Imira Entertainment signs a deal with Spain’s Atresmedia Television for Lucky Fred, to air on the children’s entertainment segment, Neox Kidz.
Warner Bros. to present the world premiere of Bugs Bunny at the Symphony at The Hollywood Bowl at 8:00pm on Friday, July 5, and Saturday July 6.
Nickelodeon Animation promotes Megan Casey and Claudia Spinelli to Vice President, Current Series, with the pair reporting to SVP Rich Magallanes.
Fox to preview its Animation Domination High-Def programming bloc, featuring the primetime debuts of Axe Cop and High School USA!, on Sunday, July 21.
Dr. Toon discusses Disney Channel’s controversial crossover Phineas and Ferb – Marvel Super Heroes television special.
Atomic Cartoons and Australia’s Sticky Pictures start production on 26 half-hour episodes of the original animated television comedy series Pirate Express, set for broadcast on Canada’s TELETOON in the fall of 2014 and Nine Network Australia in 2015.
After joining Tiger Aspect in 2001, and working across all the company’s programming, Tom Beattie is appointed the new Head of Animation and Children’s Programming.
Ahead of its North American debut, Universal and Illumination Entertainment’s Despicable Me 2 climbs its way up the international box office chart.
Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel, a first ever crossover television special for Marvel and Disney characters, premieres Friday, August 16 on Disney Channel.
D23 Expo attendees to be among the first to see the film in 3D with special appearances from select filmmakers and stars.
New Adult Swim Funhouse will dazzle and delight series panels for fan favorite shows and 2014 animated series Soundproof Booth will provide fans a sweet escape.
Cartoon Network plans Adventure Time and Regular Show extravaganzas at 2013 San Diego Comic-Con, including an Adventure Time booth featuring a replica of the Ice King’s castle and Regular Show Regular Zone Experience at New Children’s Museum of San Diego, as well as back-to-Back Adventure Time and Regular Show Panels at Hilton Bayfront on Friday, July 19.
Digital distribution company Cinedigm and Mondo Media, the Internet's leading multi-platform distributor of animation for teens and young adults, enter into a strategic content distribution partnership.
Iconic superheroes get stop-motion skewering with the release of Robot Chicken DC Comics Special on Blu-ray and DVD July 9.
Disney Animation releases No Service, the second of 19 brand-new shorts featuring Mickey Mouse and his friends.
Amazon announces an expanded multi-year licensing agreement with PBS Distribution giving Prime members access to PBS KIDS programs such as Caillou, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood and Wild Kratts.
The 2013 Palm Springs International ShortFest announces festival winners, with the claymation Arts & Crafts Spectacular #2 receiving the prize for best animated short, and Harald by Moritz Schneider taking first prize for best student animation.
Amberwood Entertainment and Big Jump Productions team up for a new animated pre-school series, Shutterbugs.
Animation studio Bento Box expands its business into developing and producing original animated content; hires comedy veteran Mike Clements to run newly-formed division.
Disney and Pixar's long-awaited Monsters University prequel debuts at $82 million at the domestic box office, while Paramount’s World War Z opens at $66 million.
Warner Bros. releases the first teaser trailer for the CG-animated The Lego Movie, starring the vocal talents of Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Nick Offerman and Alison Brie, with Liam Neeson and Morgan Freeman.