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Massive Monster Mayhem

Nickelodeon picks up DHX’s Massive Monster Mayhem

The sci-fi kids competition show will air on Family Channel in Canada.

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Family Channel sets Next Step return

The fifth season of the tween dance series debuts later this month on the DHX-owned channel.

The new Strawberry Shortcake & Friends - courtesy DHX Media

DHX to buy Peanuts, Strawberry Shortcake

The Halifax media co is set to acquire the entertainment division of Iconix Brand Group in a US$345 million agreement.

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WildBrain to create Tulipop YouTube series

DHX’s multiplatform kids network is turning Icelandic lifestyle brand Tulipop into an animated web series.

Shaleen Shanga

Radical Sheep adds development and production exec

Shaleen Sangha joins the kids and family division of Boat Rocker Studios from DHX Media.

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Deals: DHX Media, Films We Like, Super Channel

More than 165 episodes from DHX’s library are headed to New York-based entertainment streaming service Playster, plus more deals.

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DHX’s Fangbone! bites into more markets

DHX Media has licensed the animated series to eight new linear broadcasters, as well as Netflix.

Mega Man

Cartoon Network picks ups Mega Man

The 3D animated series, produced by DHX Media and Dentsu Entertainment, will begin production this summer in Vancouver.

Bruce McDonald

DHX, CBBC greenlight Creeped Out

The 13-part coproduction will shoot in the U.K. and Canada, with Bruce McDonald set to direct domestically shot episodes.

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Deals: DHX Media, 9 Story, Squeeze

DHX is expanding the Teletubbies brand into video games, Squeeze inks more international deals for Cracke, plus more deals.

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DHX Media revenues dip 3% in Q2

Gains in distribution and owned consumer products helped the media co overcome declines in its television and proprietary production businesses.

Ken Faier, Senior Vice President and Executive Producer, DHX Content

DHX shuffles management teams

The kids’ content company has integrated its studio and distribution teams, with several longtime execs getting bumped up the ladder.