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Headline News Comedy Central Launches Late-Night Series Web Shows

Comedy Central will premiere the first of six episodes of WEB SHOWS, a new on-air half-hour late-night series featuring all original broadband programming from and AtomFilms on March 5, 2007, at 2:00 am with encores on Thursday nights at 2:00 am.

This is Comedy Central's first on-air collaboration with AtomFilms, which are both are divisions of MTV Networks, a unit of Viacom.

Headline News Amp'd Mobile Launches Original Series Lil' Hollywood

As the highly-anticipated follow-up to the Amp'd Mobile original animated series and new Comedy Central series, LIL' BUSH, Amp'd Mobile announced the launch of its newest made-for-mobile animated series, LIL' HOLLYWOOD. The parody series will follow the pint-sized adventures of Hollywood's hottest celebrities as they try to get through their day-to-day lives, which we all know is no small task.

Headline News SCI FI & Virgin Comics Team on Multimedia Banner

The SCI FI Channel is teaming up with Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Comics to create a co-branded multimedia partnership called SCI FI/Virgin Comics.

SCI FI/Virgin Comics will develop fresh properties that integrate the unique spirit and vitality of both brands. Original concepts will be considered across all mediums from publishing, film and television to digital and gaming. Five new comicbook titles will serve as a jumping off point.

Headline News Family Guy Goes Up Late Oscar Night With Rob Corddry

A 10-minute Flash-animated promotional webisode, UP LATE WITH STEWIE & BRIAN, will stream free on MySpace in a talk show parody Feb. 25, 2007, at 8:00 pm. From the Quahog Community Center, its UP LATE WITH STEWIE & BRIAN, features host Stewie Griffin and his martini-swilling sidekick Brian, an all-star FAMILY GUY band and a special appearance by celebrity guest Rob Corddry, plugging his new FOX comedy series, THE WINNER.

Headline News Cartoon Network New Media Creates Mobile Ap CallToons

Cartoon Network New Media has created CallToons, a new mobile application integrating smart technology with entertainment, enabling CN characters to take over a mobile phone. Using patent pending technology, CallToons creates an unparalleled user experience that replaces ordinary mobile phone functions (such as ringtones and wallpapers) with an entertainment platform provided by the users favorite character. At launch, CallToons will feature characters from Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, and will be offered as separate services for each brand.

Headline News Time Inc. & Brightcove Partners for Internet Video Initiative

Time Inc. and Brightcove, an Internet TV pioneer, announced a corporate-wide partnership that will enable Time Inc. to launch ad-supported Internet video channels on its websites.

By adopting the Brightcove Internet TV service on a corporate-wide basis, Time Inc.'s popular brands will be able to reach users with its award-winning editorial content and create compelling broadband experiences through video and multimedia distribution.

Headline News Kabillion Debuts Bobby's World-themed Valentine's Day E-greetings

Coming on the heels of an appearance on the NBC primetime game show, DEAL OR NO DEAL, on Monday night (Feb.12, 2007), Kabillion, the new multiplatform, kids' program service, has introduced a series of new BOBBY'S WORLD-themed Valentine's Day e-greetings featuring the popular animated Bobby character.

Headline News Crave Ent. Powerslides Into Tokyo Xtreme Racer DRIFT 2

Crave Ent. announced the follow up to the popular street racing series, TOKYO XTREME RACER DRIFT 2 for the PlayStation 2.

With the mysterious disappearance of the reigning champion, the tournament crown is suddenly up for grabs. Players race in the picturesque mountains of Japan - Hakone, Niko, Haruna and Akagi - all faithfully recreated using the most advanced laser techniques to maintain every tight twist and hazardous turn. Gamers can enter their car in sanctioned races held during the day for money and enter at night to defeat your bitter rivals.

Headline News Konami Announces 2007 Titles Including Next-Gen Dance Dance Titles

Konami Digital Entertainment Inc. announced new titles and additional details for its 2007 lineup. This year's roster will boast the latest versions of legendary franchises such as WINNING ELEVEN as well as the company's first next generation music title, DANCE DANCE REVOLUTION UNIVERSE for Xbox 360 as well as DANCE DANCE REVOLUTION HOTTEST PARTY for Wii. For handheld systems, new titles include: CASTLEVANIA: THE DRACULA X CHRONICLES for the PSP and TIME ACE for the Nintendo DS.

Headline News February Is Teen Online Safety Awareness Month On Habbo

By Rick DeMott | Wednesday, February 7, 2007 at 12:00am

Sulake Corp., parent company of HABBO, has made February 2007 Teen Online Safety Awareness Month for North America. HABBO will also feature various safety awareness programs on its international sites, which are featured in 29 countries. As part of the effort, HABBO will include special promotions, information sources and interactive activities highlighting online safety awareness.

Headline News Bud.TV Thirsty for Sci-Fi Afterworld

Anheuser-Busch's new online entertainment network, Bud.TV, has greenlit an animated sci-fi series called AFTERWORLD, according to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER. Stan Rogow Prods., who produces Disney Channel's LIZZIE MCGUIRE and Discovery Kids' DARCY'S WILD LIFE, will produce.

The CG series of 130 two-minute episodes will take place on Earth after 99% of the population strangely vanishes and technology has become inoperable. An interactive website, Afterworld.TV, will allow viewers to learn more about the story.

Headline News YouTube Promotes Meet the Robinsons During Super Bowl

A new YouTube Channel for MEET THE ROBINSONS has launched with the latest trailers and clips, including a new TV spot for the film that is debuting during this Sunday's Super Bowl. Fans can check back often, as this channel will be updated regularly with the latest videos for the film. The MEET THE ROBINSONS' YouTube Channel is located at and the official MEET THE ROBINSONS movie site is

Headline News Showtime Networks in Venture For 3D Broadband Game Service

Showtime Networks and Broadband Libraries have formed a joint venture, On Broadband Networks, a turnkey, fully integrated, private label broadband game service for cable modem and DSL high-speed access providers. The service is scheduled to launch the second quarter of 2007.

With homes with high-speed broadband connections at an all time high of 50 million households and the game market generating revenues of $9 billion and growing, On Broadband is poised to help cable and telecom companies easily tap into this market segment.

Headline News World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Shatters Day-1 Sales Record

Blizzard Ent. announced WORLD OF WARCRAFT: THE BURNING CRUSADE broke the day-one sales record to become the fastest-selling PC game ever in North America and Europe, with a worldwide total of nearly 2.4 million copies sold in the first 24 hours of availability on Jan. 23, 2007. THE BURNING CRUSADE, the first expansion set for WORLD OF WARCRAFT, was simultaneously released in North America, Europe, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia on January 16, and on January 17 in Australia and New Zealand.

Headline News So-net & GDH Announce Capital Tie-Up

So-net Ent. Corp., a leading Internet service provider, and GDH K.K., an international media company, have agreed to a capital partnership where they will collaborate business operation in the continuously growing animation market.

Headline News Heartwood Studios to Create 3D Visualization of New Dallas Cowboys Stadium

The Dallas Cowboys have commissioned Heartwood Studios to create all 3D visualization marketing collateral and a 3D Web Ticketing Engine for the new Cowboys Stadium, scheduled for completion in 2009.

The scope of the project will include: 3D incorporation of aerial footage shot by helicopter, exclusive renderings of luxury box suites and more than 525 separate views of the stadium from various vantage points, including seats, the concourse and suites.

Headline News Lionsgate & HABBO Go Viral to Decide Fate of Animated Feature

Lionsgate (HAPPILY N'EVER AFTER) goes viral this month in a partnership with HABBO to determine the fate of a HABBO animated release. Utilizing this interactive technology, Lionsgate will tap directly into HABBO's extensive online community of teens for feedback. Starting Jan. 15, "Habbos" will be able to view 10 very different animated shorts based on the Habbo World, which will be posted on and local Habbo sites around the world and voted on by the millions of registered users of these sites.

Headline News Netflix Offers Download Service to Subscribers

Netflix Inc. introduced a new feature that allows people to immediately watch movies and television series on their personal computers and said it will make the new feature available to its subscribers in a phased roll-out over the next six months.

Headline News Yahoo! and Gotham Group Partner on Online Animation

Yahoo! Studios has formed a first-look deal with The Gotham Group to produce and distribute original animated content for the Internet.

"Gotham is committed to finding innovative ways to distribute our artists' creative work and today's agreement with Yahoo! furthers that business strategy to mutual benefit," said Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Gotham Group ceo and founder "We pride ourselves on finding new revenue streams for our content creators and Yahoo! provides a fresh and exciting opportunity for the world to interact with the great talent we represent."

Headline News 2007 Sundance Film Festival Short Films to Premiere on iTunes

Sundance Institute and Sundance Channel announced they will offer narrative, documentary and animation shorts from the 2007 Sundance Film Festival for download via iTunes ( A broad selection of short films from the 2007 Sundance Film Festival will be available for purchase and download priced at $1.99 each on the iTunes Store beginning Monday, Jan. 22, 2007.

Headline News Paramount Puts Pics on iTunes

By Rick DeMott | Wednesday, January 10, 2007 at 12:00am

Paramount Pictures announced that it will begin selling digital downloads of its hit movies on the iTunes Store. Starting this month, movie fans will be able to choose from more than 100 movies from Paramount Pictures, Paramount Classics, MTV Films and Nickelodeon Movies. Titles from Paramount Vantage will be available later in the year.

Headline News Now Features Classic Looney Tunes Shorts, the broadband network with the largest offering of free episodic television programs, expands its collection with The Looney Tunes Channel. In addition, fans can also now watch some of the best Hanna-Barbera animated shows including THE JETSONS, THE FLINTSTONES, MAGILLA GORILLA and TOP CAT on the Animation Channel.

Headline News New Game Helps Kids Cope with Divorce

Zipland Interactive recently completed the world's first research-based psychological computer game designed to help 7-13 year olds from separated or divorce families cope indirectly with the emotional issues that arise from their new reality.

Headline News Religious PC Game Announces Strong Sales

LEFT BEHIND: ETERNAL FORCES the religiously themed PC game from Left Behind Games Inc. has sold more than 65,000 units to retailers nationwide in the first six weeks of its release.

"These numbers provide an excellent foundation, compared with the first release of other successful realtime strategy games," says Left Behind Games co-founder/ceo, Troy Lyndon.