As part of new kids’ content partnership, companies will develop new original animated series and mobile game, both based on ‘Arpo,’ a popular YouTube show ‘Arpo.’
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Industry leading market’s new, flexible format encourages attendee participation from anywhere; extensive program line-up includes pitches, on-line targeted meetings, and career recruitment; Annecy 2021 runs June 14-19.
Popular kids’ animated series ‘Gecko’s Garage’ and ‘Digley and Dazey’ are among 10 new series coming to the digital platform in mid-October.
LA-based industry veteran will lead production, global partnership strategies and IP development as company expands in US market.
TeamTO taps licensing company, This is Iris, to spearhead marketing of the sophisticated and refined pug, Mike, in the UK.
The Media Pioneers secures deal for award-winning preschool series to air on CCTV, China’s leading children’s channel.
With support from Cubic Motion’s Persona, Riot Games’ real-time animated ‘Rogue Assassin’ performs and answers questions at Pro League Regional Finals in Shanghai.
Streaming platforms, IQIYI, YouKu, Tencent and Mango TV, bring new episodes of popular kids’ series to Chinese audiences.
Based on the award-winning preschool series, film will be the first animated feature produced in Northern Ireland.
Two Genndy Tartakovsky films, including ‘Fixed,’ the studio’s first R-Rated film, plus a new ‘Boondocks’ TV series and anthology based on Anthony Bourdain graphic novel, among new projects just announced.
Tencent-backed sci-fi show illustrates growing VOD audience for innovative creative efforts aimed at adults.
For veteran animation producer Leanne Passafonti, finding success in the Middle Kingdom is all about preparation, partnering and managing expectations.
Chinese tech and media giant Tencent teams with one of China's leading original IP studios to produce of a new CG-animated series based on the hit character BOOMi.
New 2D-animated series from Beijing and Hollywood-based production studio reimagines the ancient Chinese myth of the nine-colored deer for a global audience.
‘Kate and Mim-Min’ and ‘Tree Fu Tom’ set to air on Chinese state-owned children’s channel CCTV-14; animated preschool series will also stream on leading Chinese digital platforms.
With more than 5.4 billion views in just nine months on iQiYi, Youku and Tudou, Entertainment One secures new VOD deals; Peppa products now available from major Chinese retailers.
Cautious yet flexible expansion at one of China’s top VFX studios has caught the attention of both the Middle Kingdom and Hollywood’s biggest players.