Wendy Goldman Getzler
The ongoing discourse surrounding gender roles and their impact on kids has now made its way to Target aisles, as the US retailer prepares to remove gender-based signs from its stores.
Writer, producer and The Fairly OddParents creator Butch Hartman has spent 30 years in the animation world – and the past six months as a mobile junkie. Hartman has just lifted the veil on Noog Network, an app that features his own original videos and games, and he’s here to give iKids Weekly the scoop.
With 200,000 copies sold in its first week on shelves, Dr. Seuss’ long-lost What Pet Should I Get? has become the fastest-selling picture book in Random House Children’s Books history.
Former Viacom exec Vanessa Brookman is stepping into the newly created role of VP of content & creative, UK and Northern Europe at Turner Broadcasting, where she will execute content strategies for the company’s kids and general entertainment portfolio.
A week after adding four new kids series to its catalog, Toronto, Canada’s Picture Box Distribution has picked up a number of titles from Norwegian entertainment company Earthtree Media.
Viacom alum Tanya Haider is among two new hires joining the ranks at Sesame Workshop, where she will work closely with a slew of former Nickelodeon execs – including Sesame Workshop CEO Jeffrey Dunn.
Disney Consumer Products and global retailer Uniqlo are taking their six-year relationship to the next level with the launch of a new clothing line and marketing campaign that features characters from the Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars vaults.