Zigby to Earn Stripes from Yoram Gross-Em.TV

DRi Licensing and Yoram Gross-Em TV are getting into the zebra business. The two companies announced that they are developing an animated preschool series based on Zigby and Friends, ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Net Upfront About New Shows

Cartoon Network unveiled its lineup for 2005-2006 during today’s Upfront presentation to advertising executives and the media in New York. The cabler says it will air more than ... Continue Reading →

Loonatics to Run Kids’ WB! for ’05-’06

Classic Warner Bros. animated characters are back, along with a couple new shows slated to premiere in the fall schedule on Kids’ WB! Execs today announced plans to broaden the ... Continue Reading →

Cupid Strikes The Eds, Scoob, Charlie, Pooh, Le Pew

Love is in the airwaves and cable lines tonight as a number of cartoon favorites celebrate Valentine’s Day with new and classic TV specials. New love-themed adventures from Cartoon ... Continue Reading →

Pasi Takes Up New Digs

After 15 years at its current Makati, Manila location, Pasi (Philippine animation studio inc.) is packing up to move its production facilities to the Legaspi Village business district ... Continue Reading →

Will and Grace Star Options Pooch Caf’

Paul Gilligan’s Pooch Café may be the next comic strip to make it big on TV. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the property has been optioned by Hazy Mills Prods., the ... Continue Reading →

DECODE’s Franny’s Feet Takes Big Step to Japan

Japanese intellectual property rights company OLC/Rights Ent. (ORE) has picked up broadcast, home entertainment and publishing rights to DECODE’s pre-school series, Franny’s ... Continue Reading →

Studio B’s Being Ian Gets Season 2 Pickup

Although the series hasn’t made the big trek to American television yet, Studio B’s inventive Being Ian has been picked up for a second season in Canada. Created by Ian ... Continue Reading →

Cuppa Coffee Ready to Serve Flash Brew

Cuppa Coffee owner and exec producer Adam Shaheen announced recently that his Toronto toon shop is aggressively pursuing Flash-based series. Shaheen announced that he has set aside ... Continue Reading →

Nation Crucifies SpongeBob

If certain members of the religious right aren’t already angry with SpongeBob SquarePants, they might be when they see the Feb. 21 issue of political mag The Nation. We got a ... Continue Reading →