Aniboom, History to Let People Speak in Contest

Aniboom and History Channel have teamed up to solicit unique animated interpretations of A-list talent doing 10 readings and musical performances. The best entries will have a chance ... Continue Reading →

FUNimation Bags Sands From Sega

FUNimation kicked off Anime Expo 2009 by announcing Thursday the acquisition from Sega of rights to the first season of Sands of Destruction. The series, based on the Sega video game, ... Continue Reading →

Poll Names PBS KIDS Top Educational Brand

A national survey by GfK Roper has found PBS KIDS is the top educational media brand for children. The poll asked more than 1,000 randomly chosen adults in the United States to compare ... Continue Reading →

Pair of Series Power Disney XD Ratings

Hit series Phineas and Ferb and a strong debut from Zeke and Luther have recorded the most-watched month on record for Disney XD, formerly Toon Disney, in key demographics. A marathon ... Continue Reading →

Penguins, SpongeBob Fuel Nick Ratings

Nickelodeon’s Penguins of Madagascar was the top-rated animated series with kids and total viewers for the second quarter of 2009, followed closely by SpongeBob SquarePants. The ... Continue Reading →

SpongeBob’s Greatest Hits Out July 21

Nickelodeon and Sony Music Entertainment are set to release SpongeBob’s Greatest Hits, a compilation of 17 new and classic tracks celebrating the 10th anniversary of SpongeBob ... Continue Reading →

Lassie Comes to 3D Animation

Lassie, the world’s most famous dog, is barking up the animation tree, with a new series being co-developed by DQ Entertainment, Classic Media, M6/France and ZDF/Germany. The ... Continue Reading →

Goode Season Finale Set for July 24

The Goode Family will try to bring public radio to their hometown of Greenville in the last first-run episode of its debut season, set to air Friday, July 24, at 8:30 p.m. on ABC. In ... Continue Reading →

Thomas Hauls ’1 Million for Autism

The U.K.’s National Autistic Society has announced that its partnership with HIT Entertainment’s Thomas & Friends brand has helped raise over a million pounds (approx. ... Continue Reading →

It’s Not Easy Being Goode

John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky discuss The Goode Family‘s eco-drama with a Mike Judge spin. We’ve all been there: Paper or plastic? Organic or local? Hybrid or diesel? ... Continue Reading →