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Digital Domain Builds an Off-Kilter World for Carl Rinsch and Mercedes’ AR Campaign

Director Carl Rinsch, RSA and AMV BBDO teamed with Digital Domain to create a cinematic, off-kilter world for Mercedes as the foundation of an integrated campaign spanning online, TV, mobile, outdoor and point-of-purchase marketing.

Cartoon Headline News

Superfad Creates Alternate Animated Universe for Cartoon Network “Toonix”

If you’ve ever wished the world behaved like it does in cartoons, you’ll love Superfad’s new promo for Cartoon Network’s “Toonix.”

World Headline News

Big Idea & World Vision Encourage Families To Give Gifts That Can Change Lives

By Rick DeMott | Tuesday, September 13, 2011 at 11:36am

Big Idea Entertainment, a leading studio and producer of children’s and family programming, characters and brands, announced today that they have teamed up with long-term partner, Christian humanitarian organization World Vision, on the release of their new DVD, VeggieTales: The Little Drummer Boy.

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Pocoyo Debuts In New Half-Hour Timeslot On Nick Jr.

The multi-award-winning animated television series Pocoyo will now be featured in a new half-hour timeslot during the weekends on Nick Jr., Nickelodeon’s 24-hour commercial-free, educational preschool network in the U.S.

Series Headline News

Turner Reveals Digital Plans for The Amazing World of Gumball

Turner Broadcasting has today launched an ambitious digital project to support the upcoming debut of its anticipated kids’ comedy series The Amazing World of Gumball on Cartoon Network.

World Headline News

Absolute Does the Impossible with Wireless

Wireless has put the world at our fingertips - to an almost literal degree. In a spot for CTIA (The Wireless Association), that is built upon a visceral, larger-than-life representation of wireless technology in our everyday lives, Absolute artfully shows us the power of innovation to control many things by unleashing the capabilities of our wireless devices.