Worldwide Biggies

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Worldwide Biggies is a digital entertainment studio that creates original multimedia outlet (online, TV, film, mobile and consumer products) entertainment products for a diverse age range of consumers, including computer generated (CG) features, hi-definition (HD) movies and television series, direct to DVD series, and broadband and mobile content aimed at the family entertainment audience. It has recently received investments totaling $9 million from NBC Universal, Hearst Corporation, Alan Patricof’s Greycroft Partners, Platform Equity and PrismVentureWorks.[1][2]

Worldwide Biggies was founded by Albie Hecht, former president of Nickelodeon Entertainment and Spike TV.

Worldwide Biggies’ multi-platform projects include:

  • The Princess Bride Online Game: the official online animated game companion to the classic hit movie to launch summer 2008
  • Worldwide Fido: The internet home for dog videos.
  • MoCap, LLC: webisode series and game created for Spike launched in November 2007
  • Star vs Star: Fantasy ports game for celebrity gossip, in partnership with, launched in August 2007
  • The Naked Brothers Band: launched on Nickelodeon and in 2007
  • The Video Game Awards: created by Hecht while he was president of Spike TV


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