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  • Animation by About.Com provides profiles of the companies that have been pioneers in the animation industry, including DreamWorks Animation SKG, Pixar Animation Studios, Eidos Interactive, Square Enix and the Walt Disney Co.
  • Animation Industry Database, a resource for the professional animation, visual effects and gaming-related communities, offers information on almost 5,000 companies and schools in more than 100 categories, from animation production to advertising agencies.
  • Communication Arts bills itself as the “essential creative resource,” with online features, competitions and job search features as well as a print magazine.
  • Computer Graphics Channel is an online magazine dedicated to computer graphics and the world of visual effects. Updated every weekday, it has news, a forum, artist galleries and job listings.
  • Coroflot is a design-specific career- and portfolio-listing site.
  • The Dallas Society of Visual Communications was founded in 1957 as the Dallas/Fort Worth Art Directors Club but now embraces all professionals involved in marketing communication, including writers, photographers, illustrators, broadcast producers, Internet professionals and the vendors and suppliers who support them. Over the years, the DSVC has grown to become one of the largest independent clubs of its kind.
  • Digital Media Online is the world's leading developer of business-to-business vertical online communities for the digital media industry. Communities include streaming media, video, animation, special effects, desktop publishing, imaging and design, audio, computer-aided design, workstations, broadcast, post-production and game development.
  • Graphic Design USA is a news magazine for creative professionals.
  • Graphis Magazine was first published in 1944 in Switzerland and is now based in New York City. The magazine covers graphic communications worldwide and has been hailed for its artistic presentation, design and production qualities.
  • The Special Interest Group on Graphics serves more than 8,000 organization members and the entire computer graphics and interactive techniques industry.
  • Tech Republic Computer Graphics has blogs, downloads, forums, articles, videos, webcasts, software and jobs as well as resources for 3-D and computer graphics.
  • VFXPro is a daily online resource for the visual effects community, reporting on the art, technology and business of visual effects.