In a move to attract even greater numbers of international productions, Ireland boosts its cash rebate from 28% to 32% beginning in 2015.
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BFI Certification Unit has so far issued certificates to 16 UK animation programs, including Coolabi’s highly anticipated reboot of children’s classic ‘The Clangers.’
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.
From first-time series creator Rebecca Sugar, ‘Steven Universe,’ Cartoon Network’s newest original animated comedy series, becomes the network’s most-watched series premiere to date in 2013 among kids 6-11 and boys 6-11.
Fox and The Simpsons producers make changes to Sunday’s programming to pay tribute to the passing of longtime Simpsons voice actor Marcia Wallace.
Post house ArsenalFX Color, sister company to ArsenalFX, provides post production services, ranging from dailies through delivery, for ABC hit series Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
DreamWorks Animation reports third quarter 2013 financial results; revenue from feature film segment drives strong earnings.
Marcia Wallace, the voice of Edna Krabappel, Bart's acerbic teacher on ‘The Simpsons,’ passes away at the age of 70 on Friday, October 25.
Syfy launches new Syfygames.com to curate best online free-to-play games for science fiction, fantasy and supernatural genre fans; redesign will feature exclusive content for ‘Battlestar Galactica Online’ game.
Ben Tennyson and partner Rook investigate a distress call aboard a stranded spacecraft in a full-color original adventure series based on the Emmy-winning animated kids program.
A&E announced it has greenlit production on a new original unscripted real-life series, Animation Festival Jury Wars, a candid look into the vicious and cutthroat world of pre-selection jurying, where back-stabbing, chair throwing, hair pulling and name calling are common.
EuropaCorp reports that it has a major U.S. TV network interested in its TV adaptation of the film series TRANSPORTER, according to Deadline.com.
SHOCKTILLYOUDROP.com reports that Stephen King's BAG OF BONES is changing course from the big screen to TV.
iVOD preschool net Puff TV has inked an exclusive deal with PorchLight Ent. for its leading CGI series JAY JAY THE JET PLANE, according to KIDSCREEN. The agreement includes a number of European territories, as well as Canada. Puff will also develop interactive TV VOD games based on the property.
JAY JAY airs daily in the U.S. on PBS and Sprout TV, and is also available internationally in more than 50 countries.
Founded in 2005, Puff TV is the world's first iVOD TV channel dedicated to the infant and preschool market.
MIP TV (April 2-6, 2001, Cannes, France) is one of the premiere television conferences and markets in the world. The six-day event brings together production companies and distributors from all over the globe. The conference includes a vast array of panels and round-table discussions with some of the world's top professionals. MIP TV 2000 scored a hit with over 11,000 participants, representing 2,776 companies from 100 countries. The countries most represented in terms of stands were: France, US, UK, Canada and Germany.
On Monday, November 6, 2000, German children's TV producer and rights buyer TV Loonland announced that it expects annual sales to top DM127 million (US$55.9 million) for 2000. This report is almost four times its original estimate of DM32.7 million ($14.4 million) when the German company went public in March. It's pretax profit is estimated to be DM25.5 million ($11.2 million), increased from DM18.6 million ($8.2 million). TV Loonland attributes the growth to its recent international acquisitions, including the purchase of France's Salsa Distribution and U.K. production studio Telemagination.
MIP TV (April 8-14, 2000) is one of the premiere television
conferences and markets in the world. The six-day event brings
together production companies and distributors from all over the
globe. The conference includes a vast array of panels and round-table
discussions with some of the world's top professionals. In 1999, MIP
TV attracted 10,439 professionals from 2,565 companies from 94
countries, of which 1,170 were exhibiting companies from 50 different
On the occasion of the upcoming MIP TV (April 10-14) and Cartoons on the Bay Festival (April 14-18), AWN will be publishing a special TV Animation edition of the Animation Flash on April 4, 2000. To insure that all your television-related news is printed in the Flash please submit press releases to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 30, 2000. Please put "MIP TV News" in the subject area of your e-mail. Thank you.
Film Roman has joined Los Angeles-based Latino production company Sí TV toproduce a half-hour, English language animated pilot entitled STUCK IN THEMIDDLE which is intended for prime time. Written and co-created by Sí TVco-chairman Jeff Valdez, the pilot will feature the vocal talent ofco-creator and executive producer Cheech Marin (comedy team Cheech & Chong;NASH BRIDGES), who also serves on the advisory board of Sí TV. STUCK IN THEMIDDLE is about a twelve-year old whose home life in The Barrio contrasts