(2007–2012) (co-production with Out of the Blue Enterprises) (Seasons 1–3, Season 4 is produced at DHX Studios Halifax). Clang Invasion (2007). Urban Vermin (2007–2008) (co-production with YTV). Chop Socky Chooks (2008) (co-production with Aardman Animations). The Mighty Jungle (2008) (co-production with Halifax Film). Dirtgirlworld (2009–2011) (co-production with Mememe Productions). Poppets Town (2009).
Decode EntertainmentDHX Studios VancouverHalifax Film Company
Super WhySuper Why: The Beach Day Mystery
The series is produced by New York City-based Out of the Blue Enterprises and Toronto-based DHX Media through its Decode Entertainment division. The show premiered on September 3, 2007 on most PBS member stations and went on hiatus in October 2012 for 2 years and 10 months. The series resumed again on August 17, 2015, until May 12, 2016, with Season 3 being animated by DHX Media's Halifax studio. Since the series' cancellation, it still airs reruns on PBS Kids. The show is set in Storybrook Village, where the title character, Whyatt Beanstalk, lives with his friends Pig, Red, and Princess Pea. In each of the episodes, one of the main characters has a "super big problem".
Traci Paige Johnson is an American animator and voice actor known for creating the Nick Jr. preschool television series, Blue's Clues (1996–2006), its spin-off, Blue's Room (2004–2007), and the reboot series, Blue's Clues & You! (2019–present).
Charlie's Colorforms City is an American/Canadian web television series created by Angela Santomero that is based on Colorforms. The show educates people about colors, shapes, and size.
Canada is a country in the northern part of North America. Its ten provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean, covering 9.98 e6km2, making it the world's second-largest country by total area. Its southern border with the United States, stretching some 8891 km, is the world's longest bi-national land border. Canada's capital is Ottawa, and its three largest metropolitan areas are Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver.
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Prime Video, also marketed as Amazon Prime Video, is an American Internet video on demand service that is developed, owned, and operated by Amazon. It offers television shows and films for rent or purchase and Prime Video, a selection of Amazon Studios original content and licensed acquisitions included in the Amazon's Prime subscription. In the UK, US, Germany, Sweden, and Austria, access to Prime Video is also available through a video-only membership, which does not require a full Prime subscription. In France and Italy, Rent or Buy and Prime Video are not available on the Amazon website and Prime Video content is only accessible through a dedicated website.
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Netflix, Inc. is an American media-services provider and production company headquartered in Los Gatos, California, founded in 1997 by Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph in Scotts Valley, California. The company's primary business is its subscription-based streaming service which offers online streaming of a library of films and television programs, including those produced in-house. As of April 2019, Netflix had over 148 million paid subscriptions worldwide, including 60 million in the United States, and over 154 million subscriptions total including free trials.
Nickelodeon Animation StudiosGames AnimationNickelodeon
Nickelodeon Animation Studio is an American animation studio owned and operated by Viacom through Nickelodeon. It has produced many animated television series, including SpongeBob SquarePants, The Fairly OddParents, Invader Zim, Rocko's Modern Life, and Avatar: The Last Airbender, as well as programs for Nick Jr., Nicktoons, Nick at Nite, and TeenNick. It has also produced animated series for other Viacom-owned channels, like Paramount Network. Some shows and movies, such as Pinky Malinky, were also produced by the studio for Netflix.
20,000 Leagues Under the SeaList of DHX Media programsList of Cookie Jar Entertainment programs
This is a list of programs by WildBrain and its predecessors Decode Entertainment, Halifax Film Company, Studio B Productions, the original WildBrain, Cookie Jar Group/CINAR, Ragdoll Productions, Epitome Pictures, Nerd Corps Entertainment, and Iconix Brand Group. Note that some shows were co-productions with other companies, and may or may not necessarily be owned by WildBrain. * Yo Gabba Gabba! (2007–2015) * Badjelly the Witch (2000) * Official list of DHX Media programs Rastamouse (2011–2015) (co-production with Sony Pictures Television International). SheZow (2012–2013) (co-production with Kickstart Productions and Moody Street Kids).
In the year 2010, there was a dramatic increase and prominence in the use of 3D-technology in filmmaking after the success of Avatar in the format, with releases such as Alice in Wonderland, Clash of the Titans, Jackass 3D, all animated films, with numerous other titles being released in 3D formats. 20th Century Fox celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2010.
List of television series produced by Paramount Television
This is a list of television series produced or owned by CBS Television Studios and distributed by CBS Television Distribution. This list also includes shows produced or distributed by Paramount Television, CBS Broadcasting, CBS Productions, Viacom Productions/Enterprises, the older incarnation of Paramount Television, Viacom Media Networks, DreamWorks Television (pre-2008),Rysher Entertainment, Republic Pictures Television, Big Ticket Entertainment, Laurel Entertainment, Worldvision Enterprises/Taft Entertainment, Group W Productions, King World Productions, Desilu Productions and Spelling Television.
The following is a list of animated television series originating from or animated in Canada.
DiCDIC Animation CityDIC Productions L.P.
Most of the DiC library is currently owned by WildBrain (formerly DHX Media) after DHX acquired the Cookie Jar Group on October 22, 2012. In addition to animated and live-action television shows, while under Disney, DiC produced live-action feature films, including Meet the Deedles (1998) and Inspector Gadget (1999), and licensed various anime series such as Sailor Moon, Saint Seiya and Speed Racer X. Diffusion, Information Communications (DiC) was formed in France in 1971 by Jean Chalopin as the production division of Radio Television Luxembourg, a long existing media company.
DHX Media Vancouver2D animation studioDHX Media/Vancouver
The studio was acquired by WildBrain (then DHX Media) on December 4, 2007, and became a subsidiary there since then. The Studio B brand is no longer used, and since September 2010, all shows are branded using the DHX Media name. On December 4, 2007, DHX Media acquired Studio B.
Family ChannelFamilyThe Family Channel
Since the loss of Disney programming, the majority of Family's acquired programming have come from AwesomenessTV and DreamWorks Animation, as part of output deals with DHX Media. Since its launch, Family and DHX have co-commissioned programming with the U.S. network Universal Kids. Universal Kids had also acquired the U.S. rights to another Family series—The Next Step—and provided additional funding for its sixth season due to reduced financial commitments by DHX. Family and CBBC also co-commissioned the children's horror anthology Creeped Out.
(Colossal) Pictures ColossalGary Gutierrez
Colossal Pictures closed BIG Pictures in 1994; that October, (C)P employees John Hays, Phil Robinson, and Jeff Fino left the company and launched a new animation studio, WildBrain. Earlier in 1994, Colossal Pictures created exhibits for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Due to cost overruns, production delays and other problems, the museum refused to pay all of Colossal's bills. In April 1996, Colossal Pictures laid off a third of its staff, including co-founder Gary Gutierrez, and on May 30, the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Colossal sued the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for $1,200,000 in damages plus $10,000,000 in punitive damages.
Disney Junior (French Canada)Disney Junior (French)French
On 28 November 2013, DHX Media announced it would acquire the four channels for $170 million pending CRTC approval. On 24 July 2014, the CRTC approved DHX's purchase of the networks, and the deal was closed on 31 July 2014. On 16 April 2015, it was announced that Corus Entertainment had acquired Canadian rights to Disney Channel's program library and would launch a Canadian version of Disney Channel that September, and that its sibling brands of Disney Junior and XD would be re-launched at a later date. In anticipation for this transition, DHX concurrently announced that its Disney-branded networks would be re-branded as spin-offs of Family Channel.
CHRGDDisney XDDisney XD (Canada)
Family Chrgd (stylized as family CHRGD and pronounced "Family Charged") is a Canadian English language specialty channel owned by WildBrain. Chrgd broadcasts live-action and animated children's programming aimed towards viewers aged 6–12. The channel first launched on June 1, 2011, under the ownership of Astral Media as a localized version of Disney XD, serving as a sister network to Family Channel (which, at that time, held rights to the programming of Disney XD's parent network Disney Channel). Following the acquisition of Astral Media by Bell Media, Disney XD was divested to DHX Media.
EnglishFamily JuniorDisney Junior
On November 28, 2013, DHX Media announced it would acquire the two Disney Junior services and their sister networks for $170 million, pending CRTC approval. On July 24, 2014, the CRTC approved DHX's purchase of the networks, and the deal was closed on July 31, 2014. On April 16, 2015, it was announced that Corus Entertainment had acquired rights to Disney's children's television library and brands, succeeding a previous license agreement with DHX. Corus stated that following the launch of a Canadian version of Disney Channel, it would re-launch Disney's other linear children's television brands in Canada in the future.
Wild BrainWildBrain the original incarnation of WildBrain
In 2016, DHX Media announced the formation of a new London-based multi-channel network under the WildBrain name, focusing primarily on YouTube channels aimed towards children (such as content and original series from DHX's properties, as well as other forms of educational and toy-oriented content). In September 2019, DHX Media announced that it would change its name to WildBrain outright (with the MCN unit being renamed WildBrain Spark). *Green Eggs and Ham (1996) * SF Weekly "The Little Animation Company That Could" by Ryan Blitstein Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (storyboards; 1995–2000). Freakazoid! (pre-production; 1995–1997).
This is the first Ragdoll show made after the DHX Media takeover of Ragdoll Worldwide. (DHX Media itself co-owns the show.). Ragdoll's Website. History of Ragdoll.
Childrenchildren's televisionchildren's programming
English-language children's specialty channels in Canada are primarily owned by Corus Entertainment and DHX Media. Corus operates YTV, Treehouse, and Teletoon, as well as localized versions of the Cartoon Network, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD, and Nickelodeon brands. DHX operates Family Channel, as well as the spin-off services Chrgd and Family Jr. BBC Kids was the only English-language children's television channel in Canada that is not owned by Corus or DHX; since 2011 to its close in December 2018, it has been majority owned and operated by British Columbia's public broadcaster Knowledge Network.
Astral FilmsAstralAstral Video
Family - 3 multiplex channels(now owned by DHX Media). Disney Junior (English) (renamed Family Jr. by owner DHX Media after DHX lost the rights to Disney Channel programming to Corus Entertainment, which has since relaunched Disney Junior Canada.). Disney XD (renamed CHRGD by owner DHX Media after DHX lost the rights to Disney Channel programming to Corus Entertainment, which has since relaunched Disney XD Canada). The Movie Network - 4 multiplex channels, including HBO Canada (now owned by Bell Media and renamed Crave as of November 1, 2018 ).
Echo Bridge EntertainmentPlatinum Disc CorporationEcho Bridge
Since its acquisition of Alliance Atlantis International Distribution and recent distribution partnerships with Miramax, and ABC Disney/Buena Vista, Echo Bridge Entertainment has a combined portfolio of over 11,000 titles including Degrassi: The Next Generation (TeenNick) (a co-production with Epitome Pictures [owned by DHX Media] and Bell Media), which was until DHX Media acquired library of children’s and Family TV content in November 2014, and classic horror franchises Halloween, The Prophecy, Hellraiser, Children of the Corn and From Dusk Till Dawn.
FilmFair LondonFilmFair Communications
In 2004, the company rebranded to the Cookie Jar Group, which in turn was acquired by DHX Media in 2012, thus acquiring the rights to the European FilmFair properties and making DHX the largest independent producer of kids programming with 8,550 half hours up from 2,550. * * Cosgrove Hall Films. History of British animation. List of DHX Media programs.