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Steven DeNure to exit DHX Media

The company’s co-founder, president and COO is stepping down, with Josh Scherba named president and Aaron Ames named COO.

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Awards Roundup: Forte’s Snapshots wins kids Int’l Emmy

Plus: Halfire Entertainment’s Alias Grace nabs a Peabody nom and Canadians win at Hollyweb.

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Universal Kids, Family Channel commission Greenfields

The live-action comedy is produced by Six Eleven Media in association with DHX Television.

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Deals: Portfolio, Cineflix, DHX

Portfolio has inked a deal with Blue Dream Studios founder Scott Christian Sava to adapt his all-ages graphic novel, Pet Robots, into an animated TV series, plus more.

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DHX strategic review to conclude by June

At its annual shareholder meeting, CEO Michael Donovan discussed the importance of premium brands and offered insight into how the company arrived at its review.

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Fractured landscape: Canada’s kids-content biz

Canadian producers are scrambling to adjust their business models in the face of a stalled domestic system and increasingly globalized production environment.

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City renews Bad Blood for season two

The mob drama has been given an expanded, eight-episode order and will return to City in the fall.

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Dana Landry exits DHX

Michael Donovan takes over as CEO, while the media company also names a new CFO.

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Netflix partners on trio of animated preschool series

9 Story-owned Out of the Blue will produce Charlie’s Colorforms City alongside DHX Media.

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DHX revenues hit $121.9M in Q2

The company’s multi-platform network Wildbrain posted strong growth in the quarter, while its linear TV business posted year-over-year declines of 8%.

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ABC ME delves further into The Deep

The Australian broadcaster has greenlit a third season of the animated series produced by DHX Media, A Stark Production and Technicolor.

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Deals: Breaking Glass Pictures, Films Transit, DHX Media

Breaking Glass takes U.S. rights to Yan England’s 1:54, plus new international deals inked for Bob the Builder and Fireman Sam.