BBC Pulls for More Little Red Tractor

The BBC has ordered 26 more 10-minute episodes of Entertainment Rights’ stop-motion-animated preschool series Little Red Tractor. The show has only been on the air a few weeks, ... Continue Reading →

Noah & Saskia Goes from Oz to the Middle East

Following preliminary discussions at MIPTV, Middle East Media has licensed the Australian Children’s Television Foundation (ACTF) production Noah & Saskia for Free TV in the ... Continue Reading →

Ex’pression College Offers Sound Game Plan

Emeryville Calif.-based Ex’pression College for Digital Arts has announced that it is offering a Game Audio curriculum, a new addition to the schools’ growing Sound Arts ... Continue Reading →

JUNIOR Channel Picked Up in Switzerland

A distribution deal signed with EM.TV & Merchandising AG will see Swiss infrastructure and pay-TV provider Swisscom Broadcast AG carry the JUNIOR Channel. The pick up was announced ... Continue Reading →

Zee TV to Launch Space Toons in India

Daily Variety reports that Zee TV will launch a new children’s programming network called Space Toons in India. Backed by Indian media mogul Subhash Chandra, the channel is a ... Continue Reading →

Groening Throws Himself into The Simpsons

Over the years, many entertainers and other public figures have lent their voices to animated versions of themselves for Fox’s The Simpsons. Now the show’s creator is getting ... Continue Reading →

Nicktoons Runs with Leader Dog, Tortellini Western

Nicktoons, Nickelodeon’s recently re-launched 24 hour animation channel, is set to premiere two new original series from Animation Collective. Leader Dog debuts on April 18 at ... Continue Reading →

New Company Out to cause RIOT with Tweens

Freshly minted RIOT Media is making a bid to capture the tween boys market with comic books and animated and live-action productions for TV and home video distribution. The New York ... Continue Reading →

Sundance Abducts Plympton Flicks

Daily Variety reports that Sundance Channel has picked up two features and nine shorts by indie animator Bill Plympton. The adult-oriented cartoons will air May 2 as part of a filmmaker ... Continue Reading →

Drew Carey Gets Animated for The WB

The Hollywood Reporter and Daily Variety bring word that sitcom star and improv aficionado Drew Carey is blending animation with elements of his hit show Who’s Line is it Anyway? ... Continue Reading →