Catherine Morrissey reports on the growing importance of second screen and new media platforms for TV animation producers.
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Polygon Pictures forms a partnership with Malaysia's Silver Ant to establish a new joint venture, Silver Ant PPI.
Adult Swim launches a new digital comedy website called Thing X, led by former Onion editor Joe Randazzo.
Digital Domain dominates discussions at Saturday’s VES Summit 2012 at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Marina del Rey.
Pratt Institute's Department of Digital Arts presents three lectures by four artists as part of its fall 2012 lecture series.
Digital Domain Media Group wins court approval to sell its business to a partnership of Chinese and Indian film companies.
Attracting some of the best minds in digital design and media just got easier with the launch of the new Centre for Digital Media at Great Northern Way Campus (GNWC).
Galloping Horse America and Reliance MediaWorks win joint bid to acquire Digital Domain and Mothership.
The city of West Palm Beach slams Digital Domain Media Group in bankruptcy court and a shareholder suit is filed.
Framestore restructures its senior commercials management team to reflect the company’s increased global reach and ongoing evolution into an integrated advertising partner.
Digital Domain Institute has suspended its certification classes indefinitely, leaving 16 students in the lurch.
Digital Domain Media Group files for bankruptcy protection, saying its production business will be sold.
It remains unclear what direction the company is heading in as it restructures and tries to avoid Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Digital Domain Media Group announces a strategic realignment that will enable the company to focus its resources on its core business.
Digital Domain Media Group defaults on payment obligations and is in talks to emerge from financial crisis.
Studio collaborates with BVK to deliver integrated ad campaign featuring original character designs.
Shares of visual effects company Digital Domain Media Group have plunged 75 percent in four months; CEO John Textor tells regulators he’s considering buying the company.
Dr Toon recounts the pivotal years from 1994-2000, when TV animation underwent crucial changes in production technology.