DHX Provides 2,500 Half Hours for VOD in China

DHX Media has agreed to provide more than 2,500 half hours of content to Alibaba Group’s video on demand service, which is currently available on its Tmall Box, OTT devices and various ... Continue Reading →

LOVEFiLM Secures WBA Deals

Amazon-owned streaming service LOVEFiLM.com has signed a deal with Warner Bros. International Television Distribution to bring a number of the studio’s animated series to U.K. ... Continue Reading →

Welsh Studio Dinamo Seeks New Partners

We reported yesterday that Welsh animation house Dinamo Productions went into administration last week. According to C21, David Hill and Steve Wade, from Cardiff-based business recovery ... Continue Reading →

Moonscoop and Dinamo Go Into Administration

Sadly as we were getting ready for the long weekend, we got word that two major children’s animation companies have gone into administration. French/U.S. animation studio Moonscoop ... Continue Reading →

Welcome to Vinyl Toy High

Strange Hill High, the new tween show from the CBBC, FremantleMedia and Factory Transmedia, has a wicked sense of humor and knock-your-socks-off visuals. Once in a blue moon, all the ... Continue Reading →

Global TV News Bytes: Dive Olly Dive & Rastamouse

Atlantyca Brings Olly to RSI: Moonscoop’s animated preschool show Dive Olly Dive will be making a splash on Italy’s RSI, Italy’s Swiss Italian broadcaster thanks to a new deal ... Continue Reading →

Three Stones Media Introduces Animation Fund

U.K.-based indie outfit Three Stones Media has launched an Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) fund to promote production of animated kids’ projects including the twice BAFTA-nominated ... Continue Reading →

‘Rastamouse’ Rocks London Toy Fair

Indie children’s entertainment producer, distributor and licensor DHX Media is showcasing rocking new product ranges for its hit property Rastamouse at London Toy Fair this month ... Continue Reading →

BAFTA Unveils 2012 Children’s Awards Nominees

The British Academy of Film & Television has announced its 2012 Children’s Awards nominees, which aim to recognize the best in the U.K.’s kids entertainment industry. Animation: The ... Continue Reading →

DHX Media to Buy Cookie Jar for $112 Mil

Canadian children’s entertainment giant DHX Media will buy rival animation giant Cookie Jar in a deal worth $112 million. Halifax-based DHX Media, which is headed by Michael Donovan, ... Continue Reading →