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Blogs Amazing Kids! and Perry's Previews Announce First-Ever "Amazing Kids! Perrific Oscar Picks! Contest"

By Perry Chen | Thursday, February 3, 2011 at 2:59pm

Amazing Kids! (www.amazing-kids.org) and Perry’s Previews (www.perryspreviews.com) announced that entries are now being accepted for their first-ever “Amazing Kids!’ Perrific Oscar Picks!” Contest. Amazing Kids! and Perry’s Previews are challenging kids and teens worldwide, ages 6-17, to predict the Oscar® winner for Best Animated Feature of 2010 for the upcoming 83rd Academy Awards and make their voice heard.

Headline News Corus Celebrates Franklin’s 25th Anniversary

Corus Entertainment’s Kids Can Press, Nelvana Studio and Treehouse are pleased to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Franklin, one of the world’s most adored preschool characters, with the release of a special edition of Franklin in the Dark, the re-release of 12 classic Franklin stories – available in stores today – and the Treehouse premiere of the new CGI-animated series Franklin and Friends on Friday, March 4 at 6 p.m. ET.

Headline News Nick Announces Ninth Season of SpongeBob SquarePants

Nickelodeon, the number-one kids’ brand and largest producer of television animation in the world, has picked up a ninth season of the hit animated series SpongeBob SquarePants, it was announced today by Brown Johnson, President, Animation, Nickelodeon and MTVN Kids and Family Group.

Headline News ScrollMotion’s Iceberg Kids V.2 Platform Brings New Thomas & Friends™ Story-Inspired Apps to Life

HIT Entertainment, a leading provider of quality children’s entertainment, is expanding its reach in digital entertainment with the launch of a brand new series of Thomas & Friends™ story-inspired mobile and tablet applications by developer ScrollMotion.

Headline News CN, Kids Foot Locker Align for "Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards"

Cartoon Network and Kids Foot Locker are coming together for the first-ever Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards to provide one lucky viewer the opportunity to attend the awards show in early 2011.

Headline News Kidscreen Summit 2011 To Present Brand-New Sessions

KidScreen Summit 2011 is offering delegates a comprehensive conference program featuring unparalleled access to some of the world’s leading kids entertainment executives and networking opportunities designed to inform, inspire and invigorate new business.

Headline News FireBreather Smokes All Kids’ Competition

Scorching away all competition across its 90-minute original movie premiere (7-8:30 p.m.), Cartoon Network’s FIREBREATHER ranked as Wednesday’s (Nov. 24) #1 telecast of the night among all kids and boys demos ages 2-11, 6-11, 9-14 and 12-17 vs. all television networks, according to Nielsen Media Research.

Headline News CN Orders More Adventure Time, MAD, Regular Show

Cartoon Network is ordering new seasons of the much-loved and hugely successful Monday night animated comedy series Adventure Time, Regular Show and MAD; it was announced today by Cartoon Network chief content officer Rob Sorcher.

Headline News Spy Kids 4: All The Time In The World Clocks In

Principal photography is underway in Austin, Texas on Dimension Film’s family action adventure, “Spy Kids 4: All The Time In The World,” being directed by Robert Rodriguez (“Sin City,” The “Spy Kids” Trilogy) from his own screenplay.

Blogs The Younger the Audience, the More Obvious the Performance

By Ed Hooks | Monday, August 23, 2010 at 8:27am

Most major animated feature films today are designated “Family” films. But a family is comprised of a number of individuals of different ages and life experiences. Is there really such a thing, really, as a “Family” film? After all, Walt Disney did not make “Family” movies like those we see today. He made movies for kids, and then charmed the adults into coming also. Ed Hooks takes a look at these issues and how they impact on performance animation.

Headline News Jim Henson Company Announces Wilson & Ditch: Digging America Second Season

The Jim Henson Company announced today that it is beginning production on the second season of WILSON & DITCH: DIGGING AMERICA the online destination for PBSKIDSGO.org about two comical gophers on a cross-country adventure as they explore America’s most famous (and perhaps not-so-famous) destinations.

Headline News Cyberchase Goes To School!

As it kicks off its eighth successful season on PBS KIDS GO! (check local listings), the daily animated math series Cyberchase will engage kids in a whole new way with Lucky Star, an application for SMART Board interactive whiteboards.

Headline News Thomas & Friends, Angelina Ballerina The Next Steps Launch On Discovery Kids In Latin America

HIT Entertainment, a leading provider of quality children's entertainment, and Discovery Kids, the pioneer preschool channel in Latin America, debuted new episodes of Thomas & Friends (Thomas y sus amigos/ Thomas e seus amigos), presented for the first time in CG animation and with individual character voices, as well as the new CG animated series, Angelina Ballerina The Next Steps (Angelina Ballerina, Los Siguientes Pasos/Angelina Ballerina, Os Seguintes Passos) in Latin America.

Headline News Nick & NFL Team Up On New Animated Short-Form Series

Nickelodeon, the number-one entertainment brand for kids, and the National Football League, the most popular sports league among kids, are entering into their first production partnership to create the new, original animated short-form series, Rush Zone: Guardians of the Core for Nicktoons.

Headline News Angelina Ballerina Campaigns To Get Kids in Dance Programs

HIT Entertainment, a leading provider of quality children's entertainment, has launched an all-new pro-social campaign based on the little star with big dreams, Angelina Ballerina, and is piloting this program at the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club in the Bronx.

Headline News Qubo To Launch New Slate of Kids Shows

Qubo Channel announces the launch of twelve new animated and live action series with several U.S. premieres that will roll out on the network beginning this summer through the fall of 2010.

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