WGA Scribes Support Sit Down, Shut Up Writers

A number of animation writers/producers who are members of the Writers’ Guild of America (WGA) have come out in support of fellow scribes who walked off of FOX’s new animated ... Continue Reading →

Martha Speaks to PBS KIDS on Labor Day

Young viewers will learn what happens when a dog suddenly acquires the extraordinary ability to talk as the new animated series Martha Speaks debuts on PBS KIDS this fall. Slated to ... Continue Reading →

IFG Plows Into FARMkids

International Film Group (IFG) has signed on to be the exclusive sales agent for Australian production company FARMkids in the Asia-Pacific region. The partnership has already yielded ... Continue Reading →

Nick Fires Up Avatar Movie

Nickelodeon’s animated phenomenon Avatar: The Last Airbender will conclude its Book Three with a two-hour television movie scheduled to air on Saturday, July 19 at 8 p.m. (ET/PT) ... Continue Reading →

Family Guy Among Emmy Contenders

FOX’s Family Guy may be the first animated series to be nominated for a primetime Emmy Award in the Comedy category. For the first time ever, the Academy of Television Arts and ... Continue Reading →

Moonscoop and DQ Form 5-Year Alliance

A new five-year alliance has been formed between India’s DQ Entertainment and France’s Moonscoop Group. This new partnership, which includes five animated series and two ... Continue Reading →

New CG Garfield Goes to Cartoon Net

Turner Broadcasting has picked up broadcast rights to the new CG-animated Garfield series from France’s Dargaud Media and plans to begin airing it on Cartoon Network in 2009. ... Continue Reading →

Tiger Aspect Spins Tinga Tinga Tales

Tiger Aspect Prods. is going into production on Tinga Tinga Tales, a new animated preschool series commissioned by broadcasters CBeebies in the U.K. and Playhouse Disney in the U.S. ... Continue Reading →

Gazoon’s Savanna Expands Worldwide

Monster Distributes has launched the dialogue-free, animated series Gazoon in more regions around the world. Broadcasters to pick up the show include NRK in Norway, Cartoon Network ... Continue Reading →

IATV Adds Bandai Anime

IATV, a cable network tailored to Asian Americans, has acquired severl anime series from Bandai as part of a programming overhaul, according to Daily Variety. Formerly known as ImaginAsian, ... Continue Reading →