Emmy Noms Announced

Nominations for the 56th Annual Emmy Awards were announced today, listing many of the usual suspects in the animation categories. The awards will be handed out on Sept. 12 during a ... Continue Reading →

Pro Athletes to Compete for Laughs on The Simpsons

Word-class athletes Michelle Kwan, LeBron James, Yao Ming and Warren Sapp will be among the celebrity voices featured in a special episode of The Simpsons to air after Fox’s broadcast ... Continue Reading →

Fox Kids Europe Name Change Official

Children’s programming entity Fox Kids Europe N.V. is now known as Jetix Europe N.V. The name change was made official today, following yesterday’s approval meeting in Holland. ... Continue Reading →

Prism Ent. Joins Nickelodeon Family

Children’s and youth media entertainment company Prism Ent. has been commissioned by Nickelodeon Europe to produce three local versions of its unique animated series, The Nickelodeon ... Continue Reading →

Duel Masters Takes Fight to FIVE

U.K. broadcaster FIVE has secured free-to-air TV rights to Entertainment Rights’ hit anime series, Duel Masters. FIVE will air all 26 episodes of the show in its boy’s action ... Continue Reading →

Justice League Unlimited Bow Moved up

Those of you eagerly awaiting the launch of Cartoon Network’s Justice League Unlimited will have a shorter wait than previously thought. The show was originally slated to debut ... Continue Reading →

Indian Toon House Makes U.K. Frost

Mumbai, India-based Maya Entertainment Ltd (MEL) tells us that it is animating Jack Frost, a 30-minute animated special based on a best-selling U.K. children’s book. The 3D-animated ... Continue Reading →

National Geographic Animates Adventures In Color

National Geographic Television & Film’s (NGT&F) Kids’ Programming and Production unit has optioned the acclaimed Adventures In Color children’s book series ... Continue Reading →

Lanterna Magica Hatches Gino the Chicken

Italian animation studio Lanterna Magica, in association with studios Enarmonia and Melazeta, will produce 52 episodes of a new series titled Gino the Chicken. Co-produced with Italian ... Continue Reading →

Ex-Late Night Producer Joins Carey’s Green Screen

Having spent seven years on CBS’ Late Show With David Letterman, Emmy-winning producer Robert Morton is anything but green. He will, however, be seeing a lot of green as part ... Continue Reading →