SLR Productions celebrates 15 year of kids entertainment

SLR Productions was established by CEO and executive producer Suzanne Ryan

SLR Productions, the Australian leading Emmy and multi-award winning children’s entertainment company, is celebrating 15 years of creating, developing and producing world-class internationally acclaimed media content.

In February 2002, SLR Productions was established by CEO and executive producer Suzanne Ryan.

SLR Productions properties now include Guess How Much I Love You – The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare, the animated adventure series The Skinner Boys – Guardians of the Lost Secrets, the pirate dinosaur cartoon Captain Flinn & The Pirate Dinosaurs, the animated twin detective series Lexi and Lottie – Trusty Twin Detectives, the live action series Sam Fox – Extreme Adventures and the Emmy Award-winning animated series I Got a Rocket.

“It is an exciting and proud feeling to be celebrating 15 years in the television industry,” said Ryan. “SLR Productions has become globally known for our highly entertaining children’s content created and developed together with our leading local and international broadcasting, distributing, publishing and production partners. From the start, SLR Productions has been made up of an exceptionally talented and passionate team dedicated to creating and producing world-class content that entertains young global audiences and I look forward to celebrating many more years of doing what we love.”

SLR Productions recently announced production of two x 26 minute holiday specials of its award-winning, preschool series Guess How Much I Love You. The series will be co-produced with KIKA-Der Kinderkanal with support from one of KIKA’s parent companies, HR-Hessischer Rundfunk of ARD. The newly commissioned holiday specials have been acquired by ABC KIDS and ABC Commercial locally with 9 Story Media Group distributing the Easter and Christmas specials internationally.

The SLR Productions team is made up of CEO and executive producer Suzanne Ryan, creative director Jo Boag, line producer Yasmin Jones, script producer Melanie Alexander and business affairs Helen Thwaites with contributions from the industry’s finest directors, writers and artists.

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