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Thunderbird targets new streamers, doubles down on owned IP

Execs said 2019 has been a “transformative” year for the company as it expands its operations and builds on relationships with new and existing streaming entities.

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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 begins trading on TSX Venture Exchange

Following the completion of its deal with Golden Secret Ventures, Thunderbird has an estimated $16.6 million of working capital to direct toward its subsidiaries and future acquisitions.

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Thunderbird Entertainment to go public via Golden Secret deal

Pending approval of the transaction, which is expected to close by October, Thunderbird will be listed on the TSX Venture Exchange.

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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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Atomic Cartoons appoints a new head of development

Former Arc Productions exec Matthew Berkowitz will be based out of Los Angeles.

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Skybound North signs first-look deal

Thunderbird will get early access to TV content coming from the new Vancouver shop, headed by Catherine Winder.

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How Atomic Cartoons caught the Beatle-mania bug

Canada/Australia coproduction Beat Bugs is the largest project ever undertaken by the subsidiary of Vancouver’s Thunderbird.

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Twiner-McCarron named president of Atomic Cartoons

The veteran of the animation industry has been Atomic’s head of production since 2011.