DHX Media Ltd. shares plummeted seven per cent when the company announced it was not going to renew its licensing agreement with Disney, but the stock is now rebounding and should continue to climb higher, says Adam Shine, analyst at National Bank.
The numbers keep getting better and better for DHX Media Ltd. The Halifax-based international children's and family entertainment firm saw a 150 per cent increase in profits and a 127 per cent increase in revenues for fiscal 2015.
HALIFAX - A Halifax company has scored a deal to promote its “Slugterra” animated TV series through Burger King restaurants. DHX Media Ltd. says the fast-food chain has agreed to distribute four Slugterra toys this month in kids' meals around the world.
TheChronicleHerald.ca (registration) - Feb 17, 2015
Things keep looking up for DHX Media Ltd. of Halifax. The family and children's entertainment company saw a 112 per cent increase in revenues and an increase in profits for the second quarter of 2015, compared with the same period last year.