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Headline News Nickelodeon Announces Int’l Finalists for 2014 Global Animated Shorts Program

Eight shorts selected from the U.K., Spain, Italy, Canada and Australia to be considered for long-form series production on Nickelodeon.

Headline News ‘Hipopotamy,’ ‘Seth’s Dominion’ Take Top Prizes at Ottawa

The 2014 Grand Prize for Best Animated Feature is given to ‘Seth’s Dominion’ by Luc Chamberland at the Ottawa International Animation Festival; ‘Hipopotamy’ by Piotr Dumala wins the Nelvana 2014 Grand Prize for Best Short Animation.

Headline News Mill Creek Entertainment Acquires Leach-Rankin Holiday Specials

Home entertainment giant to release animated family holiday specials ‘Witch’s Night Out’ and ‘The Gift of Winter,’ featuring the voice talents of Gilda Radner, Catherine O’Hara and Dan Aykroyd.

Headline News Team Generous Travels to North America for Habitat for Humanity

Danish non-profit to gather 12 artists for two weeks to design, animate, create and produce a short film expressing the heart of Habitat’s intention and community service.

Headline News Cartoon Connection Kicks off Oct. 28

Cartoon Connection Canada returns this year October 28-31 at the Loews Hôtel Le Concorde in Quebec City, with producers and buyers from 15 different countries taking part in the Speed Meetings aimed at connecting international collaborations and productions.

Headline News Nick Consumer Products Canada To Represent Viacom In The Region

Nickelodeon Consumer Products (NCP), a division of Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) today announced plans to take its Canadian licensing and merchandising business in-house as of 1 October 2011.

Headline News Nickelodeon Presents Power Rangers Samurai

Corus Entertainment’s Nickelodeon (Canada), a leading entertainment brand for kids, is bringing one of the most popular franchises in kids television history to an entirely new generation with the Canadian broadcast premiere of Power Rangers Samurai this Friday, February 11 at 8 p.m. ET.

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