DreamWorks Animation has teamed with video game publisher Little Orbit and developer Vicious Cycle to create a game for the Kung Fu Panda franchise.
DreamWorks Animation and Netflix have unveiled plans for new original series based on the Dragons franchise.
DreamWorks Animation has appointed Copyright Promotions Licensing Group to represent Felix the Cat and the publishing brand Where’s Wally? in France.
The Praim Group has released a limited edition chocolate bar featuring DreamWorks Animation's latest feature film, Home.
Planeta Junior has tapped PHB to develop a new range of children's oral care products featuring the characters of DreamWorks Animation’s Madagascar.
Verizon will add more than 200 hours of original content produced by DreamWorks' YouTube network AwesomenessTV to its U.S. online content service every year.
Mobile publisher Behaviour Interactive has released a new puzzle game based on DreamWorks Animation's upcoming film Home.
DreamWorks Animation will promote its upcoming new film Home at all 15 Intu shopping centers in the U.K. with a brand immersion campaign.
Game developer No Yetis Allowed has released the new interactive character app "Pocket Shrek," inspired by the DreamWorks Animation franchise.
DreamWorks Animation is restructuring its feature animation business, reducing its annual output from three films to two in an effort to drive profitability.
As part of its corporate global branding strategy launched last year, DreamWorks Animation is
overhauling its agency model to further penetrate local markets throughout the EMEA.
JumpStart has launched the new mobile game “School of Dragons: Alchemy Adventure,” based on DreamWorks Animation's How to Train Your Dragon franchise.
DreamWorks Animation and Fuhu, creator of the Nabi kids’ tablet, have launched the nabi DreamTab HD8 at Walmart and Target.
DreamWorks Animations' AwesomenessTV YouTube network is bringing its brand offline with the launch of the pop-up shop Scene@AwesomenessTV in Los Angeles, Calif.
DreamWorks Animation and Cupcake Digital have released a new app based on the upcoming film How to Train Your Dragon 2.
DreamWorks Animation's YouTube network AwesomenessTV opened its first pop-up shop Saturday, featuring a range of products inspired by its digital celebrities.
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