Belgium’s Grid Animation to co-produce animated vlogs for multimedia girls fashion brand from ‘Whissper’ and ‘Waybuloo’ creator Dan Good.
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Nominees in the Animated Series category include Frederator’s ‘Bee and Puppycat,’ PBS digital studios series ‘Blank on Blank,’ webcomic ‘Cyanide & Happiness,’ Rooster Teeth’s ‘RWBY’ and YouTube animator ‘sWooZie.’
New short-form web series, ‘Grandma’s Cats Are Trying to Kill Her!’ marks commercial production company Psyop’s first foray into original programming.
Disney’s Marvel and Netflix join forces to develop historic four-series epic, plus a miniseries event based on renowned Marvel characters; landmark deal brings Marvel’s flawed heroes of Hell’s Kitchen, led by ‘Daredevil,’ to the world’s leading internet TV network in 2015.
With over 2 billion views on YouTube, ‘Happy Tree Friends: Complete Disaster’ is the first time the entire series is available in one package.
In commemoration of International Animation Day, the National Film Board of Canada launches the seventh edition of ‘Get Animated!,’ a free online screening series including a selection of recent films, two filmmaker showcases, and six brand-new films.
Creative partners Trunk Animation and Peepshow collaborate on a new approach to cyber war infomercials for IT Security giant Kaspersky Lab.
Bi-coastal directing collective Brand New School (www.brandnewschool.com) recently collaborated with agency Secret Weapon Marketing to create an intriguing new ad campaign for Clear Internet, the company that has blanketed several major cities with wireless Internet access.
On this April Fool's Day edition of her column, Pamela Kleibrink Thompson warns us against posting foolish things to the internet.
For a limited period, BRAVIA Internet Video Link owners will have the opportunity to watch the Sony Pictures summer hit, HANCOCK, prior to retail DVD and Blu-ray availability.
The movie, which can be rented for $9.99, will stream directly to BRAVIA televisions equipped with Sony's BRAVIA Internet Video Link for a 24-hour viewing period. This offer will be available beginning on October 28 and running through November 10.
The Giddy Gander Company's THE WUMBLERS (www.wumblers.com) has been added to KidZui "The Internet For Kids." With more than 600,000 websites, pictures, and video currently comprising KidZui's parent and teacher approved content, THE WUMBLERS is being featured today as one of the most highly trafficked and enjoyable websites for children.
KidZui is a new kids' browser that makes surfing the Internet fun, easy, and safe for kids ages 3-12.
ADV Films and Crunchyroll will bring fan-favorite series WELCOME TO THE N.H.K. to the Internet. ADV Films is the number one producer-distributor of anime outside of Japan and Crunchyroll is the leading destination for Asian content on the Internet.
In a progressive campaign to leverage digital promotion, ADV has made the first two installments of the 24 episode series available for at www.crunchyroll.com. Two additional episodes will be added each Thursday over the next five weeks.
The Directors Guild of America (DGA) announced today that it has concluded a tentative agreement on the terms of a new three-year collective bargaining agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP).
Highlights of the new agreement include:
* Increases both wages and residual bases for each year of the contract.* Establishes DGA jurisdiction over programs produced for distribution on the Internet.
China will institute new rules at the end of the month that limit the broadcast of video or audio content on the Internet to state-run sites, BLOOMBERG NEWS and THE NEW YORK TMES report. Beginning Jan. 31, only government-run entities will be licensed to disseminate material, which may not promote sex, violence, gambling, or religious cults, or reveal state secrets.
Netflix Inc. and LG Electronics today announced they are joining forces to develop a set-top box for consumers to stream movies and other programming from the Internet to HDTVs -- bypassing the need to use a personal computer.
The collaboration is expected to deliver a new online home entertainment service via technology embedded in an LG networked player planned for the second half of 2008.
A virtual space of information about the MIPCOM Mobile & Internet TV Awards has been set up inside the 3D virtual world of Second Life. This virtual platform brings together creators and new talent in emerging areas of entertainment, such as Internet and machinima.
Aardman Animations announced today (May 30, 2007), that it will launch its own branded channel on Joost, the world's first broadcast-quality Internet television service. Aardman began distributing programming on mobile platforms in 2006 and will now broadcast its content online through platforms like Joost.
The Aardman channel will offer classic animated shows from the studio, such as CREATURE COMFORTS and MORPH, surreal comedies REX THE RUNT, PANIC IN THE VILLAGE and The Adventures of Jeffrey, plus some brand-new short films.
The worldwide Internet audience has decided in a public voting about the winners of the Bitfilm Awards. More than 750 films from 51 countries have applied for the prizes in seven categories.
The winners are:
T-Com 3D Space AwardVERSUS by François Caffiaux, Romain Noel and Thomas Salas (France)
Adobe FX Mix AwardTRAVEL DIARY by Keng-Ming Liu (Taiwan/U.S.)
MTV Flash AwardBLOW by Hermes Mangialardo (Italy)
Hamburg Machinima Award
Christopher Harz examines the international new media market, chronicling its evolutions and revolutions.
TOM Online Inc., China's leading wireless Internet company, announced that Cisco Systems Inc. and Macromedia Inc. will acquire strategic share interests in Indiagames Ltd., a leading global publisher of mobile games majority owned by TOM Online. This move enhances the India-based mobile games publisher's position for global growth.
Rick DeMott talks with Gregg and Evan Spiridellis of JibJab Media and John Evershed of Mondo Media about how two firms vastly different during the dotcom bubble of 2000 have survived and now thrive on the Net.
The Internet just had its 35th birthday party Oct. 29, 2004, at UCLA, where it all started. On Sept. 2, 1969, Leonard Kleinrock led a team of engineers to establish the first network connection between two computers, ushering in a new method of global communications. A month later, the second node was added at Stanford, and, on October 29, the first host-to-host Internet-type message was sent from UCLA. The message was LO, which sounds prophetic until Kleinrock explains it.