Tooncast Latin America will be having weekend marathons of Dragon Ball every weekend during September. Every Saturday and Sunday, Tooncast will be airing episodes for four hours of the popular Japanese anime from 6am Colombia, 6.30am Venezuela, 8am Argentina and Brazil time and repeated again at 6pm Colombia 6.30pm Venezuela and 8pm Argentina and Brazil time.
Every weekday will have one hour of Dragon Ball on Tooncast 1pm Colombia, 1.30pm Venezuela 3pm Argentina and Brazil Time and is repeated at 1am Colombia 1.30am Venezuela and 3am Argentina and Brazil time.
Cartoon Network in Mexico and Brazil are organizing an running event in São Paulo, Brazil and Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey in Mexico.
The name of the racing event in Mexico is known as “Carrera Cartoon Network” and in Brazil as “Corrida Cartoon Network” and will feature Cartoon Network guest stars such as Finn, Jake, Princess Bubblegum, Ice King, Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls, Gumball and Darwin.
At the Carrera/Corrida running event there will be four or five races with different lengths and age groups, also participants will be in parent and child pairs tied together with a rubber band. This will be the fourth year Cartoon Network Latin America have organised the event.
The Cartoon Network Carrera event in Mexico will happen on 5th October at the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico City, Glorieta de la Normal in Guadalajara and Parque Fundidora in Monterrey.
List of events (Mexico City):
Up to 6 years old (Group A): 1 km, 9.35 am Up to 6 years old (Group B): 1 km, 9.10 am 7-8 years old: 1.5km, 8.40 am 9-11 years old: 2 km, 8.15 am 12-14 years old: 4km, 7 am
List of events (Guadalajara and Monterrey):
Up to 6 years old: 1 km, 10.20 am 7-8 years old: 1.5km, 9.50 am 9-11 years old: 2 km, 9.15 am 12-14 years old: 4km, 8.30 am
The Cartoon Network Corrida event in São Paulo will happen on 21st September at the São Paulo Jockey Club.
List of events:
Up to 4 years old: 1 km, 8 am 5-6 years old: 1 km, 9 am 7-9 years old: 1.5 km, 10 am 10-12 years old: 2 km, 10.30 am 13-14 years old: 2.5km, 11 am
At the ABTA 2014 pay-TV exhibition in Sao Paulo, Brazil, cable television operator NET announced the addition of Tooncast to their cable packages. The channel became available on NET from 1st August and is on channel 110. Tooncast is a sister channel operated by Cartoon Network Latin America and features classic Warner Bros, MGM and Cartoon Network cartoons. Cartoon Network HD was also added to the cable operator’s packages on 27th February this year.