DIC Goes Pro-Social with PSAs

DIC Ent. has teamed with non-profit organization Western Justice Center Foundation (WJCF) to develop a series of public service announcements and to work anti-bullying messages into ... Continue Reading →

Yin Yang Yo! Premiere Sets Jetix Records

Monday’s pimetime debut of Yin Yang Yo! on Toon Disney was Jetix’s most-watched original animated series premiere ever, setting records in its regular time period by attracting ... Continue Reading →

FUNimation Doubles the FUN

Navarre Corp.’s FUNimation Ent. is doubling up on the anime action by extending its syndicated television block to four hours. The first broadcast outlet onboard is CoLours TV ... Continue Reading →

Gould Touched by Fashion Angels

Melissa Gould, an award winning TV writer and producer whose credits include Lizzie McGuire, Party of Five and Beverly Hills 90210, has been tapped to serve as co-exec producer and ... Continue Reading →

Fantastic Four a Hit for Cartoon Network

Citing Nielsen Media Research data, Cartoon Network announced that the new Fantastic Four animated series from Marvel Comics and Moonscoop Animation brought double-digit delivery and ... Continue Reading →

Og Comes to CBC

Canadian author Pierre Berton’s kid lit favorite The Secret World of Og is coming to the screen as an animated series that debuts on CBC on Saturday, Sept. 9, at 9:30 a.m. Co-produced ... Continue Reading →

Starz Gets ‘Wood

Liberty Media’s Starz premium cable network is getting animated with The ‘Wood, a series of original animated shorts produced by 23D Films. The tongue-in-cheek vignettes ... Continue Reading →

Cyberchase Gets New Sugardaddies

Cyberchase, an animated kids’ show that airs during the PBS KIDS GO! block, is getting a financial boost by investment firms Ernst & Young LLP and Northrop Grumman Corp. ... Continue Reading →

CG Facelift for Classic Trek

CBS and Paramount are giving the original 1966 Star Trek series a CG brush-up for the HDTV age and the property’s 40th Anniversary. The show will be digitally remastered and repackaged ... Continue Reading →

Fantastic Four Makes Toon Return

It’s been nearly 40 years since Marvel Comics and Hanna-Barbera teamed to bring Fantastic Four from page to screen for the first time. Now that the superhero quartet is hotter ... Continue Reading →