m4e AG gives the Dutch company Brand New Leisure b.v. the rights to integrate Mia and me into its innovative entertainment park concept in Roermond, The Netherlands.
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PGS announces global deals for the second season of the animated series Iron Man: Armored Adventures.
Glasgow-based Muvizu and London-based Zubox merge to form Digimania, headed up by newly appointed CEO Julie Adair.
Visual effects studio MPC collaborates with Outsider and JWT to create Barry, a CG platypus for a new brand campaign aimed at targeting a younger audience for UK bank First Direct.
PGS Entertainment strikes new deals for Robin Hood: Mischief in Sherwood, bringing the show to Quebec, Belgium, Portugal, Spain, and Finland.
Animetropolis and IDA announce the production team and unveil a teaser poster for the animated feature film adaptation of Tad Williams' “Tailchaser’s Song.”
German kids channel Super RTL signs a multi-year deal with DreamWorks Animation that will see the animation studio supply the Cologne-based network with around 1,200 hours of programming through 2020.
Newly-launched distribution company Vertical Entertainment buys the U.S. rights to the Russian 3D animated feature from Wizart.
Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom is set to cast its spell this summer, when brand new app Magic School launches on the app store courtesy of leading kid’s interactive publisher P2 Games.
Viacom International Media Networks appoints Lisa Silverman Meyers to the role of Senior Vice President of Operations and Business Planning for Nickelodeon & Viacom Consumer Products.
Geomeric’s Enlighten, real-time global illumination software, is now available for developers of Xbox One titles.
Rovio announces veteran comedy writer, John Vitti is set to write the “Angry Birds” screenplay, which is slated for a July 2016 release.
Wizart brings “Sheep and Wolves” and the sequel to “The Snow Queen” to Cannes for international pre-sales.
Gaumont Animation will celebrate the 50th anniversary of “Calimero” by hosting the opening night party of MIFA on June 12.
The 35th Moscow International Film Festival announces the first ten films in competition and that Marc Forster’s "World War Z" will open the festival.
U.K. based sales agent Moviehouse Entertainment seeks foreign buyers for Frank Gladstone's The Hero of Color City.
Aardman creates new look for kids fansite “The 99,” which launches this week on 2.4 billion screens around the world.