DreamWorks Animation and Netflix announce a new kids slate that features three new original series: King Julien, Puss in Boots, and Veggie Tales in the House.
Category: Internet and Interactive
Shotgun Software announces the integration of its pipeline tools with Perforce to streamline game development team collaboration.
Hit show created by Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland boasts worldwide online exclusive and television network first.
Led by Warner Bros. Entertainment and existing investors MK Capital, Redpoint Ventures and Google Capital, Machinima secures $18 million in financing.
Fuhu partners with BabyFirst to debut its first television series, Albert & Junior, an animated series inspired by the award-wining nabi kids technology brand.
Amateur animators are invited to submit stop-motion videos to be featured on the website of and possibly shown at Gumby Fest 2014.
Matthew Stephenson’s short hallucinatory tale of a puckish heron and a frog with inviting eyes, They Both Explode, is now available for free streaming on Vimeo.
Next-gen painting application for 3D assets to be featured development tool on world’s biggest gaming platform; revolutionary particle-based painting and multi-channel brushes.
DreamWorks Animation-owned AwesomenessTV hires former Disney digital marketing exec T.J. Marchetti as chief marketing officer.
Invisible Light Network brings predictions of the digital future to life for IBM with three new short films.
Framestore teams with Wieden + Kennedy Portland to create “The Power of Hair,” a new digital experience for Old Spice.
Featuring the hilarious adventures of a mischievous feline who will do almost anything to be fed, Simon’s Cat joins animation luminary Fred Seibert’s Channel Frederator Network.
HOAX Films creates an experiential website for MEBO International that allows visitors to experience a computer-generated floating city that’s home to a towering library, a giant rotating sphere and other iconic wonders.
Announcing its ambition to become the home of British adult animation, Wildseed Studios unveils new shows on its YouTube channel.
The Jim Henson Company forms a partnership with Los Angeles-based digital video company Base79 to help boost the company’s original content presence on YouTube.
With the general submissions deadline for SIGGRAPH 2014 only five days away, conference organizers issue a final call for entries.
Winners are announced for Kidscreen’s second annual iKids Awards, established to recognize and celebrate the market’s best digital media products and platforms for children.
Aardman partners with NatWest to create Pigby's Fair, a fun smartphone and tablet app for children to help them learn about saving money.
Cinedigm announces plans to release an English-language version of Aachi & Ssipak on DVD, Blu-ray, and digital platforms on March 11th with an early digital release of the first chapters on YouTube starting February 11th.
VIZ Media’s Neon Alley evolves to become the new home for digital streaming anime content in the U.S.
The Solid State teams with The Smith Family on an animated web series to raise awareness of over 600,000 disadvantaged Australian children.
The year’s best work in children’s television is singled out and celebrated by the global kids entertainment industry at Kidscreen Summit in New York.