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Headline News VIZ Media Streams Cross Game Finale

VIZ Media presents the finale to the acclaimed anime series CROSS GAME with the availability of Episodes 49 and 50 today on VIZAnime.com, the company’s own premiere website for anime, as well as through the streaming content provider HULU (www.Hulu.com).

Headline News Animal Races To The Finish For Audi And Dodge Ram

Bicoastal commercial visual effects studio Animal recently provided a broad array of finishing services for Audi’s “Luxury Prison” campaign and Dodge’s ongoing rebrand for its Ram trucks, “Strength in Numbers.”

Headline News Voltron Revs For New Consumer Products Partners

Classic Media, a global media company with a portfolio of some of the world’s leading family entertainment brands, and World Events Productions (WEP), a top animated television production company, today announced new consumer products partners in the U.S. for Voltron for the relaunch of the iconic franchise.

Headline News DHX Media Gets Busy With Apps

DHX Media has launched a new iOS app based on the hit animated preschool show Animal Mechanicals, at the same time as its Grandpa in My Pocket app goes global, further strengthening the position of the interactive division as an award-winning developer of games for online and mobile devices.

Headline News Free Realms First Free-To-Play Virtual World On PlayStation Network

Sony Online Entertainment LLC today announced that free-to-play, family-friendly persistent virtual world game, Free Realms (www.FreeRealms.com), is scheduled for release in North America on March 29 for the PlayStation 3 Computer Entertainment System.

Headline News Nick Adds Unprecedented 450 Episodes Of New Animated Programming

Nickelodeon, the global leader in television animation, will introduce 450 episodes of new animation programming over the next three years, with nearly 200 episodes rolling out on Saturday mornings in 2012.

Headline News Angry Bird Creator Gets $42M in Funding

ANGRY BIRDS creator Rovio Mobile has received $42 million in funding from Atomico Ventures, which is part owned by Skype founders Niklas Zennstrom and Janus Friis, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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