Lliviria Expands Role At BRB

BRB Internacional directing manager Carlos Biern Lliviria has broadened the scope of his responsibilities to include international licensing. He will be responsible for sales, co-productions ... Continue Reading →

Studio Ghibli President Resigns

Former Walt Disney Japan president Koji Hoshino has taken over as president of Studio Ghibli with Friday’s departure of Toshio Suzuki, according to Variety Japan. Co-founded by ... Continue Reading →

Radar Hones in on Hardman

John Hardman, former senior VP of programming for Kids’ WB!, has joined the team at Radar Cartoons, LLC., an exec producing house and consultancy firm headed by president Rita ... Continue Reading →

Hatchling Votes Samber for President

Hatchling Studios, an interactive agency, animation studio and award-winning content creator, has hired Mark Samber as president. Reporting to Hatchling founder, CEO and chief creative ... Continue Reading →

Disney Snags Nick Exec Coleman

Nickelodeon development and production veteran Eric Coleman has been hired to serve as senior VP of development at Walt Disney Television Animation. After overseeing such top Nick series ... Continue Reading →

Ray Harryhausen: The Color of Genius

As giant monsters crawl out of the ocean to rampage on the big screen again, you have to wonder how many of these new creature features will stand the test of time, as the films of ... Continue Reading →

Johnson Heads Animation at Nick, MTVN Kids

Brown Johnson, a 20-year Nickelodoen veteran, has been promoted to the newly created position of president of animation for Nickelodeon and MTVN Kids and Family Group. Previously exec ... Continue Reading →

Kabillion Gets New Programming Director

Rebecca Agbe-Davies has been named director of programming and development for multi-platform kids’ entertainment program service Kabillion. In her new role, she will oversee ... Continue Reading →

Schosser Leaves EM.Entertainment

Daily Variety reports that Susanne Schosser has stepped down as managing director of EM.Entertainment, the children’s programming division of EM.Sport Media. The unit, which was ... Continue Reading →

Surf’s Up Director, Writer React to Oscar Nom

When the Academy Awards nominations came out on Tuesday morning, no one in the animation industry was more pleasantly surprised than the folks at Sony Pictures Animation, who assumed ... Continue Reading →