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Scholastic Media Announces National Clifford The Big Red Dog "BE BIG In Your Community" Contest

 

Contest part of campaign to support civic engagement in celebration of national volunteer week

 

 

The BE BIG fund to award $50,000 in community Grants to the BIGGEST ideas inspired by Clifford's Big Ideas

It only takes a little to BE BIG

 

Characters from Hit PBS KIDS GO Show “Maya & Miguel” Celebrate El Día de los Niños

 

Scholastic Media’s popular 10-year-old twins promote literacy, family fun, and more at appearances nationwide in April and May

 

Scholastic Media Launches National Clifford The Big Red Dog Campaign Based on Clifford’s Big Ideas

 

It only takes a little….to BE BIG!
BE BIG! to be Supported by Extensive Multi Year Marketing Program and a BIG Launch at the World’s BIGgest Toy Store: FAO Schwarz

 

Scholastic Media Announces Consumer Products Campaign for “The 39 Clues” at Toy Fair

 

Fueled By the Successful Release Of New Multimedia Book Series, Scholastic Media Announces University Games To Lead Merchandising and Promotional Program

 

Jeff Nathanson Signs on to Write “The 39 Clues” for DreamWorks Studios and Scholastic Media

 

The groundbreaking, multi-platform property from Scholastic to Launch on September 9, 2008

 

Los Angeles, CA — September 2, 2008 — Jeff Nathanson has signed on to write the screenplay for the first film installment of The 39 Clues™, it was announced today by Stacey Snider, Co-Chairman and CEO of DreamWorks Studios and Deborah Forte, President of Scholastic Media.

Emmy Award-Winning WordGirl Puts Bad Grammar in the Slammer for a Second Year This Fall on PBS Kids Go!

Beginning September 12th, everyone’s favorite fearless heroine faces new nemeses in 18 new episodes produced by Scholastic Media’s Soup2Nuts

DreamWorks Studios Acquires Rights to Upcoming Scholastic Series "The 39 Clues"

Los Angeles, CA — June 25, 2008 — DreamWorks Studios has acquired the movie rights from Scholastic Media to the multi-platform adventure series, The 39 Clues, it was announced today by Stacey Snider, Co-Chairman and CEO of DreamWorks Studios and Deborah Forte, President of Scholastic Media.

Forte will produce and Steven Spielberg is eyeing to direct.

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