishing business contacts.
"Korean and Chinese video content is now widely distributed in Mongolia. It is also on the broadcast grid of our TV company. But we strive to ensure that the STARTV viewer watches projects from different countries of the world, it is important for us to acquaint the citizens of Mongolia with the history and culture of different peoples. I am sure that our cooperation with the Russian partner will be further strengthened," the Mongolian producer said.