Ten-year visual effects software industry veteran Todd Prives joins ZYNC to drive marketing strategy and customer adoption.
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Legend3D makes distributed production a reality by employing TACTIC across studios in San Diego, Los Angeles, and India.
A new animation featuring Sesame Street favorite Abby Cadabby has just begun airing on the UK’s Channel 5 Milkshake! Kids’ block.
Visual effects software developer The Foundry announced that Spin VFX has purchased a site license of KATANA and will now be using the software on all its future projects.
The National Film Board of Canada’s pioneering role in short filmmaking will be showcased once again at the CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival, taking place in Toronto from June 5-10, 2012.
The heroic epic adventure “John Carter” arrives on Disney Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-ray 3D, HD Digital, DVD and On-Demand June 5, 2012.
The chart-topping super-team of Joss Whedon and John Cassaday return for more action on home entertainment shelves this summer in "Astonishing X-Men: Torn!"
Families nationwide will “scream” for joy when “Wilson And The Ice Cream Fair,” the newest DVD in the award-winning hit “Chuggington” DVD series from Anchor Bay Entertainment.
Donya Labs announced the release of Simplygon 4.0 with new features and a multitude of improvements, tweaks and optimizations to both core features and usability.
Visual effects boutique BFX Imageworks recently completed VFX for "Super Shark" and "Jersey Shore Shark Attack," two features set to premiere this summer on the Syfy Channel.
NCircle Entertainment will release “The Gruffalo’s Child,” the highly anticipated follow-up to the Academy Award-nominated animated short, “The Gruffalo,” on DVD on August 14, 2012.
Imira Entertainment, Spain’s leading production and distribution company specializing in youth programming, has increased the presence of its shows in Latin America and on Hispanic US networks, signing a rash of deals from its extensive library of third-party content.
Game developer Game Pill is creating a new side-scrolling adventure Supergame based on the international hit children’s animated comedy series “Almost Naked Animals,” produced and distributed by 9 Story Entertainment.
Two leading names in the licensing industry, Rocket Licensing in the UK and Licensing Street in the US, have been appointed to take the popular pre-school entertainment brand “Driver Dan’s Story Train” into a wide range of categories across the two territories.
Sesame Workshop, the non-profit educational organization behind “Sesame Street,” has promoted Erica Branch-Ridley to Vice President, Executive in Charge of Production for Sesame Learning.
Legend3D introduced Stereo Works, a new business division dedicated to collaborating with entertainment studios to create seamless stereo images for feature films.
In an interview with Daily Variety, screenwriter John Spaihts, who shares a writing credit on “Prometheus” with “Lost” creator Damon Lindelof, said the idea for the “Alien” prequel was hatched from a general meeting he took at Scott Free, director Ridley Scott's production banner, back in 2009.
NBCUniversal International has taken a controlling stake in global children’s channel KidsCo. The deal will see NBCUI own a 51 percent share of KidsCo, with Corus Entertainment increasing its stake to 43.8 percent and previous joint-venture partner, Cookie Jar, exiting.
Red Giant today released Magic Bullet Arsenal, an elegant new presentation app designed for Apple’s iPad that shows and shares creative work.
Leading European production and distribution company Millimages has secured a far-reaching multi-territory deal with Nickelodeon for its highly successful pre-school show “Louie.”
Production company Hornet announced that it has signed 2011 BAFTA Award-winning director Mikey Please to its talent roster.
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