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Ameba TV and Nelvana Sign SVOD Licensing Deal

WINNEPEG, CANADA — Ameba TV, an independent subscription based streaming service specializing in children’s programming, has announced an agreement with Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana to begin streaming a variety of the studio’s popular childrens’ content on their kids’ entertainment platform. Adding to Ameba TV’s ever-growing content

Reallusion Launches Cartoon Animator 4 2D Animation System

SAN JOSE, CA – Reallusion has announced the launch of Cartoon Animator 4 (formerly CrazyTalk Animator), a complete professional 2D character system.  Its new facial mocap plug-in (Motion LIVE 2D) allows users to animate characters with facial expressions in real-time. Cartoon Animator has been widely

Mark Simon Celebrates 30 Years of Storytelling

In May of 2018, Mark Simon, president of Storyboards & Animatics, Inc., moved his studio to Atlanta to support the film incentives and productions in the state. In May of 2019, he celebrates 30 years of professional storyboarding for film and TV and now storyboards on

Twitch Prime Rolling Out Crunchyroll Premium Loot

Crunchyroll, the world’s most popular anime brand, is teaming up with Twitch Prime, Amazon Prime’s benefit for gamers, to offer members 30 days of free Crunchyroll Premium. This special loot offering is the first-ever non-gaming loot available for Twitch Prime members. This loot offering will

‘Inside Family Guy: An Illustrated History’ Now Available

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Seth MacFarlane and Fox’s hit primetime animated TV series, Family Guy, “Inside Family Guy: An Illustrated History” goes on sale today! Written by longtime Associated Press TV critic Frazier Moore with the full cooperation and authorization of the

Neko Productions Animates ‘Ask Dr. Ruth’ Holocaust Documentary

Neko Productions, a leading L.A.-based animation studio, has spent the last year creating the emotion-filled animated scenes for the documentary feature film Ask Dr. Ruth, illustrating Dr. Ruth Westheimer’s life as a young girl in Nazi Germany, along with that of her family, who died in

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