Corus Entertainment Inc. today announced fourth quarter and year end financial results. Fiscal 2005 consolidated revenues were $683.1 million, up two percent from $666.8 million last year. Net income was $71.1 million, compared with a loss of $23 million a year ago. The company also reported $80 million in cash flow, up 52 percent from […]
Zach Braff (the voice of Chicken Little) and Starz Kids & Family will celebrate the theatrical release of Walt Disney Pictures’ Chicken Little on November 4. The 24-hour “Starz Kids & Family Animation Celebration” begins on the same day at 6:00am (ET/PT) and features Braff introducing exclusive content from Chicken Little, plus animated features including […]
PBS KIDS Sprout today announced two senior executive appointments: Sandy Wax will join the network as President effective November 2, and Andrew Beecham has joined the network as Senior Vice President of Programming. In addition, Diana Kerekes, Vice President and General Counsel of Content Development for Comcast Corporation, will assume a seat on the PBS […]
On November 25, PBS KIDS will present a two-hour block of episodes from both Clifford The Big Red Dog and Dragon Tales. The episodes will focus on friendship and respecting others. [Source: PR Newswire]
Ronald Sanders has been named President, Warner Home Video. In his new position, Sanders will assume responsibility for the overall worldwide operation of Warner Home Video, including sales, marketing, distribution, finance, administration, and physical operations. Sanders, who joined WHV in 1991, most recently served as Executive Vice President & General Manager, North America. Upon taking […]
Warner Bros. Entertainment has realigned its businesses involved in the digital delivery of entertainment content to consumers to create the Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group. The Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group includes home video, online, wireless, games, and anti-piracy and emerging technologies operations. Kevin Tsujihara has been named President of the new group, reporting directly […]
Citing Variety, Superhero Hype! reports that a television series based on the film Sin City is in the works. The series would follow Robert Rodriguez’s second film, due out in 2006. No network or casting announcements have been made at this time.
Writer Dan Slott has been interviewed by Newsarama.com about his upcoming monthly Thing series for Marvel Comics. The comic book will focus on the rocky orange member of the Fantastic Four. Several lettered preview pages are included in the article.
The Los Angeles Times reports that Pixar Animation Studios has been sued in two separate class-action lawsuits (free registration required). Both suits charge that the company deliberately misled investors when projecting DVD sales for The Incredibles. Pixar described the lawsuits as “completely baseless.”
Clone High takes place in a high school made up of teenaged clones of historical figures. How could this show, with its off-the-wall humor, challenging teen issues (including sleep deprivation, catching ADD from toilet seats, women playing sports, being upstaged by John Stamos, and getting drunk off alcohol-free beer) and bizarre concept, possibly fail? Simple. […]