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Super JoJo | YouTube Terminates Cocomelon Rival Super JoJo Channel

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Super JoJo | YouTube Terminates Cocomelon Rival Super JoJo Channel: Youtube removed the Super Jojo children’s animation channel, citing “multiple third-party claims of copyright infringement.” The channel had approximately 22 million subscribers at the time of its deletion and was ranked among the top 25 animation channels on the platform.

A lawsuit was also fill in California accusing Super Jojo’s Chinese creators of “blatantly copying” Cocomelon, YouTube’s most-subscribed animation channel.

Super JoJo | YouTube Terminates Cocomelon Rival Super JoJo Channel

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Cocomelon is own by Moonbug Entertainment, based in London, and produce by Moonbug subsidiary Treasure Studio, based in Irvine, California. Also Super Jojo allegedly plagiarise hundreds of characters, settings, song titles, lyrics. Also images in its videos, according to Moonbug and Treasure Studio.

Hence, It is shamelessly profiteers from Cocomelon’s success by meticulously copying and exploiting. It is the every possible element of the Cocomelon channel. Even Cocomelon fans are astound by how much ‘It plagiarises CoComelon!!’ ‘It’s even possible to go frame by frame!’

Babybus Network Technology Company

According to Cocomelon’s complaint, Babybus (Fujian) Network Technology Company, the Chinese company behind this, reported revenue in excess of $100 million last year. The majority of its revenue comes from online advertising on platforms such as Google-owned YouTube. Babybus announced in July that it intended to list as a public company in Hong Kong, with a target capitalization of $285.8 million.

Moonbug, in addition to Cocomelon, owns and operates a number of other popular YouTube channels for kids, including Little Baby Bum, My Magic Pet Morphle, and Blippi.

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