Stuart Snyder

Stuart Snyder Announces Turner Departure

Stuart Snyder, president and chief operating officer of the Turner Animation group that oversees Cartoon Network, is leaving the network at the end of March. According to a report in ... Continue Reading →

TV News Bytes: Cartoon Network, Wildseed Studios

+ Cartoon Network has kicked off production on its first two shows made in the Asia-Pacific region and intended for global distribution, both from Australia’s Bogan Entertainment ... Continue Reading →

David Levy Promoted to President of TBS

David Levy, Turner Broadcasting System’s president of sales, distribution and sports has been promoted to the president of the cabler as former chair and CEO Phil Kent prepares ... Continue Reading →

‘The Simpsons’ Is Being Shopped for Cable Syndication

Twentieth Television will be shopping off-network syndicated repeats of The Simpsons to cable networks in the coming year, says The Hollywood Reporter. The long-running Fox hit which ... Continue Reading →

Sony May Produce Captain Planet Live-Action Movie

Another popular animated TV show from the 1990s will be making its way to the big screen. Mark Gordon, Don Murphy and Susan Montford are attached as producers to a live-action feature ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Network and Toonz Launch ‘Krrish’ Animated Pics

Bollywood’s popular superhero franchise Krrish has inspired a series of animated features, to be produced by Cartoon Network India, Toonz and Film Kraft. Directed by filmmaker and ... Continue Reading →

Turner Fires Up Marketing Blitz for Toonami in Asia

Turner is launching a major marketing campaign for its Toonami brand in the Asia Pacific region. As part of the launch campaign for the block, which officially premiered on Dec. 1, ... Continue Reading →

Kidscreen Summit Unveils Complete 2013 Lineup

The annual New York-based children’s entertainment event Kidscreen Summit has unveiled its full 2013 conference agenda online at Running ... Continue Reading →

Will ‘Clone Wars’ Blast Off from CN?

One of Cartoon Network’s most popular series, the CG actioner Star Wars: The Clone Wars, may be packing up its light sabers and moving to a new home when its five-year run is ... Continue Reading →

Hicks Is Nick’s New President of Content/Production

Russell Hicks, a 14-year Nickelodeon veteran and its Chief Creative Officer since 2008, has been named to the new position of President, Content Development and Production for the Nickelodeon ... Continue Reading →