Terms of the deal were not disclosed; move promises to put additional resources behind London-based game studio’s highly successful massively multiplayer online game.
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Bringing 25+ years’ experience to her new role as senior creative executive, the kids’ content veteran will oversee the creative development of third-party animation, co-production, and live-action, bringing new, engaging content to Cartoon Network.
Deal cements company’s commitment to the local market, providing users with additional resources and creative tools.
Acquisition will expand global talent base throughout company’s diverse global business units; deal will bolster its service offerings in regions including U.S., Canada, Europe and the U.K.
Leading visual effects studio behind films like ‘Avengers: Endgame’ and the upcoming ‘No Time to Die’ and ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ acquires the former Deluxe creative studio assets, in a move that brings some of the industry’s key production expertise and capacity under one roof.
Additions across distribution, development, legal, and technology include veteran executives Joss Duffield; Gráinne McNamara; Jennifer Bol; and Boris Beaubien.
Deal gives leading game company and Unreal Engine makers access to leading GDPR-compliant kidtech platforms for delivering safe, monetizable digital offerings to young kids.
$7.5 billion cash deal for game maker’s parent, ZeniMax Media, expands software giant’s growing gaming business profile.
Acquisition of award-winning remote viewing tool should foster collaborative development of powerful new workflow solutions for the creative industries.
Former eOne exec Jessica Labi and Nickelodeon VP David Sztoser join company to head distribution, brand strategy, licensing and merchandising efforts.
Disney’s historic $71.3 billion acquisition of 21st Century Fox creates an unprecedented collection of content and talent for the Mouse House.
Company’s global VFX brand continues its expansion plans with acquisition of award-winning VFX studio.
Original animated preschool comedy series set to air in U.S., Australia-New Zealand, Korea and India.
Deal for 757 half hours of animated and live-action content includes current development slate and rights to future seasons.
Move solidifies the company’s position as a leading vertically integrated kids & family content provider with full-scale operations in Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia.
Companies worked together on hit preschool series ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood’ and ‘Creative Galaxy.’
Deal brings Fox’s movie and TV studios, and cable and international TV businesses together under a single roof.
New York-based studio founded by Josh Selig will continue to work on new projects in conjunction with the new owners’ assets.
The acquisition accelerates Adobe’s position in the cutting-edge 360-degree film and virtual reality media, allowing native integration of SkyBox plugin functionality in future releases of Premiere Pro and After Effects.