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Headline News RCN Launches Boomerang Cartoons on Its New Digital Vision Lineup

RCN Corp., a leading provider of triple play cable, high-speed Internet and phone services, announced that Boomerang, the 24-hour classic animation network from Turner Broadcasting, will now be featured in its New York City (RCN Channel 186) and Philadelphia (RCN Channel 147) new digital lineups. These additional launches complete RCN's roll out of the network in all of RCN's markets.

Boomerang offers classic cartoons like THE JETSONS, JABBERJAW, SNAGGLEPUSS, TOM & JERRY, THE SMURFS and more than 4,000 episodic half-hours of classic cartoons, primarily by Hanna-Barbera.

Headline News Nelvana & British Telecom Partner on TV over Broadband

Nelvana has inked a video-on-demand agreement with British Telecommunications Inc. (BT) in the U.K. Coming on the heels of recent North American partnerships with Comcast and Rogers (along with preschool broadcaster Treehouse), this deal widens the scope of Nelvana's on-demand initiatives to include Europe.

MAGGIE AND THE FEROCIOUS BEAST, LITTLE BEAR, BABAR, MAX & RUBY and THE FAIRLY ODDPARENTS are among the initial family entertainment programs Nelvana will make available to BT's next-generation TV offering, slated to launch by late summer/fall 2006.

Headline News Look Effects Relocates to El Capitan Theatre

Look Effects, the Hollywood-based visual effects company whose credits include THE LIFE AQUATIC, THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST, INTO THE BLUE, MALCOLM IN THE MIDDLE and CSI: NY, is expanding and relocating to state-of-the-art facilities inside Hollywoods historic El Capitan Theatre: 6834 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 300 Hollywood, California, 90028.

Headline News R!OT Atlanta Completes Major Expansion

Responding to increased demands for its services and the continuing growth of the broadcast and advertising industries in the southeast, R!OT Atlanta has completed a major expansion and reconstruction effort. The work has resulted in a complete makeover of the facility, providing clients and staff with an enhanced creative working environment.

Headline News Alias Introduces ‘Creative Bridge’

Alias introduced Creative Bridge, a services program designed to assist senior business managers and marketing professionals effectively exploit design and engineering data in their efforts to develop branded materials that are visually engaging, product correct, and can be created in significantly less time on increasingly tighter budgets.

Headline News Mainframe Launches Expanded Creative Services Division

Mainframe Ent. Inc. has launched a full service Creative Services division that will specialize in all areas of graphic design, motion graphics, titling, opening sequences and branding. The first project of the newly-expanded division will be an alliance with McLean Mashingaidze-Greaves to design the new website for the popular TV Series PINK PLANET, which airs on CityTV, Vancouver. Pinkplanet.tv will feature e-commerce, video blogs and wi-fi based social networking. In addition, the division is working with IDT Ent.

Headline News Bakers Man Cooks Up Truelight Ent. Headed By Keven O’Donnell

Bakers Man, an industry leader in Internet based technology, marketing communications and digital information management for the entertainment industry, has formed a new production company, TrueLight Entertainment, to provide a wide range of animation production, innovative marketing and e-learning services based on proprietary processes and tools. Industry veteran Kevin ODonnell is president of new media company.

Headline News Autodesk Extends Consulting Services

Autodesk Inc. has extended Autodesk Consulting services to the media and entertainment industry by creating a dedicated practice to help media and entertainment clients realize their ideas. Media and entertainment is the fourth market practice for Autodesk Consulting, joining manufacturing, building and infrastructure.

Headline News Eyetronics Announces 2005 Slate

Eyetronics, an international provider of high resolution scanning services and animation-ready 3D models, is coming off its most successful year yet and looks to 2005 with a prestigious slate of projects, including RACING STRIPES, ELEKTRA, the much anticipated CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, BATMAN BEGINS, THE BROTHERS GRIMM, LEGEND OF ZORRO, THE ICE PRINCESS and TRANSPORTER II. Among the recent feature films employing Eyetronics scanning services are ALEXANDER, BLADE: TRINITY, MASTER AND COMMANDER, KING ARTHUR, THE LAST SAMURAI and XXX.

Headline News Thomson Acquires MPC in Major VFX Expansion

Thomson has acquired The Moving Picture Co. (MPC) from British broadcaster, ITV, for £52.7 million (76 million). MPC, which is located in the Soho district of London and employs around 400 people, is an industry-leading provider of vfx and post-production services to both the feature film and commercial advertising industries.

Headline News Gallion Joins FilmCore Distribution to Lead Sales/Marketing

Colleen Gallion has joined FilmCore Distribution and Vault Services, a leading provider of distribution and media management services for broadcast advertising, as manager of sales and marketing. She will focus on enhancing services to existing clients and developing new markets. She will also take a lead role in promoting FilmCores digital distribution and web-based asset management services.

Headline News Renderosity Launches Web Hosting Services

Website Renderosity has launched its new Animation Outlet, a new area where animators can post their work. In support of this new area, Renderosity has designed three new hosting packages and a larger File Locker designed to fit animators bandwidth needs. The new services can be found on the Member's Options drop down menu by clicking on "My Services." Members may host their own animations, or have Renderosity do it for you.

Headline News Alias Moves to Acquire Itself from SGI

By Rick DeMott | Wednesday, February 11, 2004 at 12:00am

Alias has announced it is involved in exclusive discussions with a leading private equity investment firm for the acquisition of Alias from SGI. The company reassures customers that no changes to the management team, organization, services, support or product availability will occur as a result of the negotiations or the sale of the business.

Headline News Ascent Media Gains New CFO

Ascent Media Creative Services Group, a technical and creative services provider for the entertainment industry, has promoted Robert T. Wenrich to the position of cfo. In his new role, Wenrich will handle the strategic and financial management of the company's the entertainment television, commercial television and creative sound services operations. He originally joined the firm in 2002 as cfo for the Creative Sound Services unit.

Headline News Prelooker Seeks Ibero-American Business For mOcean

Creative solutions company mOcean is expanding its business outreach to the worldwide marketplace by naming Javier Prelooker director of new business development, international markets. Prelooker will focus on bringing the Venice, California-based studio's entertainment marketing services across all media to the Ibero-American marketplace. Kevin Aratari, managing director of mOcean, said, "The international Hispanic market has grown and matured enormously in recent years.

Headline News R!ot, Liberty Livewire Team Up In ITV Venture

R!OT and Liberty Livewire LLC's Interactive Services Group, both units of Liberty Media Group, have launched a joint venture aimed at developing interactive television applications. Under the plan, R!OT will link its broadcast post-production services with the Interactive Services Group's Web authoring, data management and e-commerce services. As part of the new venture, Liberty Livewire's Interactive Services Group has relocated its creative staff to the R!OT campus in Santa Monica.

Headline News eLance Launches Web Marketplace For Flash Services

By Dan Sarto | Wednesday, May 2, 2001 at 12:00am

eLance Inc., a professional services marketplace, has announced a new Website for Macromedia Flash development and usability services. Powered by eLance, the companys platform for Web-based outsourcing, the site, named the eLance Rich-Media Market (featuring Macromedia Flash services), lets visitors quickly purchase Flash related services for a fixed-price. The new service will allow Web designers and other Internet content creators the ability to get quick, affordable access to high quality Flash development professionals.

Headline News Screamline Launches Web-Based Rendering Free Trial

Screamline Rendering Services, provided by Intel's Internet Computing Services, is offering the 3D animation and visual effects community a special trial of their Web-based rendering services and project management software. Those wanting to take advantage of this free trial offer can download a copy of the JobAnalyst management tool from the Screamline Website. Then, at no cost, rendering projects can be uploaded and artists can enjoy free rendering services for the first 1000 frames of their work. Robert J.

Headline News CRAWFORD promotes THOMPSON

Atlanta-based CRAWFORD COMMUNICATIONS, a service provider for all

aspects of television, film, Internet, audio and satellite

communications, has announced that BILL THOMPSON has been promoted from

Production Services Division's Director of Operations to VP of

Post-Production. The 10-year veteran of the company will oversee

editing, audio, graphics, telecine and the film labs. While no longer

servicing the day-to-day operations, Thompson will still head Crawford's

production services.

Headline News Barry Schuler joins Oxygen Media Board

BARRY SCHULER, President of America Online, Inc.'s Interactive Services Group,has joined the Board of Directors of OXYGEN MEDIA. At AOL, Schuler oversees thecompany's online services unit that includes the flagship AOL service,CompuServe, Netscape and AOL Devices. Schuler joins Oxygen's CEO GeraldineLaybourne, Oprah Winfrey, Marcy Carsey, and others on the board of theprivately-held company.

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