Former CEO and co-founder of mobile gaming technology developer Yvolver to oversee all aspects of development, strategy and technology for the division.
Director Mark Osborne confirms that France’s most expensive animated feature to date has been pulled from U.S. theaters one week ahead of its release.
Commercial arm of kids’ production company Hoho Entertainment sets new international broadcast and SVOD deals for kids’ properties ‘Cloudbabies’ and ‘Everybody Loves a Moose.’
Former Reliance MediaWorks and Fotokem exec to expand hybrid post production facility’s Digital Intermediate finishing and color grading business.
Former international toy company and Kidscreen exec to lead acquisition of third-party content for Portfolio’s distribution catalogue of kids programming.
Kids entertainment specialist and top French CGI studio team with Belgian creative house on medieval animated comedy aimed at kids 6-11; series has already sold to broadcasters including France’s Canal+ Family and Teletoon+, Germany’s Super RTL, and Belgium’s VRT-Ketnet and RTBF-Ouftivi.
Sound designer and feature film supervising sound editor to lead the company’s expansion into sound design for gaming and immersive experiences.
9 Story Media Group signs licenses with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation for second seasons of ‘Camp Lakebottom,’ ‘Numb Chucks’ and ‘Peg + Cat.’
Award-winning VFX Supervisor and Lead Artist has worked with commercial directors including Jonathan Glazer, Traktor, Nick Gordon, Noam Murro, Mark Romanek, Tom Tagholm and Neil Gorringe.
Nicole Fina hired as Executive Producer of Commercials; Leslie Sorrentino to head up New Business for Commercials.
Don Parker, senior director for Shotgun at Autodesk, discusses what the acquisition by Autodesk means for Shotgun and how Shotgun is solving operational problems within the production process.
Terrance Masson, founder and CEO of Building Conversation, discusses the mobile, location-based augmented reality applications being developed at his company.
National Film Board of Canada introduces new initiatives in International Women’s Day announcement from NFB head Claude Joli-Coeur.
U.K. premiere scheduled for May 2016; new three-year deal includes additional animated films featuring the popular preschool brand.
Award-winning creator of children’s entertainment hits ‘Paw Patrol’ and ‘Bob the Builder’ to kick off International Licensing Industry Merchandisers’ Association’s idea-exchange conference to be held May 11 & 12 in Berlin.
Cable network details plans to head into the new season with more than 650 episodes of new and returning series, including ‘Rusty Rivets,’ ‘The Loud House,’ ‘Bunsen is a Beast!,’ ‘Mysticons,’ ‘Welcome to the Wayne,’ ‘Pinky Malinky,’ and animated TV movies ‘Albert’ and ‘Hey Arnold!’
Key executive to lead independent motion picture and television production company’s expansion into the children's television space following the launch of animated series ‘Ready Jet Go!’ on PBS Kids.
Broadcast agreement to bring three of Splash’s most popular animated series -- ‘Sabrina: Secrets of a Teenage Witch,’ ‘Dive Olly Dive’ and ‘Pet Alien’ – to Latin America.
Two new animated series to be produced by Disney Television Animation; network also orders additional season pickups for ‘Star vs. The Forces of Evil’ and short form series ‘Two More Eggs.’
Ubisoft’s decision to push next ‘Assassin’s Creed’ release to 2017 may signal needed change in big game franchise planning.
New CG-animated underwater adventure series co-produced by Canada’s DHX Media and Australia’s A Stark Production set to air on CBBC this March.
Televisa’s new subscription video-on-demand service acquires more than 800 episodes of animated and live action children’s programming, including ‘Almost Naked Animals,’ ‘Finding Stuff Out’ and ‘Monkey See Monkey Do.’
Children’s entertainment company partners with the New York City Ballet to produce animated specials based on ‘George Balanchine¹s The Nutcracker.’