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Sesame Street Goes Airborne with Skeye

Skeye Inflight Entertainment has become the exclusive airline distributor of children’s programs produced by Sesame Workshop, the non-profit educational organization behind Sesame ... Continue Reading →

Comedy Central Gets Atom TV

During its UpFront presentation, Comedy Central announced that it has added Atom TV to its 2008-2009 lineup. Bringing the best shorts and webisodes from Atom.com to the tube, the show ... Continue Reading →

Playhouse Disney Teaches Alligator Manners

The June 21 premiere of a new animated short-form series titled Can You Teach My Alligator Manners? will kick off ‘Super Duper Summer Saturdays’ on Playhouse Disney, Disney ... Continue Reading →

Electric Company Returns

The immortal words ‘Hey you guys!’ will be shouted once again as Sesame Workshop throws the switch on an all-new version of classic kids’ show The Electric Company. ... Continue Reading →

KidsCo Launches in Hong Kong

Children’s programming channel KidsCo, a joint venture of NBC Universal, DIC Ent. and Corus Ent., has debuted in Hong Kong via a major broadcast agreement with Hong Kong’s ... Continue Reading →

Televisa Takes Taffy’s Fantastic Four, Creepie

Top Mexican broadcaster Televisa has purchased free TV rights to Taffy Ent.’s animated series Growing Up Creepie and The Fantastic Four. The deal was completed in partnership ... Continue Reading →

Pirates Helmer Adapting Bioshock

Having directed all three of Disney’s blockbuster Pirates of the Caribbean movies, Gore Verbinski is on board to adapt one of the past year’s most popular video games. Universal ... Continue Reading →

Ottawa Festival Deadline Only 3 Weeks Away

If you plan to get your animated projects considered by the prestigious Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF), you have about three weeks left to make the June 1, 2008 entry ... Continue Reading →

Taffy Makes Post-MIP Sales

Following a successful MIPTV market, Taffy Ent. has sold a number of its popular animated series to broadcasters across five continents. The latest raft of deals will introduce new ... Continue Reading →

Strong Buzz for Oshi’s Sky Crawlers

Mamoru Oshi’s new anime feature The Sky Crawlers (Sukai Kurora) is expected to generate a lot of interest at the Cannes Film market this month (May 14-25) according to insiders. ... Continue Reading →