New directions for Disney and Warnermedia, big developments in anime, rumors around Apple TV+, and more…
In a Youtube video, Calderon appraises the major studios’ strategies, praises the industry’s growing diversity, and singles out the companies that deserve more airtime.
The “Tenet” director is among the many industry figures condemning the studio’s radical new plan.
Even after the pandemic, more people will want to watch new releases at home than in theaters, a new survey finds.
The local programmers of “The Tom and Jerry Show” are road-testing a new idea: the “thoughtover.”
In the U.S., a full 17 films will be released day-and-date in cinemas and on HBO Max. The movie industry will likely never look the same again.
Consolidation ahoy! Sony is already home to several anime units, including Crunchyroll’s main competitor Funimation.
As part of the restructuring, Cartoon Network boss Tom Ascheim says that the brand will “not always be cartoons.”
Unsettled studios, inclusivity milestones, a controversial “Ren & Stimpy” reboot, and much more…
Sony “balked at” the price for the anime streamer, according to a report.
A female employee has publicly criticized toxic behavior at Rocksteady. The company says other female employees disagree.
The veteran executive served as the programming block’s creative director at its launch in 2001.
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.
Michael Ouweleen will serve as interim president of cartoon Network.
Studio Ghibli, “South Park,” and Looney Tunes are just a few of the big animation offerings that’ll be available on HBO Max.
The character, who is well-known across China and Asia, will star in a “modern comedy-drama” produced by Warnermedia and Ciwen Media.
The former basketballer fouled out in his attempt to score free animation from artists.
We take an in-depth look at the animation strategy at each of the major U.S. streaming services.
Tsujihara had recently been tasked with bringing together the company’s family, kids, and animation efforts under a single business.
A look at new and upcoming animation series for tv and streaming.
Starting in April, Canadians can get Adult Swim 24 hours a day.
The new structure of Warnermedia could have a major impact on the future output of Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Boomerang, and Rooster Teeth.