Nick Gets Mighty with Poehler

Nickelodeon has given the green light to Mighty B, an animated series from Saturday Night Live cast member Amy Poehler. When she’s not helming SNL‘s Weekend Update desk, ... Continue Reading →

Fantastic Four Flexes Sales Muscle

Following the blockbuster 2005 film the recent launch on French channel M6, Marvel’s animated series Fantastic Four has captured the attention of broadcasters worldwide. Marvel, ... Continue Reading →

A Good Month for Entertainment Rights’ Kid Brands

U.K. media group Entertainment Rights has announced the delivery of several new programs across four key brands to three of the U.K. ‘s major broadcasters: Rupert Bear’Follow ... Continue Reading →

HIT’s Benelux Consumer Division Goes In-House

HIT Entertainment, the U.K. home of such brands as Bob the Builder, Pingu, Thomas & Friends and Angelina Ballerina ahs moved its consumer products division for the Benelux region ... Continue Reading →

Three Comic Voices Sign Up for FOX’s Two Dreadful Children

Chris Kattan (Saturday Night Live), French Stewart (3rd Rock from the Sun) and Meredith Roberts (Kitchen Confidential) will be voicing characters for the upcoming FOX-TV animated series ... Continue Reading →

Disney Channel’s London Arm Pumps Up for New Toons

The Mouse is ready to find new cheese in Europe. Disney Channel in Europe will be upping investment in original programs and local co-productions, according to a story in The Hollywood ... Continue Reading →

Comedy Central Amp’d for Lil’ Bush

Comedy Central is making room in its programming schedule for Lil’ Bush: Resident of the United States, an animated show that started as a series of shorts on Amp’d Mobile. ... Continue Reading →

Nick Jr., NOGGIN Merge

The creative and management teams of Viacom’s cable broadcasting entities Nick Jr. and NOGGIN will come together to form one unified group dubbed Nickelodeon Preschool. The consolidated ... Continue Reading →

IFC Has More FUNimation

Having added Samurai 7 to its lineup earlier this year, The Independent Film Channel (IFC) is boosting its anime output with the acquisition of two more properties from Navarre Corp.’s ... Continue Reading →

Taffy’s Code, Fantastic Expand in Latin America

Taffy Ent. will get its popular animated shows Code Lyoko and Fantastic Four in front of more eyes in Latin America through separate deals with Jetix and Cartoon Network. Jetix Latin ... Continue Reading →