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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 the only top three kids network to achieve growth across all kids demographics this year. Considering TV’s loss of viewers to [...]
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, iPod touch and iPad, includes all the features and content from the original video app, plus exclusive games [...]
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, which takes place October 6 and 7. Snyder will discuss the state of the kids’ media business today and look at where [...]
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 CartoonNetwork.com, and for mobile viewers on the iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad. Along with the previously announced slate of new and returning series, the network also [...]
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 Dragons: The Series, Annoying Orange, Ben 10: Omniverse and Beware the Batman. Held at New York’s Roseland Ballroom, the presentation included live performances of [...]
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 Canada. “We are honored that Cartoon Network has entrusted TELETOON to manage these two great brands in Canada,” said [...]
Ben 10 has dialed up some big-time help in his bid to jump from TV to the cineplex. Cartoon Network has signed a deal with producer Joel Silver and his Silver Pictures production company to develop a live-action movie based on the popular animated series. The movie will be produced [...]