Dolphin Entertainment, founded in 1996 by President Bill O’Dowd, is a forward-thinking studio focused on best-in-class storytelling on a global scale for young, always-connected audiences. Led by CEO and Emmy®-nominated Producer Bill O’Dowd, Dolphin has created award-winning entertainment across multiple platforms, and has worked with outstanding storytellers including Bryan Singer, Anthony Zuiker and Dan Schneider.
Dolphin Entertainment has a long history delivering television and digital programming to children and young adults. Our programs can be seen in more than 300 million homes in over 100 territories worldwide. Our television shows include the Primetime Emmy® Award-nominated Nickelodeon hit series Zoey 101, Nickelodeon’s top-rated Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide, and in partnership with Warner Bros Digital both AOL/Cambio distributed series Aim High starring Jackson Rathbone and Aimee Teegarden, and YouTube distributed H+: The Digital Series from Bryan Singer.
Most recently, Dolphin’s family sitcom Raising Expectations, starring Molly Ringwald and Jason Priestley, won the 2017 Kidscreen Award for Best New Series – Teen/Tween.