DreamWorks Animation’s AwesomenessTV, has hired former Walt Disney Studios executive T.J. Marchetti as chief marketing officer.
DreamWorks Animation has teamed with Merlin Entertainments to create a themed visitor attraction based on the Shrek franchise.
Spin Master is added characters from DreamWorks Animation and the world of Pokémon to its Ionix construction system.
Planeta Junior and DreamWorks Animation has signed a multi-year TV distribution and licensing deal across Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece and Turkey.
With a marquee keynote, a new Motorsports-themed area and an expanded fashion footprint, Licensing Expo 2014 is warming up for a high-octane show this June.
DreamWorks Animation’s CEO and director Jeffrey Katzenberg is slated to give the opening keynote address on the first day of Licensing Expo, June 17.
DreamWorks Animation has launched DreamWorks Press, an in-house publishing operation that will create digital and print titles inspired by the studio’s IP.
Big Idea Entertainment, a subsidiary of DreamWorks Animation, has tapped Storypanda to bring the Veggiecational book catalog to the iPad.
DreamWorks Animation and Plumzi have released the first interactive VeggieTales appisode that lets kids take part in a TV episode.
DreamWorks Animation has joined forces with Fuhu to create the DreamTab, a new kids’ tablet with exclusive content and new DWA games.
Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO of DreamWorks, has been named MIPCOM 2013’s Personality of the Year.
DreamWorks Animation has named Marjorie Cohn as its first-ever head of television as the studio expands its TV efforts.
MIPCOM has named chief executive officer of DreamWorks Animation, Jeffrey Katzenberg, as its 2013 Personality of the Year.
With a new team in place and a newly redefined global presence established, DreamWorks Animation is heading into Brand Licensing Europe with a razor sharp focus on building its core brands around the world.
DreamWorks Animation’s chief executive officer, Jeffrey Katzenberg, was recognized as Personality of the Year earlier this week during MIPCOM television market.
DreamWorks Animation has added more cast for its upcoming feature, B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherwordly Operations.
Netflix has called in the big guns for its first-ever original kids' series, with plans to debut “Turbo Fast” in partnership with DreamWorks Animation.
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