We explore how the Pegbarians have built a career out of balancing commissioned and original work with (or around) YouTube’s monetization system.
The Streamys will be televised for the first time ever next month.
A Vin Diesel-voiced superhero is here to dish out justice. With his fists.
Disney parodies are becoming harder to distinguish from real Disney films.
Los Angeles-based animator Sascha Ciezata reimagines Joseph Conrad’s ‘Heart of Darkness’ as a mixed-media serialized animated short on Instagram.
Mondo Media may be expanding their brand into the kid-friendly market, but that doesn’t mean they’re neglecting their adult-oriented successes.
During YouTube’s splashy Brandcast upfront event on Wednesday, DreamWorks announced the launch of DreamWorksTV, a new streaming children’s channel that will offer original animated and live-action programming, as well as vintage animation content.
The window between theatrical releases and home entertainment distribution continues to shrink. Disney is releasing the HD version of “Frozen” on iTunes today, February 25th, while the film still remains in the top ten at the American box office.
Pioneered by children, legitimized by people looking up weird stuff on YouTube, vitalized by online hoaxes, and existing entirely outside any kind of aesthetic considerations, fanime is something that could only have developed on the web.