Stuart Snyder

Stuart Snyder Announces Turner Departure

Stuart Snyder, president and chief operating officer of the Turner Animation group that oversees Cartoon Network, is leaving the network at the end of March. According to a report in ... Continue Reading →

PGS’ ‘LadyBug’ and ‘Alvin’ Most Popular Toons at MIP Junior

The children’s programming content market MIP Junior ended on a high note on Sunday (Oct. 9) with record attendance at the Carlton Hotel in Cannes, France. The event, which featured ... Continue Reading →

David Levy Promoted to President of TBS

David Levy, Turner Broadcasting System’s president of sales, distribution and sports has been promoted to the president of the cabler as former chair and CEO Phil Kent prepares ... Continue Reading →

CN’s Sorcher, Adult Swim’s Lazzo Get Promotions

In a restructuring move, Turner Broadcasting’s young adults and kids media group has made new executive appointments to aid a strategy of aligning content, digital and gaming ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Network Reports Best Year in History

It’s official: 2012 has been a great year for Cartoon Network. Turner Research reports that CN has had its most-watched year in the cabler’s 20-year history. Cartoon Network is ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Network Launches Watch-Play iOS App

Cartoon Network has released a new app for iOS that allows viewers to watch episodes of their favorite CN series and play games at the same time. CN 2.0, now available on the iPhone, ... Continue Reading →

Turner’s Stuart Snyder to Deliver Keynote at MIP Junior

Stuart Snyder, the president and COO of Turner Broadcasting System’s animation, young adults and kids media division, has been tapped to deliver the keynote address at MIP Junior, ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Network Announces Live Streaming at L.A. Upfront

Cartoon Network announced during its L.A. upfront today (April 18) that it will soon begin streaming its content live across multiple platforms, including on-line at, ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Network Reveals Dynamic New 2012-13 Slate

During its New York City upfront presentation, Cartoon Network announced today several new and returning series to its programming line-up including the world premiere of DreamWorks ... Continue Reading →

TBS and Teletoon Launch Cartoon Network in Canada

Teletoon and Turner Broadcast System will launch a new ad-supported digital channel that will air Cartoon Network (between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m.) and Adult Swim shows (after 9 p.m.) in ... Continue Reading →