The Center for Scholars and Storytellers, a US/Canadian research group backed by UCLA, Toronto’s Ryerson University, and others, has released a study of children’s TV… Read More »Kids’ TV study recommends various diversity improvements
Late last week, Amazon issued an update on its plan to set up a new headquarters (dubbed “HQ2”) in another city. Which city will get… Read More »Amazon’s narrowed its HQ2 candidates down to 20 cities
Earlier this month, online giant Amazon announced it wants a new secondary headquarters (dubbed “HQ2”) in another North American city. Amazon listed their desired criteria… Read More »Where should Amazon’s new headquarters be located?
A year since the end of Teletoon Retro: what’s the current status of Teletoon, Family, and their sister channels?
A year ago, Canada saw its Boomerang analog, Teletoon Retro, go off the air for good. During and after the shutdown, I got a lot… Read More »A year since the end of Teletoon Retro: what’s the current status of Teletoon, Family, and their sister channels?
While I’m not Canadian, I have kept tabs occasionally on the goings-on with Canada’s premiere animation cable channel, Teletoon. For years, it’s been the main… Read More »Teletoon Retro to shut down September 1, 2015
“Nelvana of the Northern Lights” #2. Art by Adrian Dingle. This week’s entry is Canadian superheroine Nelvana of the Northern Lights. Nelvana is one of… Read More »Minorities in cartoons: Nelvana of the Northern Lights
On this Canada Day, I look at mentions of Canada in animation.
Cartoon Network and Teletoon have announced that Cartoon Network (in partnership with Teletoon) will be launching a digital cable channel in Canada as of next… Read More »Cartoon Network debuts July 4 in Canada (with help from Teletoon)