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Two decades after its launch, the 24-hour cable channel is one of the most influential forces in pop culture and the toon business. It all started with Daffy Duck. This month as Cartoon Network celebrates its 20th anniversary on the air, classic Looney Tune fans can look back and celebrate [...]
Los Angeles residents are in for a treat next month when the acclaimed animation festival Platform pays a visit to the REDCAT theater (October 26-28). In collaboration with CalArts and the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater, the fest will showcase exciting and innovative new animated films and talent while also [...]
Cartoon Network has given the green light to two new animated comedy series: Steven Universe and Uncle Grandpa. Created by Adventure Time writer and storyboard artist Rebecca Sugar, Steven Universe is a coming-of-age story told from the perspective of the youngest member of a team of magical Guardians of the [...]
An offbeat Internet fruit sensation, a group of animated reality kids and mystical LEGO fighters add an extra punch to the cable network’s summer lineup. Remember those summers when all you could find on TV were sad reruns of shows that you hated to watch in the first place? Well, [...]
Curtis Lelash has been promoted to vice president of comedy animation for Cartoon Network. Lelash will oversee the development of Cartoon Network’s animated comedy series, which have helped drive the network to its current standing as the No. 1 network among boys 6-11 and 9-14. Creatively responsible for projects from pilot development through series [...]
Cartoon Network has acquired the TV rights to the most-watched web series of all-time, The Annoying Orange. Inspired by the viral toon watched by millions on YouTube, a new half-hour television series will premiere in 2012 as part of Cartoon Network’s original programming block. Created by Dane Boedigheimer and produced [...]
Rob Swartz is leaving his job as VP of original series at Cartoon Network to return to producing, reports Deadline.com. In three years at the network, Swartz oversaw development and programming for such Cartoon Network series as Adventure Time, Regular Show, MAD, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, Generator Rex and Young [...]