Cartoon Network UK Save Christmas 2016 Competition

Cartoon Network UK Save Christmas 2016 Competition

Turns out that Adventure Time’s Ice King still hasn’t learnt his lesson from last year and is ruining Christmas again, Cartoon Network UK will be airing a news report and CCTV footage of the Ice King’s crimes everyday with a daily prize giveaway as a reward during the run-up to Christmas. There will also be one mega prize giveaway competition that will run from Christmas Eve (Saturday 24th December) to New Years Eve (Saturday 31st December).

Cartoon Network UK’s 2015 Ice King Christmas Countdown won a PromaxBDA UK 2016 gold award in the “Best Direct Response Promo Kids” category and as because the competition was a success, Cartoon Network UK decided to bring back the competition for another year.

To enter the competition and to save Christmas, visit http://www.cartoonnetwork.co.uk/promotion/save-christmas and select the answer relating to what you’ve seen in the video footage.

http://www.cartoonnetwork.co.uk/promotion/save-christmas

Competition Terms and Conditions:

http://christmas.cartoonnetwork.co.uk/terms.pdf

Also check out Yo-Kai Watch UK’s very own advent calendar, the Advent Calendar is full of free downloadables as well as competitions for fans to win Yo-Kai Watch prizes.

Cartoon Network News In Brief Early November 2016

Cartoon Network News In Brief Early November 2016

Cartoon Network News In Brief Early November 2016

Cartoon Network Canada Now Using Dimensional Rebrand Graphics

According to a Teen Titans Go! promo airing on Cartoon Network Canada, the channel has started to use elements from Cartoon Network USA’s 2016 Dimensional rebrand package, including the promo endboards and the zoom out logo animation featuring 2D, 3D and stopmotion cartoon characters.

The Powerpuff Girls Reboot Free-To-Air UK Premiere On CITV On Monday 7th November

Cartoon Network’s The Powerpuff Girls will start airing on UK free-to-air kids channel CITV (Children’s ITV) from Monday 7th November at 5pm. The original series also aired on the CITV programming block on main network ITV. The new Powerpuff Girls series on CITV will air alongside Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time and Boomerang’s Be Cool, Scooby-Doo. CITV now holds the free TV rights over the show, while Cartoon Network UK will continue to air the newer episodes and with more frequent airings on pay-television.

http://tv.sky.com/tv-guide#/programme/detail/6273/1616

The Powerpuff Girls will also premiere on Disney Channel Germany in 2017, at present Disney Channel Germany is airing We Bare Bears.

http://www.quotenmeter.de/n/88655/disney-channel-2016-17-mehr-filme-neue-eigenproduktionen-diverse-familienserien

Cartoon Network UK Adventure Time Book Signed By Kent Osborne Competition

Cartoon Network UK is currently running an Adventure Time book competition, five lucky winners will win a copy of Adventure Time: Finn and Jake’s Official Guide signed by Kent Osbourne, the head story writer for Adventure Time. Like the Instagram post below and follow the Cartoon Network UK account on Instagram to enter. Competition closes Sunday 6th November 2016, UK Residents only, Entrants must be aged 13 and older.

Terms and Conditions:

http://www.mediafire.com/view/pl9s7r5d6v3aaf7/AdventureTimeBooks_T&C&#

The Powerpuff Girls and We Bare Bears Pair-Up On Cartoon Network Southeast Asia And Cartoon Network Australia

Cartoon Network Southeast Asia (Philippines sub-feed) and Cartoon Network Australia are pairing up The Powerpuff Girls and We Bare Bears in a three week long programming special of a total of thirty new episodes (15 episodes for each show) airing every weekday from Monday 7th November. The girls and the bear brothers have a lot in common, Grizzly and Blossom are natural leaders, both Panda and Bubbles have a soft heart and Ice Bear and Buttercup are strong.

On each weekday during the three weeks, a new episode of both We Bare Bears and The Powerpuff Girls will air back-to-back from 6pm on Cartoon Network Australia. Cartoon Network Southeast Asia viewers outside the Philippines will receive the Pair-Up programming special from Monday 14th November.

Cartoon Network Imagination Studios MENA Research Study

Cartoon Network Imagination Studios MENA Research Study

Cartoon Network Imagination Studios MENA Research Study

Turner Middle East and North Africa has recently conducted an Imagination Studios survey in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to find out more about children’s creative preferences and what kind of character traits they want their cartoon character creations to have. According to the research, kids in the two countries prefer writing to drawing and they think that personality is more important than the appearance of their characters. There was a need for a creative platform to encourage creativity in the region, this led to the creation of Imagination Studios in the MENA area. The research was conducted on a sample size of 1500 people, this includes children between 6 to 12 years old, their parents, as well as their teachers.

Research Statistics

23% of children in the UAE and 25% in Saudi Arabia voted that their character should be kind.

25% of respondents in the UAE agreed that their imaginary heroes should be inventive, while 22% in Saudi Arabia stated this was important.

70% of people surveyed acknowledged that humour is a trait that they would like their characters to embody, a quality they also seek in their friends.

43% of respondents preferred that their characters speak classical Arabic.

Cartoon Network Imagination Studios is a new initiative in the MENA region which had a successful rollout over Europe and Africa last year, the Imagination Studios website informs children on how Cartoon Network’s cartoons are made and teaches them in a simplified way about the various stages in animation production, ranging from storyboarding to character design. As part of the Imagination Studios initiative, there is also a competition for children to enter their storyboards, character drawings and short animations, the theme for this year is about road safety.

The Cartoon Network Arabic Imagination Studios competition is open to three categories based on age groups: 4 to 6 years old, 7 to 9 years old and 10 to 14 years old. Ten winners from each age group will be awarded Kindle 8GB Fire HD 7 Wi-Fi Tablet. The competition ends on Wednesday 30th November. To encourage participation in the Imagination Studios competition, representatives from Cartoon Network Arabic will visit schools across Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar and Kuwait. Back in 2012, Cartoon Network Arabic launched a similar competition called Creative Generation, Cartoon Network Africa also had a competition of the same name before Imagination Studios was introduced.

Tarek Mounir, Vice President and General Manager of Turner for Turkey, Middle East, North Africa, Greece & Cyprus said:

“Since its introduction, the Creative Generation initiative has received tremendous response from kids, parents and schools in the region. Our recent endeavour, Imagination Studios, is an evolution of that creative concept, and is aimed at attracting a more diversified pool of young creative minds. Imagination Studios will encourage creative thinking in bright young minds, and offer a platform to showcase the talent of students across the region”

https://menaherald.com/en/2016/10/30/turner-releases-significant-findings-study-launch-cartoon-network-arabics-imagination-studios/