Thielman, Sam
March 2014
Adweek;3/10/2014, Vol. 55 Issue 10, p16
Trade Publication
The article focuses on television producer Fred Seibert and his production company Frederator. Seibert's success as a producer of animated television programs for children is considered, with the program "Adventure Time" used as an example. The artistic difficulties of creating a successful animated program are contrasted with their extreme profitability for producers and cable television networks which broadcast them.


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