WildBrain Ltd. (formerly known as DHX Media Ltd. until 2019) is a Canadian media production and distribution company founded in 2006 by Michael Donovan, and is headquartered in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The company was formed following the merger of two Canadian production companies, Decode Entertainment and Halifax Film Company.

WildBrain is the world's largest independent owner of childrens' and family programming, with more than 13,000 half-hours in its library, including titles such as Peanuts, Teletubbies, Caillou, Johnny Test, Inspector Gadget, and the first 15 seasons of Arthur.

In late 2012, DHX Media acquired Cookie Jar Entertainment (formerly known as CINAR) [1][2], which co-produced and animated Arthur from 1996-2011. As a result, distribution rights to the first 15 seasons of Arthur were transferred from Cookie Jar to DHX Media, which is now known as WildBrain.



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