ViacomCBS’s new streamer, which launches on March 4, means business when it comes to animation.
The streamer is fast becoming a prime destination for fans of Chinese animation.
The platform also features the ten Oscar-shortlisted shorts. Best of all: it’s free (for those in the industry).
The deal will give a boost to Apple TV+’s meager animation offerings.
Warnermedia Kids and Family has come up with a multi-pronged approach to take on Netflix, Disney, Youtube, and Nickelodeon in the highly competitive kids’ space.
The streamer will cover tuition fees and around $1,400/mo in living costs for participants in its new Wit Animator Academy.
The Netflix original “The Boss Baby: Back in Business” came second in the chart, which was compiled by The NPD Group.
Thirty-nine territories across Latin America and the Caribbean will get HBO Max in June.
The streamer has also renewed the adult series “Close Enough” and unveiled a slate of four more series in development.
Craig McCracken’s new show “Kid Cosmic” premieres today on Netflix. He speaks with INBTWN Animation about creating his first serialized series.
Kanter is only the latest in a stream of executives who have left Disney for Netflix.
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Kids’ content is “the most heated front in the streaming wars.”
Disney veteran Lee promises a film that will celebrate “queerness and ‘otherness.'”
A new report by Deloitte found that Americans are changing the streaming services they use more frequently than ever.
The delayed feature is skipping a theatrical roll-out in favor of Netflix.
“We’re very fired up about catching them in family animation, maybe eventually passing them.”
The streaming platform has announced five features, two specials, and one limited series for the next 12 months.
A new analysis of data shows that the streaming wars have yet to really begin.