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    Published on 5th July 2007 13:58  Number of Views: 2214 
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    Written by Kebo
    AVID, July 5, 2007

    For those adults struggling to convince their children that fitness can be fun, the idea that television can be part of the solution seems unlikely.

    And yet, LazyTown , one of the fastest selling children’s programs in history, is doing just that. Syndicated to 103 countries in a mere 18 months, LazyTown is reaching a global audience with an entertaining yet educational message about the importance of exercise and nutrition. ...
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    Published on 2nd April 2007 15:19  Number of Views: 1127 
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    Band Pro. April 2007

    "For LazyTown, we needed lenses that would pump the image as little as possible while pulling the focus", explains cinematographer Tómas Örn Tómasson. "We also needed sharp, high resolution lenses for a good, high quality key when we shoot on green screen. The Zeiss DigiPrimes were perfect." ...
    Published on 12th October 2006 01:57  Number of Views: 2285 
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    Written by Dagny Kristjánsdóttir
    Paper, October 12, 2006

    Kimberley Reynolds, a leading British scholar in the field of children´s literature, says that people’s attitudes toward childhood can be grouped into four main categories. First, there is nostalgia for the traditional childhood; then a tendency to view children as victims; next, as the opposite, or devils; and finally, simply as a market phenomenon. The phenomenon of Latibær (LazyTown) unites all these views in a particularly intriguing way. ...
    Published on 1st July 2006 09:14  Number of Views: 2873 
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    Written by Jon Barrett
    Tony Kids, July 1st, 2006

    New Yorker Julianna Rose Mauriello, 14, star of Nickelodeon's LazyTown, talks with TONY Kids about her hit show, working in Iceland and her recent Emmy nomination.

    Published on 20th March 2006 18:56  Number of Views: 1349 
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    Nicksplat, March 20th, 2006

    1. How old are you? You surely must be older than the 8-year-old character you play on the show? Do you have any difficulties playing a 8 year old?
    I am 14, and turning 15 on May 26th. Sometimes it is difficult being a teenager and playing a child ...
    Published on 2nd March 2006 11:55  Number of Views: 3964 
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    Garðabær. March 2, 2006

    US Ambassador Carol van Voorst was a special guest at the studio headquarters of the children's show, LazyTown, March 2. The Ambassador met with Americans and Icelanders who work on the show, including Magnús Scheving, the show´s creator, who plays the program´s super-hero, Sportacus, and US actress, Julianna Rose Mauriello, who plays Stephanie, another main character on the show. ...
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