Combined, the two studios he’s leading currently produce more than 30 series.
Sugar was warned that if she spoke, “the show will be pulled from a lot of countries and that may mean the end of the show.”
You know you’ve created a popular cartoon character when fans turn up at your studio asking to meet her.
The Bordeaux studio will work on a new season of “The Heroic Quest of the Valiant Prince Ivandoe” for Cartoon Network.
The veteran executive served as the programming block’s creative director at its launch in 2001.
In her 20-year career, Mlynarczyk earned seven Emmy nominations, winning once.
The executive will join Warner Bros. as president of global kids, young adults, and classics just after the launch of HBO Max.
Warnermedia is emphasizing homegrown animation content for its channels in India.
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Michael Ouweleen will serve as interim president of cartoon Network.
“It’s really in vogue to evoke old things to roll your eyes at them and sneer at them, and we really don’t want to do that.”
Netflix’s rise at the Emmys continues as it secures nominations in all but one animation-related category.
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Art directors Josh and Justin Parpan played a crucial role in the construction of a culturally-specific world for the series.
Marmota’s new series “Hit Hard, Hara” is the first series entirely created by Chilean talent to premiere on Cartoon Network Latin America.
Rebecca Sugar’s series for Cartoon Network made history last night.
BBC and Netflix’s “Watership Down” and Disney Junior’s “Elena of Avalor” received the most nominations for an animated production this year.
The interactive series first originated as social media posts collectively known as ‘The Adventures of Kitty & Orc.’
Tsujihara had recently been tasked with bringing together the company’s family, kids, and animation efforts under a single business.