Hulu to become exclusive subscription video on-demand home to popular programming from Adult Swim and Cartoon Network.
Cardiff-based Cloth Cat Animation creates 52 episodes of children’s animation ‘Toot the Tiny Tugboat’ using ftrack production management software integrated with The Foundry’s HIERO, and Thinkbox Software’s Deadline.
Marking the network’s first digital short-form series to be greenlit for television, 20-episode animated adventure with companion app to debut in 2016.
Disney Junior's ‘Doc McStuffins,’ produced by Dublin, Ireland-based Brown Bag Films, wins Peabody Award for excellence in children's programming.
Returning voice cast for Disney Television Animation’s hit series includes Thomas Middleditch, Adam DeVine, Alfred Molina and Larry Wilmore.
Daniel Barenboim and the creators of ‘Peppa Pig’ among the prestigious international collaborators for upcoming production slate that will include a mix of live-action and animated shows.
Japanese distributor Tohokushinsha Film Corporation acquires broadcast and licensing rights to ITV Studios’ newly-imagined series.
MarVista Entertainment to introduce 52 half-hour episodes of the highly successful animated action series from Dentsu Entertainment, ‘Little Battlers Experience,’ to partners throughout Latin America.
Designer Mike Perry discusses the evolution of the animated title sequence and visual identity for Comedy Central’s ‘Broad City.’
Corus secures Canadian licensing rights to Disney Channel’s content and is set to launch Disney Channel TV Network in Canada for the first time on September 1, 2015.
Cartoon Network Latin America taps the talents of animation and digital production studio Awesome Inc. to create new promos for the network’s month-long stunt, ‘Kingdom of Awesome.’
FranceTV Distribution to manage channels in France on YouTube and Dailymotion for titles including ‘Blinky Bill,’ ‘Flipper & Lopaka’ and 3D animated preschool series ‘Zigby.’
Raft of new programming for the Middle East includes ‘Jamie’s Got Tentacles’ and ‘Invisible Network of Kids.’
Agreement extension includes rights for remakes of the classic series ‘Maya the Bee’ and ‘Vic The Viking.’
Corus Entertainment-owned TELETOON, BBC Worldwide and Radical Sheep team up on ‘The Bagel And Becky Show’ with showrunner Adam Rotstein of ‘Inspector Gadget’ fame.
Turner’s premier kids channels to air more than 800 minutes of Mattel content including movies, features and short-form content for Barbie, Monster High, Hot Wheels and Max Steel across Latin America.
DHX Media to handle worldwide distribution for Gwen Stefani-inspired series produced by Moody Street Kids and Vision Animation for Network Ten.
New original series based on DreamWorks Animation’s ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ premieres worldwide on June 26.
French production and post-production company is known for producing the animation for the ‘Asterix’ series and ‘Le Petit Prince.’
CGI reboot based on the original 1930’s book series written by Dorothy Wall is produced by Flying Bark Productions.
Kids’ TV production and rights management company to collaborate with new digital platform TotallyTween on 26-episode, two-minute interactive series.