The Animag 250: Executives to Watch

The Animation Magazine 250th issue celebration continues, this time with our list of executives to watch. They are: Pierre Belaïsch — CEO, Gaumont Animation Melissa Boag — VP ... Continue Reading →

Vicon, Audiomotion Set ‘Most People Mo-Capped’ Record

Motion-capture technology specialist Vicon and Audiomotion Studios have set a new Guinness World Record for the most people motion-captured in real-time, with 19 people. The record ... Continue Reading →

Frederator Picks Up 80-Plus Channels

Channel Frederator Network is welcoming 84 new online channels to its roster following a busy March. Highlights of the acquisitions include New Media Animation’s hit TomoNews, ... Continue Reading →

Zodiak Launches Multi-Brand YouTube Channels

Zodiak Kids announces the launch of two multi-brand YouTube Channels for kids and preschool audiences: ZeeKay and ZeeKay Junior. ZeeKay Junior comes to the platform with an established ... Continue Reading →

Amazon’s ‘Tumble Leaf’ Wins 5 Daytime Emmys

Amazon’s Tumble Leaf dominated the animation categories in the 42nd annual Daytime Emmy Awards, winning five awards in all including Outstanding Preschool Children’s Animated ... Continue Reading →

High-Tech Goes Low-Fi

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Studio 100, France TV Ink Digital Deal

Studio 100 Media has secured a new digital distribution agreement with France TV Distribution. The agreement gives MCN francetv all rights to manage channels in France,on YouTube and ... Continue Reading →

Animate Yourself with Plotagon App

The Swedish developers of Plotagon are bringing the creativity-fueled app to the SXSW event in Austin this month (booth #1147) to unveil a new feature: the ability for users to generate ... Continue Reading →

‘Talking Tom’ Kicks Off YouTube Kids App

Talking Tom and Friends, Outfit7′s all-new animated series based on the entertainment juggernaut of the same name, has been announced as a flagship brand on Google’s new ... Continue Reading →

YouTube to Unveil New Kids App Feb. 23

YouTube is set to roll out Feb. 23 a standalone app for children. The app will connect young users with age-appropriate video content and channels, organized into categories: shows, ... Continue Reading →