Québec-based creative media company secures first commission from Radio Canada for original 2D animated series, ‘Dex and the Humanimals.’
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2020 Programming strategy and COVID-19 moves the 2020 TAAFI Animation Industry Conference online from November 6-8.
Comprehensive corporate name change includes new logo and website; YouTube business renamed to WildBrain Spark.
Longtime industry executive takes the helm of giant kids’ content company that includes brands like ‘Peanuts,’ ‘Teletubbies’ and ‘Inspector Gadget.’
New heads of 2D and 3D animation bring their extensive experience to lead kids and family division production teams.
Debuting just in time for summer vacation 2019, the new streaming platform will offer an extensive library of kid-friendly family viewing.
Industry veteran, with long stints at Illumination, Paramount Animation and DisneyToon Studios, is named executive vice president and general manager of the Canadian production house.
DHX Media signs deals to introduce kids around the world to new animated series based on Mattel’s original micro-scale doll brand.
Recent BRON Ventures investment helps ESM launch new ‘Dolph-N-Fince’ and ‘Haley & The Hero Heart’ franchises.
Over 1,000 producers, investors, buyers and broadcasters attend 29th edition of leading European animation co-production platform, held September 10-13 in Toulouse.
Animated underwater adventure series based on Tom Taylor’s graphic novel at center of planned cross-platform content expansion.
With the purchase of 49 percent of DHX Media’s 80 percent interest, Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) owns 39 percent of the Peanuts IP.
Entrepreneurial digital media executive to drive WildBrain’s rapidly growing digital kids’ network and studio.
New action-packed series premieres on Cartoon Network August 5; WildBrain launching new ‘Mega Man: Fully Charged’ fan hub on YouTube, July 21.
Former DHX executive will oversee licensing activities for the company’s roster of brands and franchises.
Aaron Ames appointed chief operating officer; Josh Scherba as president, and Anne Loi as chief commercial officer; co-founder Steven Denure announces departure.
Producers will assemble April 26 and 27 in Stuttgart to present projects and meet with potential business partners.
Exec to handle global library sales and content acquisitions and distribution for digital platforms.
Following successful premiere on Nicktoons in the U.S., original picked up by Nickelodeon International for more than 140 territories.