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12 Killed in Attack at Paris Office of Charlie Hebdo
12 people have been killed in an attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. The attack occured at the magazine's office in Paris. (January 7, 2015)

Dilbert Gets Animated
After years of being posted in cubicles and distributed from coworker-to-coworker by email, Scott Adams' Dilbert is adding a daily animated version. (July 29, 2008)

Borders Bans Issue of Magazine Containing Mohammed Cartoons
Borders has banned the April-May issue of Free Inquiry because the magazine published some the controversial Mohammed cartoons. (March 31, 2006)

Small Boston Paper Publishes Mohammed Cartoon
Editor & Publisher reports that the Spare Change News, a small Boston newspaper, has published one of the controversial Mohammed Cartoons. (February 17, 2006)

Iran Ups the Ante With Holocaust Cartoon Contest
The Islamic fury over the Mohammed cartoons continues into midweek with more violent protests in the Middle Eastern countries. (February 8, 2006)

Two Editors Fired Over Mohammed Cartoon Row
Two editors have been fired because of the growing Mohammed cartoon row. (February 4, 2006)

The Blogosphere and the Mohammed Cartoons
Bloggers are discussing the widespread outrage in the Islamic world about cartoons that were recently republished in several European newspapers. (February 3, 2006)

Mohammed Cartoons Spark Rage in Middle East
The republishing of cartoons featuring the prophet Mohammed have caused outrage in some Islamic communities. (February 2, 2006)

Nickelodeon Plans Six New Shows
Nickelodeon has announced six new live-action and animated series for the 2005-06 season. (March 23, 2005)

Nicktoons Partners With Xilam for Shuriken School
Nicktoons, Nickelodeon's digital channel for kids, will partner with Paris-based studio, Xilam Animation, for Shuriken School, a quirky playground comedy with a martial arts twist about a boy's adventures at Ninja school, it was announced by Keith Dawkins, Vice President and General Manager, Nicktoons. (March 19, 2005)

Butch Hartman Signs Deal with Nickelodeon
Butch Hartman, the creator and executive producer of the hit Nickelodeon series The Fairly OddParents and Danny Phantom, has signed a multi-year deal with Nickelodeon Networks to create original animated and live-action programming for Nickelodeon and Noggin, it was announced by Marjorie Cohn, Executive Vice President, Development and Original Programming, Nickelodeon. (March 3, 2005)

Midway and Cartoon Network Sign Games Deal
Midway Games Inc. (March 2, 2005)

Web Comic Strips Market Emerging
The online comic strip market is still in its infancy but there are hundreds of alternative offerings as evidenced at MyComix. (September 3, 1999)

World's Top Cartoonists Invade Cyberspace
350 of the world's top cartoonists from 50 countries can now be seen on one entertaining and educational website: Cartoon Web. (July 30, 1998)

New Website Features White House Scandal Cartoons By Top Cartoonists
The site, White House Sex Scandal by All the Top Editorial Cartoonists, is updated daily with the newest scandal cartoons from scores of award winning cartoonists such as Pulitzer Prize winners Jim Borgman, Mike Peters, and Signe Wilkinson. (January 27, 1998)

New Yorker Names Cartoon Editor
Robert Mankoff will become the cartoon editor of The New Yorker in September, Tina Brown, the magazine's editor, has announced. (June 9, 1997)