JibJab, Landis Experiment with Sketch

JibJab, the digital comedy network behind such popular viral web toons as the political satires This Land and Good to be in DC! has teamed with Verizon Wireless and accomplished film ... Continue Reading →

Family Guy’s Brian Goes Blogging

Family Guy fans can now go online to check out some nuggets of wisdom from the Griffin’s martini-sipping family dog, Brian. The character is featured as a guest blogger on familyguy.com ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Launches First Flight Site

DreamWorks Animation has announced that the official website for its award-winning short film First Flight has gone live at www.firstflightshort.com. Visitors to the site can learn ... Continue Reading →

NBC Expands Late Night Toon

Avid viewers of NBC’s Late Night with Conan O’Brien will recall Pale Force, a series of animated shorts introduced by comedian Jim Gaffigan, a regular guest on the talk ... Continue Reading →

Fans Making the Videos on Habbo

Members of Habbo, one of the world’s largest online social networks for teens, are making their own animated music videos for Universal Def Jam recording artist Lady Sovereign ... Continue Reading →

Doogtoons Wrangles Weird Al, Tommy Chong

Doogtoons.com is set to launch a new web series, titled Doogtoons In the Studio, a fully animated celebrity talk show featuring actual celebrity voices. The first episode will debut ... Continue Reading →

MoMedia Churns Out AOL’s Chubby Butter

Teen-centric web destination AOL RED has teamed with MoMedia International for mobile distribution of its Chubby Butter series of animated shorts. The deal will make approximately 30 ... Continue Reading →

Fans Making the Videos on Habbo

Members of Habbo, one of the world’s largest online social networks for teens, are making their own animated music videos for Universal Def Jam recording artist Lady Sovereign ... Continue Reading →

300 Trailer Hits

Warner Bros. has released the trailer for its adaptation of Frank Miller’s epic graphic novel, 300. Like Miller’s Sin City, the tome was brought to the screen by filming ... Continue Reading →

Google Ogling YouTube?

San Mateo, Calif.-based file-sharing website YouTube has quickly become the preferred service for the viral dissemination of everything from homemade videos to classic animation clips. ... Continue Reading →