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Sony Pictures Animation passes the one million mark in the number of fans on its Facebook page, releasing a drawing by Cloudy 2 director Kris Pearn to celebrate the event.
BRB Internacional heads to NATPE with the premiere of Invizimals, a series based on the successful PlayStation videogame saga.
Speakers at the 2014 Kidscreen Summit are announced, including Nickelodeon President of Content Development & Production Russell Hicks and DreamWorks Animation’s Head of Television Marjorie Cohn.
The finalists for the British Animation Awards 2014 are announced; held every two years, the British Animation Awards reward the best in British animation across a variety of categories.
The Academy Award-nominated short film Feral is now available online for viewing in its entirety via Vimeo On Demand.
The Producers Guild of America announces this year’s winning motion picture and television productions unveiled during the 25th Annual Producers Guild Awards ceremony on Sunday, January 19.
Animation Production Day, hosted by the FMX Conference on Animation, Effects, Games and Transmedia and the Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film, takes place April 24-25, 2014; the deadline for submissions is February 28.
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.
Hulu announces its original programming lineup for 2014, including a second season of Seth Meyers’ hit animated series The Awesomes.
VIZ Media’s Kids On The Slope, a new series from the team behind Cowboy Bebop, will premiere on Neon Alley January 19.
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.
If you’re a writer you are familiar with the word. You just wrote an Academy Award-quality screenplay or an Emmy-quality series development, put together a solid pitch, gave it to the producer or exec with passion, and he or she responded with the most painful one-word epithet in the English language—Pass.
Cartoon Network Watch and Play has been featured in the “Best of 2013” selection of innovative kids apps by the App Store and iTunes.
Organizers for SIGGRAPH’s 41st International Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques issue a call for submissions.
DreamWorks Animation partners with Fuhu to launch an educational tablet for kids called the DreamTab.
Scholastic Media’s beloved fan favorite television shows The Babysitter’s Club, I SPY and Horrible Histories now available on Hulu Plus.
Google marks New Year's Eve with a doodle that shows 2013 disco dancing while 2014 waits patiently for its turn.
Selected out of the 100,000 iPad apps launching on the App Store in 2013, Apple names Disney Animated the iPad app of the year.
Forbes writer Scott Mendelson examines the implications of multi-platform branding, or the 'Cloud Atlas strategy,' for DreamWorks Animation with the launch of Turbo FAST on Netflix.
Disney Junior brings the popular Doc McStuffins: Time For Your Check Up! app to Android devices in Google Play and for Kindle tablets in the Amazon Appstore.
Shilo director Anthony Furlong and his colleagues create a 44-second holiday card for HBO that blends a handmade sensibility with CG animation.
Turbo’s supersonic racing snail gets his own Netflix spin-off series with Chris Prynoski as Exec VP.
As part of HarperCollins’ ongoing product strategy to create “living and breathing” experiences for consumers, the publisher taps Aardman Digital to create The Hobbit: Official Visual Companion App, an app designed to accompany the film experience of Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.