Shortform series created and executive produced by Ryan Quincy to serve as teasers for full-length animated series on Disney XD slated for a 2016 premiere.
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Michael Stevens, creator of hit online YouTube channel Vsauce1, is set to deliver the keynote speech at this year’s Children’s Media Conference, taking place July 1-3, 2015 in Sheffield.
Amazon’s stop-motion series ‘Tumble Leaf’ receives five Emmys, including outstanding preschool children’s animated program; Netflix wins three awards for DreamWorks Animation’s ‘All Hail King Julien,’ and Moonbot’s collaboration with Dolby, ‘Silent,’ garners two awards for YouTube.
Latest chapter of Toei’s long-running series launches in Europe following its television and online debut.
Kidscreen Summit 2015 announces Malik Ducard as the keynote speaker and the official conference schedule.
After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Mondo Media launches a new season ‘Baman Piderman’ on YouTube.
New 15-minute animated sketch show to mix topical comedy with a number of Mondo Media’s original series.
Originally appearing in 1977 as Tony Hart’s sidekick, the last new ‘Morph’ episode was broadcast in 1997.
MTV bolsters its slate of digital content with the re-launch of the ‘Liquid Television’ animation franchise, executive produced by Chris Prynoski.
DreamWorks Animation launches a new YouTube family channel called DreamworksTV overseen by Brian Robbins, founder and CEO of DreamWorks-owned AwesomenessTV.
The Visual Effects Society launches a new YouTube channel dedicated to showcasing outstanding examples of visual effects artistry and innovation from around the world, practical skills demonstrations, insights from leading practitioners, and original content from VES signature events, workshops and forums.
The Maker Studios board of directors and a majority of its shareholders approve the company’s $500 million-plus sale to Disney.
Relativity Media attempts to scoop up YouTube multi-channel network Maker Studios from Disney with a last-minute bid worth up to $1.1 billion.
Co-founders of Maker Studios file a lawsuit seeking to block an April 15 shareholder vote approving the multichannel network’s recently announced $500 million-plus sale to Disney.
DreamWorks Animation-owned AwesomenessTV makes a deal to acquire YouTube channel network Big Frame for $15 million.
The Walt Disney Company pays $500 million for Maker Studios, one of YouTube’s largest multi-channel networks.
Led by Warner Bros. Entertainment and existing investors MK Capital, Redpoint Ventures and Google Capital, Machinima secures $18 million in financing.
The Jim Henson Company forms a partnership with Los Angeles-based digital video company Base79 to help boost the company’s original content presence on YouTube.
DreamWorks Animation expands its partnership with YouTube to produce a series of daily shows highlighting some of the most compelling entertainment on the video-sharing website.
Frederator Studios’ Cartoon Hangover YouTube channel surpasses one million subscribers, becoming the second-fastest original funded YouTube channel to do so in its first 12 months.
Bigger, better, with more mayhem and varied bodily fluid discharges, our plucky Red and Blue travel the world on an epic and perilous quest.