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Also known asTeam Tinpo
Written byDavey Moore
Emma Hogan
Country of originUnited States
United Kingdom
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons2
Producer(s)Karen Vermeulen
Running time1 minute (shorts)
7 minutes (TV series)
Production company(s)Shorts
American Greetings Entertainment
TV series
Cloudco Entertainment
Sprite Entertainment
OLM Digital
Original networkShorts
CBS (KEWLopolis)
TV series
CBeebies (UK)
TV Tokyo (Japan)
First shown inUnited Kingdom (TV series)
Original releaseOctober 3, 2007 (shorts)
December 10, 2018 (TV series)

Tinpo is an American-British children's animated television series. The series is produced by Cloudco Entertainment, Dentsu, Sprite Entertainment, OLM Digital and TV Tokyo for CBeebies.[1]

The series originally ran as 1-minute online shorts on CBS' KEWLopolis block.[2]


The show features four characters in a team called Team Tinpo, who fix problems with creative solutions.[2]


  • Tinpo: is the leader, dreamer, and a doer. He is voiced by Ross Grant.
  • Dougpo: is a boldy actor on gut and instinct. She is voiced by Lizzie Waterworth-Santo.
  • Logipo: is cautious about the book. He is voiced by Keith Wickham.
  • Hackpo: the one who heads up communication and invents gadgets. She is voiced by Joanna Ruiz.


The shorts were produced by American Greetings Entertainment (now Cloudco Entertainment).[2]

The TV series was produced for CBeebies by Cloudco Entertainment in association with Dentsu, Sprite Entertainment, OLM Digital, and TV Tokyo.[3]


  1. ^ "CBeebies greenlights American Greetings' Tinpo". Retrieved 2019-05-31.
  2. ^ a b c "Sushi leads the pack of new AG cartoon creations". Crain's Cleveland Business. 2007-08-20. Retrieved 2019-05-31.
  3. ^ Milligan, Mercedes (2017-10-17). "CBeebies Ties Up with 'Tinpo' with AGE Order". Animation Magazine. Retrieved 2019-06-27.