Netflix and DisneyABC Television Group announce a new multi-year licensing agreement for five popular Disney Junior and Disney XD Shows.
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The Jim Henson Company launches Jim Henson Family TV, a new paid channel on YouTube. Ad-free family-friendly destination features full episodes of Henson’s top kid and preschool titles.
Designer of famed title sequences for Alfred Hitchcock and Martin Scorsese gets elaborate animated tribute.
Dark Planet Comics announces the digital release of its very first title, Silver, a 12-issue miniseries that marks the comic book debut from animation veteran Stephan Franck.
Psyop teams with ROKKAN to create “The Tales from Dunwall,” an animated prequel for the game “Dishonored.”
The One Club announces the addition of Parisfx to the Creative Week 2013 program in order to showcase the most creative and innovative French companies in digital arts and VFX.
Mirada Studios gives bestselling author Cornelia Funke’s dark, lush worlds a new dimension with an interactive app.
Technical papers are previewed for the SIGGRAPH 2013 Technical Papers program, the premier international forum for disseminating new scholarly work in computer graphics and interactive techniques.
Gifted Youth and Therapy Studios team up with NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon to redefine the test-drive in an elaborate reality-style prank for an online video and :30 TV spot called "Test Drive” for Pepsi MAX.
Blacklist director Pistachios launches HeyHeyButton, a new creation which allows users to create sound effect buttons that can be sent, shared or embedded in blogs.
Amazon Studios releases 14 new pilots online, including pilot episodes for seven animated series, with audience reaction to help determine what gets ordered to series.
Psyop’s “Dishonored,” takes gold at the 2013 Game Marketing Awards in the Best Long Format Featuring Promotional Content category.
VIZ Media announces the spring lineup for Neon Alley which includes the premiere of brand new series “Accel World,” “Fate/Zero,” “Bleach,” and “Zetman.”
British digital motion graphics company SquareZero updates its holographic representations of Bjorn, Agnetha, Benny and Frida for the ABBA museum, set to open in Stockholm in May.
FMX 2013 to include talks on “Iron Man 3,” “Oblivion,” “Despicable Me 2” and “Assassin's Creed 3” in addition to the “Virtual Production” and “Virtual Humans Forum” track highlights.