The planned restructuring, which includes cutting business ties in the U.K. and Australia, is meant to ‘align our organization with the growth areas of the business and to prepare us for our next chapter as a standalone company,’ says CEO Jeffrey Hirsch.
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Running November 13-15, the M&E-focused virtual event invites artists and creative professionals to learn about emerging technology, master cutting-edge techniques, and participate in live portfolio reviews – free!
The studio’s second round of staff cuts in less than six months ‘were across corporate functions, feature, television and technology departments as part of an overall cost-reduction.’
Mixed reality software company taps media and entertainment industry veterans Phil Ventre and Vivian Yu to support its growth servicing demand for virtual production in the broadcast and APAC markets.
The conference heads to the New Orleans Convention Center October 3-5, this year featuring over 150 sessions, hands-on training, and networking opportunities.
As AI tools democratize content development and production, traditional distribution and marketing channels may ironically be more influential than ever.
The company, founded by Rodney Rothman and Adam Rosenberg, taps animation pro to find, develop and produce animated ﬁlm and TV projects; new hire follows company recently signing first-look animated broadcast deal with Fox.
Epic Games brings the event way down South to help Unreal Engine users from Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia broaden their skills and build community.
Eric Ellenbogen steps down as CEO and Vice Chair; Jim Fielding moves from Chief Marketing and Brands Officer to Strategic Advisor to the CEO and Board of Directors.
The 2% workforce cut comes as part of parent company NBCUniversal’s overall cost-reduction plan across all studios.
The university, located in Pennsylvania, offers BA and BFA degrees with a curriculum that blends visual design and technology.
The company will pursue a multi-year effort to expand USD’s capabilities beyond VFX, working with its inventor, Pixar, along with Adobe, Autodesk, and Siemens.
The companies will co-produce and promote original IP in feature films, TV series, Web3 activations, and location-based entertainment; ‘Katmandu’ franchise theme park to feature BRON’s animated IP, ‘Gossamer.’
Inspired by original IP developed for the environmental group, the new animated series follows a young ‘every kid’ kid who embarks on an epic quest to overcome challenges, find his inner hero, and learn to embrace and accept the imperfections of himself and his family.
Coming later this year, the app is aimed at establishing an industry-standard toolset for collaborative review; designed to integrate into individual pipelines, teams can review shots, edits, and grades in a single, unified application on all desktop platforms and operating systems.
New version streamlines story and editorial workflows with faster file transfer and uploads, UI improvements, and greater integration with Storyboard Pro.
New cloud solutions provider, backed by $200M+ investment led by PSG, opens for business after snapping up ftrack, iconik, Celtx, Wildmoka, and Zype.
Entertainment studio bolsters leadership team with trio of new hires; Don Carson named Senior Art Director, Michèle Martell, Licensing & Legal Counsel and David Wyatt, Head of Communications & Business Strategy.
Mixed reality software company taps broadcast and media industry veterans Ben Davenport, David Cheng and Travis Sims as VP for global marketing, VP sales & marketing EMEA, and strategic account manager for North America, respectively.