Disney plans a global event to unveil new Star Wars toys, top franchises drive huge summer box office numbers and Oprah opens an e-commerce site.
DreamWorks Animation's chief global brand officer Michael Francis will step down from his full-time duties at the company in December and transition to a consulting role.
De Agostini Editore has picked up the exclusive rights to 600 episodes of DreamWorks Animation television content for its DeAKids channel in Italy.
Toys 'R' Us will be the first retailer to offer Mattel's toy line for DreamWorks Animation’s upcoming Netflix original series "Dinotrux."
Rovio Entertainment has hired former DreamWorks Animation executive Tuomo Korpinen as president of both Rovio Animation Company and Blue Bird Distribution Company.
DreamWorks Animation has unveiled a limited edition Character Clash collection at New York Fashion Week: Men’s, taking place this week.
Nine television series from DreamWorks Animation will debut on four major Spanish TV networks later this year.
DreamWorks Animation has renewed its global licensing deal with toy partner Spin Master for the next iteration of its How to Train Your Dragon franchise.
DreamWorks Animation has partnered with Walmart for a robust, multi-category direct-to-retail licensing program featuring the characters of Shrek, Madagascar and How to Train Your Dragon.
Content and media company CJ E&M has signed on to represent DreamWorks Animation in Korea, helping to expand the company's character business in the country.
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DreamWorks Animation has appointed two veteran producers, Bonnie Arnold and Mireille Soria, as co-presidents of its feature animation division.
DreamWorks Animation and Netflix are continuing their exclusive content partnership with the original animated series "The Adventures of Puss in Boots."
DreamWorks Animation is restructuring its feature animation business, reducing its annual output from three films to two in an effort to drive profitability.
Game developer No Yetis Allowed has released the new interactive character app "Pocket Shrek," inspired by the DreamWorks Animation franchise.
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