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Netflix greenlights preschool series from DHX Media, Atomic Cartoons

The streamer’s slate includes CG-animated series like Hello Ninja and DreamWorks Go, Dog. Go!, plus more.

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Atomic Cartoons moves into phase two of Ottawa expansion

Ottawa studio head Chris Wightman discusses the animation studio’s rapid growth in the region and what’s next for the branch.

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Matthew Berkowitz named CCO of Thunderbird and Atomic Cartoons

Thunderbird also made a pair of executive appointments as it looks to build out its slate of originals.

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Cyber Group inks int’l deal for Atomic’s The Last Kids on Earth

The Paris-based company will represent all merchandise, ancillary and second-window TV rights for the adventure series.

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Atomic Cartoons swims into Mermicorno series

Thunderbird’s kids division is partnering with Japanese brand tokidoki to develop an original animated series based on its toy characters.

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Playback’s 2018 Exec of the Year: Jennifer Twiner McCarron

The CEO of Thunderbird Entertainment had a boffo year, transitioning from CEO of Atomic Cartoons to the leader of its newly public parent company.

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Thunderbird to open Ottawa office

The Vancouver-based company is looking to tap into a new talent pool as it builds out its animation and factual divisions in the nation’s capital.

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Atomic Cartoons sets up next series

The Vancouver-based prodco has teamed up once again with The Last Kids on Earth writer Max Brallier on a new series based on his Eerie Elementary books.

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Atomic Cartoons to produce Princesses Wear Pants

The Vancouver animation company has optioned the rights to Today Show anchor Savannah Guthrie and Allison Oppenheim’s best-selling book series for TV.

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Jennifer Twiner McCarron named Thunderbird CEO

She remains CEO of Thunderbird’s growing animation division, Atomic Cartoons.

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PBS Kids orders animated series from Atomic Cartoons

The U.S. pubcaster has greenlit Molly of Denali, which is slated to premiere next summer.

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How Beat Bugs helped Atomic Cartoons realize its expansion plans

The animation studio this week relocated its Vancouver headquarters as it increases its focus on original IP and capitalizes on the escalating demand for service work in B.C.