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Amazon’s LOVEFiLM announces a deal with NBCUniversal for a range of kids programming for instant streaming, including the Emmy award-winning Curious George and Barbie: Princess Charm School.
Danish toy company Lego confirms that it will launch a special series themed on The Simpsons family globally in 2014, generating some controversy concerning the "age-appropriateness" of the long-running animated series.
Rdio launches New Music Weekly, a campaign to bring together independent art and music, which kicks off with videos by Blacklist artists Holbrooks and Tendril.
Creative studio XYZ joins forces with Melbourne production company Suitcase Murphy to create the new ABC1 television series, Australian Encounters, directed by Duncan Imberger and Josh Moore with hand-drawn illustrations by renowned illustrator and satirical cartoonist Chris Grosz.
Executive Producer Dave Filoni discusses the influence of original concept artist Ralph McQuarrie on Star Wars Rebels with Star Wars Celebration Europe Attendees.
Eric Coleman, Senior Vice President, Original Series, Disney Television Animation, announces that a second season of the hit Disney Channel series Gravity Falls has been ordered.
Rainbow is partnering with Lucky Punch and March Entertainment on a second season of the CGI animated series, Mia and me.
Los Angeles-based Sprite Entertainment Studio teams with Japan’s OLM Group to host “The Anime Spirit: From Pokémon and Pac-Man to Live-Action Films” as part of SIGGRAPH 2013’s Production Sessions event.
The animated series from Seth MacFarlane will finish its 10th season on Fox and move to TBS in late 2014 for its 11th season.
Syfy announces its lineup for this year’s Comic-Con, which will include the launch of the network's newest scripted series, Helix.
Ubisoft’s Rabbids head to Nickelodeon in an all new CG-animated series, Rabbids Invasion, premiering August 3.
Framestore helps McLaren celebrate the F1 brand's 50th anniversary with Tooned 50, retelling the history of McLaren's cars and digitally recreating key historic drivers such as Alain Prost, Ayrton Senna and Mika Häkkinen.
Moonscoop SA, the Paris-based animation house behind such children’s series as Chloe’s Closet and Code Lyoko, enters administration. The U.S.-based Moonscoop LLC, formerly Mike Young Productions, remains a separate entity and is unaffected by the activities of its French counterpart.
ArsenalFX Color helps take on a border-hoping serial killer for FX’s new series The Bridge, debuting July 10.
VIZ Media takes readers on a colorful journey through the Uglyverse with the launch of the Uglydoll original graphic novel series, Uglydoll: Goin’ Places!
CAKE launches the stop-motion animated Clay Kids in Brazil, featuring the voice of local rapper/songwriter Gabriel O Pensador.
Mark Gordon, Don Murphy and Susan Montford are producing the film adaptation of the 1990s TV series.