Three Top Toon Execs Depart Nick

Three top execs exited Nickelodeon Animation Studio last week: Rich Magallanes, senior VP, current series; Jenna Boyd, senior VP, animation development; and Jill Sanford, VP, animation ... Continue Reading →

No Time for Tea Parties

Disney TV Animation’s newest heroine is out to kick butt and make Earth a more magical place in Star vs. ... Continue Reading →
Penn Zero: Part Time Hero

A Multi-Dimensional Playground

Disney TV Animation’s new series Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero has fun creating new worlds and new characters to explore in depth. It’s ... Continue Reading →

Big Legacy, Bright Future

Disney TV Animation turns 30 on a creative high note that it plans to carry on into the future. In November 1984, the Walt Disney Co. — famous for decades for its animated theatrical ... Continue Reading →

Photo Report: The World Animation and VFX Summit

We already gave you a peek at the opening-night festivities of the World Animation and VFX Summit, so now we’re going to give you a look at how much fun the rest of the event ... Continue Reading →

Event Celebrates Disney TV Animation’s 30th Anniversary

Disney TV Animation celebrated its 30th anniversary with a special celebratory event hosted by ASIFA at The Walt Disney Studios in Burbank. The at-capacity event — filled within an ... Continue Reading →
Ryan Quincy

Ryan Quincy Talks Artist-Driven Disney XD Spots

What do animators The Brothers McLeod, artist Buff Monster, street artist Tristan Eaton, and animators Joel Trussell and Ryan Quincy have in common? All of them have been tapped to ... Continue Reading →

‘Phineas and Ferb’ Gets ‘Lost’ with Damon Lindelof

It’s been more than four years since Lost, one of the most successful and popular TV series of the 21st century, ended its six-season run. But one series on TV isn’t afraid ... Continue Reading →

TAC Offers Networking Ops at Ottawa

The 11th edition of The Animation Conference (TAC) will be running alongside this year’s Ottawa International Animation Festival, taking place in the Canadian capital September ... Continue Reading →
Jimmy Murakami

Remembering Jimmy Murakami

Every superhero has an origin story. As animators, however, we’re stuck firmly in the human world, but each of us can point to an event that shaped our lives, and pushed us down ... Continue Reading →