A language learning app that uses TV shows and movies to help people learn a new language has acquired a range of programming from ZDF Enterprises in Germany.
Lingopie has licensed a dozen German-language titles for North America and the UK from ZDFE, covering drama, unscripted, and children.
The deal includes ZDF titles such as the road travel documentary Filling Stations of Happiness (10 Ã 26 â²) and the movie The Wall Between Us (1 Ã 110 â²).
Also included in the deal are the dramas Ottilie von Faber-Castell (2 Ã 90 ‘) and Soko Hamburg (29 Ã 45 â²) as well as the unscripted shows Weekend (23 Ã 15 â²), The Dog Whisperer (15 Ã 45 â²) And Eating Out Inâ¦ (28 Ã 30 â²).
Six ZDFE children’s titles will also be available, including the film At Eye Level (1 Ã 98 â²), about an orphan looking for his father, as well as Snow White and the Magic of the Dwarfs (1 Ã 90 â²), Kick It! Great Football Heroes (26 Ã 7 â²), Knight Rusty (50 Ã 12 â²) and Coconut: The Little Dragon (104 Ã 12 â²).
Ralf Rueckauer, Vice President of ZDFE Unscripted, said: âLingopie is a discerning customer who has chosen a variety of excellent shows from our catalog that German students will fully appreciate when struggling with our native language.
David Datny, Co-Founder and CEO of Lingopie, added: âWe owe it to our viewers to provide them with the best foreign language content, so ZDF Enterprises was an obvious choice when it came to acquiring top German programming. range.
Lingopie offers thousands of hours of TV shows, including telenovelas, comedies and travelogues from Azteca, Newen, TF1, RTVE, Caracol and Nickelodeon, with interactive subtitles and new shows added every month . It charges $ 12 per month or $ 65 per year.