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Another political Flash cartoon criticizing George Bush’s policies has hit the web, this time taking aim at the president’s stand on global warming. Produced by Austin, Texas-based HorseBack Salad Animation, Climate Mash blends drawings with photo cut-outs of Bush and other political figures a la JibJab Media’s popular web toon, [...]
Comedy Central is set to launch its first broadband-optimized video channel on Tuesday, Nov. 1. Dubbed “Comedy Central MotherLoad,” the new outlet will feature five distinct channels offering new original series such as the animated Odd Todd and Shadow Rock, as well as vintage content from such shows as Robert [...]
The Walt Disney Studios and AOL have announced an exclusive content partnership through which AOL web sites will offer movie fans a first look at photos, artwork, behind-the-scenes video and extended footage from Walt Disney Pictures’/Walden Media’s The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. The film [...]
Viacom’s MTV Networks has acquired IFILM, one of the top online portals for animated shorts and other video pieces from both Hollywood studios and amateur filmmakers. The $49 million deal follows on the heels of MTV Networks’ purchase of Neopets, a popular youth web destination for virtual pets. Hollywood-based IFILM, [...]
One of the best Halloween treats to come along in years, Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride, transports moviegoers to a visually inventive world where the dead have a lot more fun than the living. Extending that fantastic world to the web was the task placed before BLITZ, the interactive advertising agency [...]
The legendary World Animation Celebration is back with an online festival and competition for animated shorts! Submit your cartoon masterpiece (under 10 minutes in length) for exposure on Animation Magazine’s website and a chance to win fabulous prizes from our sponsors! Viewers’ Choice winners will be selected each quarter, and [...]
Can’t wait for the DVD release of Star Wars: Episode III–Revenge of the Sith? Neither can our friend, independent animator Mike Reeping of Squirrels Ink Prods. That’s why he’s taken the time to craft a condensed, animated remake of the final installment in George Lucas’ blockbuster space saga. Created entirely [...]
If those little punctuation winky faces or emoticons aren’t expressive enough for your online transmissions, you might want to look into Nickelodeon Online’s new NickMail Maker. Launched this week at Nick.com, the animated messaging product for kids is a hybrid of e-mail, instant messenger and do-it-yourself animation applications. “We wanted [...]
Digital 3D scenery package creator e-on software has opened Cornucopia3D, a new resource website dedicated to the Vue line of products. Among other services, this new site will offer Vue users the opportunity to purchase additional content for use in their projects. "This community was born for a simple purpose: [...]
Nickelodeon has become the first major kid’s network to provide full-length programming online with the launch of TurboNick, a broadband video platform available on Nick.com. TurboNick officially kicks off with a full advertising and promotional campaign on July 17, but the soft launch has already logged more than 1.25 million [...]