‘Miles from Tomorrowland,’ Disney Junior's intergalactic adventure series blasts off Friday, February 6 on Disney Channel; voice cast includes Olivia Munn, Adrian Grenier, Mark Hamill, George Takei, Bill Nye, Wil Wheaton, Alton Brown and Brenda Song.
Re-invention of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson’s much-beloved series will be produced with effects from Weta Workshop using a mix of CGI animation and live-action miniature sets.
Actress lent her voice to countless iconic cartoon characters including Dexter from ‘Dexter's Laboratory’ and Chuckie from ‘Rugrats.’
Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific’s Toonami is slated to launch in Thailand on January 14, 2015
Channel Frederator Network adds 185 new channels and expands subscriber base to 14 million during the month of November.
Directed by Max Fleischer and produced by the Detroit-based Jam Handy Company, 1948 animated cartoon was originally intended as a promotional piece for Montgomery Ward department stores.
John Lasseter’s short film ‘Luxo Jr.,’ nominated for an Academy Award in 1986 for best animated short, is added to the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress.
New one-hour late night animation block kicks off on January 22, with special sneak preview following the New Year’s Day marathon of ‘The Simpsons.’
‘Kate & Mim-Mim,’ the new series from Scott and Julie Stewart, the award-winning husband and wife duo, premieres on Disney Junior December 19.
Portfolio Entertainment announces international broadcast sales for ‘Cat In The Hat Knows A Lot About That!’ and ‘The Cat In The Hat Knows a Lot About Christmas!’'
With a career spanning 53 years, animation veteran worked as a painter and inker for Leon Schlesinger Productions, the MGM Cartoon Department, UPA precursor Graphic Films, and Bob Clampett’s Snowball Studios.
Taylor co-wrote and directed Fritz the Cat sequel Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat, the first animated film to compete at Cannes for the Palme D’Or.
9 Story Media Group licenses 26 new episodes of animated comedy series ‘Camp Lakebottom’ to Disney territories including Asia, the U.S., the U.K., CEEMA, India, Japan and Latin America.
Hearst acquires a 25 percent interest in teen-skewed multi-platform media company for a purchase price of $81.25 million.
New partnership is aimed at leveraging Toon Boom Harmony to create new original properties for the North American market.
Network picks up new seasons of the strangely brilliant ‘Mike Tyson Mysteries,’ along with ‘Mr. Pickles’ and Aaron McGruder’s live-action series ‘Black Jesus.’
Open Call for Submissions to Take Place Feb. 1–March 31, 2015; search includes international and preschool pitches to feed animation studio’s growing slate of original content.