Adam Sanderson is named senior vice president, corporate communications of The Walt Disney Company, where he will oversee D23: The Official Disney Fan Club, Disney Corporate Creative Resources and the Walt Disney Archives.
DreamWorks Animation expands its partnership with YouTube to produce a series of daily shows highlighting some of the most compelling entertainment on the video-sharing website.
Steve Macallister is appointed CEO at Zodiak Rights; he succeeds Matthew Frank, who is stepping down after 20 years.
Hulu announces its original programming lineup for 2014, including a second season of Seth Meyers’ hit animated series The Awesomes.
Stardust partners with Cheil Worldwide to create ‘Samsung Galaxy, London Collage,’ a new spot for Samsung.
California Amish announces the addition of documentary film director and editor Lily Henderson to its roster.
RE:Vision Effects announces DE:Flicker, a new plug-in for Adobe After Effects to smooth out flickers and artifacts when shooting high frame rate or timelapse video.
Frederator Studios’ Cartoon Hangover YouTube channel surpasses one million subscribers, becoming the second-fastest original funded YouTube channel to do so in its first 12 months.
Disney Junior orders new season pickups for hit animated series Sofia the First, Doc McsStuffins and Jake and the Never Land Pirates.
Out from under George Lucas’ wings, ILM’s legendary visual effects guru takes the helm as Chief Creative Officer.
Facilis Technology announces the availability of TerraBlock 6.0, latest iteration of its production-proven shared storage solution, which features Advanced User and Volume Management.
Belgium’s Grid Animation acquires the option to create the feature film version of Michel Gagné's graphic novel, “The Saga of Rex.”
The Hollywood Post Alliance Tech Retreat celebrates twenty years of exploring the opportunities and complexities facing an industry in transition and investigating new solutions and technologies, February 17-21, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency in Indian Wells near Palm Springs, CA.
PETA files lawsuit claiming DreamWorks Animation has enslaved dragons to perform against their will in upcoming How to Train Your Dragon 2.
In the Night Garden, the preschool TV brand acquired in September by Canada’s DHX Media, is set to have a place at the new CBeebies Land attraction at UK-based Alton Towers Resort.
The Beijing-based executive, whose firm bought Digital Domain in 2012, was felled by a sudden heart attack.
DreamWorks Animation partners with Fuhu to launch an educational tablet for kids called the DreamTab.