Blue Ant Media and Mondo Media team with YouTube to announce ‘Bite on Mondo,’ an animated comedy shorts pitch for content targeted at teens and young adults.
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Launching in conjunction with the start of the festival, the Screening Room YouTube channel will showcase 12 short films from the 2013 Sundance Short Film program.
Disney Interactive Studios has partnered with Google to provide family-friendly content to YouTube, reports Deadline.com.
Emmy-winning ROBOT CHICKEN team of Seth Green and Matthew Senreich are launching a live-action/stop-motion YouTube series titled STOOPID MONKEY, reports Deadline.com.
There's been a lot of response to my last article. This really interesting challenge just arrived in my inbox. In fact, it’s so strong that I’m publishing it in full. It’s from Janet Blatter, a cognitive scientist, author, and film script and development consultant.
So you wanna watch movies, eh? (Is my Canadian accent showing?) Well, pull up your potato chips and have a sit down...
The YouTube Play winning entries all have at least some form of animation content. Which tells me that animation's star is rising in the art world.
Since 2005 YouTube has given us a prime venue for quick and dirty moving images. And now the powers that be in the ART world are going to use that forum to judge us filmmakers!
Announced last night in New York from the infamous Guggenheim Museum, Steve Scott's 'Parachute Endings' for Birdy Nam Nam is to be shown at the Guggenheim Museums around the globe (New York, Bilbao, Berlin, Venice & Abu Dhabi) as part of YouTube Play.
MAXON Computer, a leading developer of professional 3D modeling, painting, animation, and rendering solutions, today announced that videos on its channel on the popular online video site YouTube have now been viewed more than 1,000,000 times.
Aardman Animations has joined forces with YouTube to launch another Aardman branded channel, Aardman's Darkside. The channel will offer a selection of some of the company's more surreal comedies and shorts including REX THE RUNT, THE ADVENTURES OF JEFFREY, A TOWN CALLED PANIC and ANGRY KID.
France's largest private TV network, TF1, has filed a lawsuit against YouTube to the tune of 100 million Euros -- or around $158.3 million, according to VARIETY.
The suit was received by YouTube in California a few days ago, but will be judged in Paris before the Tribunal of First Instance, according to a YouTube spokesman quoted in French business daily LES ECHOS.
TF1 did not comment.
TiVo and YouTube announced an agreement on Wednesday to stream Internet videos directly to users' TV screens.
"TiVo's strategy is to bridge the gap between Web video and television and make as much content available as possible for our subscribers," said Tara Maitra, TiVo's vice president and general manager for content services to THE NEW YORK TIMES.
This is the second major entrant into the Internet video to TV game; Apple introduced Apple TV with similar features recently.
MyToons.com announced that it has inked a deal with video site YouTube to showcase the work of thousands of animators on the new MyToons branded YouTube channel.
"We have thousands of animators utilizing our free upload and streaming system to broadcast their work to the world," said Paul Ford, co-founder/president of MyToons.com. "Our new channel with YouTube provides tremendous new exposure for our artists and enhances our ability to extend the MyToons brand, as well as to reach a broader consumer base with which to share high quality original animations."
Sony Pictures Television's The Minisode Network has launched a new animation block on YouTube (www.youtube.com/MinisodeNetwork). The network features four- to six-minute versions of popular animated series, such as SPIDER-MAN, DILBERT, VOLTRON: DEFENDER OF THE UNIVERSE and THE KARATE KID.
This week's installments include Spidey's battle with Electro on SPIDER-MAN; the ultimate search for Voltron on VOLTRON: DEFENDER OF THE UNIVERSE; Lena's office transgression with Dogbert on DILBERT; and Daniel and Miyagi's adventures in Hong Kong on THE KARATE KID.
Viacom Inc. has filed a federal copyright infringement lawsuit against YouTube, seeking more than $1 billion in damages. Additionally, Viacom wants an injunction forcing Google and YouTube from posting clips of Viacom-owned content. The complaint contends that almost 160,000 unauthorized clips of Viacom's programming have been available on YouTube and that these clips had been viewed more than 1.5 billion times.
A new YouTube Channel for MEET THE ROBINSONS has launched with the latest trailers and clips, including a new TV spot for the film that is debuting during this Sunday's Super Bowl. Fans can check back often, as this channel will be updated regularly with the latest videos for the film. The MEET THE ROBINSONS' YouTube Channel is located at youtube.com/meettherobinsons and the official MEET THE ROBINSONS movie site is www.meettherobinsons.com.