Loot Crate Launches Rick And Morty Crate Merchandise Subscription Service

Loot Crate Launches Rick And Morty Crate Merchandise Subscription Service

Loot Crate Launches Rick And Morty Crate Merchandise Subscription Service

Subscription merchandise box service – Loot Crate has teamed up with Cartoon Network Enterprises to launch the Rick and Morty Crate. The Rick and Morty Crate will include exclusive Rick and Morty products delivered to subscribers every quarter, offering Rick and Morty fans something new to enjoy.

The new quarterly Rick and Morty crate is on sale now, the first Rick and Morty crate will be shipped to subscribers in July 2019. The Rick and Morty Crate costs $39.99 USD + $10 shipping and handling for US subscribers and $55.99 (includes shipping) for international subscribers. The Rick and Morty Crate has a $65 USD value. Also, Loot Crate has collaborated with Cartoon Network Enterprises for a one-time Robot Chicken themed Adult Swim Crate which will be shipped in Spring 2019.

From The Loot Crate Press Release: New Crate Will Surprise Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty Fans With Incredible Items and Experiences Every Quarter

Last week, Loot Crate has announced the launch of a new Rick and Morty Crate, in collaboration with Cartoon Network Enterprises, which will deliver exclusive Rick and Morty products to subscribers every quarter, and allow fans of the franchise to get schwifty in a whole new way.

“With this new Rick and Morty subscription, we’re ‘teleporting’ one-of-a-kind products and experiences to fans that they won’t be able to get anywhere else,” said Chris Davis, CEO of Loot Crate. “We’re thrilled to work with Cartoon Network Enterprises on the Rick and Morty Crate, which will bring fans of the Adult Swim series together in a whole new way.”

This new quarterly Rick and Morty Crate is on sale now, and will ship its first crate in July 2019. The Rick and Morty Crate is valued at $65+ USD per crate, and costs $39.99 USD + $10 S&H for US subscribers and $55.99 (including shipping) for international subscribers.

For more information and to subscribe to our new quarterly Rick and Morty Crate, please visit https://www.lootcrate.com/crates/rick-and-morty.

About Loot Crate:

Founded in 2012, Loot Crate™ is a leading subscription commerce platform for super fans. Loot Crate partners with major studios, game companies, indie game developers, comics publishers, and professional sports leagues and personalities in the shared curation of PC games and exclusive premium consumer products in themed mystery boxes, delivered directly to subscribers’ doorsteps. Loot Crate was ranked #1 fastest-growing private company by Inc. magazine’s Inc. 5000 as well as #1 on Deloitte’s Fast 500 list for 2016.

About Cartoon Network Enterprises:

Cartoon Network Enterprises (CNE) is responsible for building consumer products and merchandising programs for a wide range of brands by securing and supporting long-term licensing partnerships across all categories. As the global branding and merchandising arm of Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, the division manages the consumer product programs for the networks’ award-winning original programming, brands and characters including Ben 10, Adventure Time, The Powerpuff Girls, Steven Universe, The Amazing World of Gumball and We Bare Bears, as well as Rick and Morty on Adult Swim.

Adult Swim, launched in 2001, is Warner Bros’s network offering original and acquired animated and live-action series for young adults. Airing nightly from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. (ET/PT), Adult Swim is basic cable’s #1 network with persons 18-34 and 18-49, and is seen in 94 million U.S. homes.

Cartoon Network Enterprises and Adult Swim are parts of Turner (now Warner Bros. Kids and Young Adults), a WarnerMedia company, a global entertainment company that creates premium content and delivers exceptional experiences to fans whenever and wherever they consume content. These efforts are fueled by data-driven insights and industry-leading technology. Warner Bros. Kids and Young Adults owns and operates some of the most valuable brands in the world, including Adult Swim, Boomerang and Cartoon Network.



Cartoon Network Is Now A Part Of Warner Bros. Global Kids & Young Adults, Turner To Be Fully Integrated Into WarnerMedia

Cartoon Network Is Now A Part Of Warner Bros. Global Kids & Young Adults, Turner To Be Fully Integrated Into WarnerMedia

Cartoon Network Is Now A Part Of Warner Bros. Global Kids & Young Adults, Turner To Be Fully Integrated Into WarnerMedia

Today (4th March), AT&T’s WarnerMedia has announced a new organisation structure which will cause Turner and HBO to cease being semi-autonomous subsidiaries and will become fully integrated into WarnerMedia. Amid speculation towards the end of last week (28th February/1st March), WarnerMedia CEO John Stankey has officially announced that Bob Greenblatt, who was most recently Chairman for NBC Entertainment, will become Chairman of WarnerMedia Entertainment and Direct-to-Consumer. The WarnerMedia Entertainment division will include Turner’s general entertainment channels such as TNT, TBS and also HBO’s channels, however, TCM, along with streaming media division – Otter Media are now under Warner Bros. Last week, Turner President David Levy and HBO President Richard Plepler announced that they’re leaving the company.

According to prior reports from various news outlets, it was suggested that a full Turner/HBO merger will happen, but now it seems that Turner is splitting up into separate WarnerMedia departments.

Cartoon Network’s owners – Turner has been split up into three parts within the WarnerMedia group, WarnerMedia Entertainment, WarnerMedia News and Sports and Warner Bros.’s new department –
Global Kids & Young Adults which will include Turner’s kids and young adults brands – Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Adult Swim as well as its international brands – Cartoonito, Boing, Toonix and Toonami. Kevin Tsujihara, the Chairman and CEO of Warner Bros will oversee the new Global Kids & Young Adults business. The president of Turner International, Gerhard Zeiler has been promoted as WarnerMedia’s Chief Revenue Officer and will be in charge of WarnerMedia’s Affiliates and Advertising Sales Group. Also, Jeff Zucker will become Chairman, WarnerMedia News & Sports, and President of CNN.

My analysis on the restructuring:

Time Warner (now WarnerMedia) has owned Turner since 1996, but the kids and young adults part of the company has been treated separately from Warner Bros for over 22 years, as a result, Turner had to do content deals with Warner Bros as if it was negotiating with a different company. The new restructuring will enable Cartoon Network to directly utilise Warner Bros’s movie, animation and video games divisions, which will enable the company to compete against against the likes of Disney, it also means that Cartoon Network and Hanna-Barbera are finally reunited at last. The downside to the restructuring is that it could lead to job losses because of common functions among businesses. The Turner brand name will live on in WarnerMedia’s TNT, TBS and TCM channel brand names. AT&T originally said they wouldn’t change anything at Turner, but this is no longer the case.


From The WarnerMedia Press Release: WarnerMedia Announced New Organizational Model And Leadership Team

WarnerMedia today announced a new organizational model to accelerate the investment in and development of content. WarnerMedia will organize its teams around entertainment networks, live programming, content production and affiliate and advertising sales.

As part of the organizational announcement, WarnerMedia CEO John Stankey announced that Robert Greenblatt, who was most recently Chairman for NBC Entertainment, will take on the role as Chairman, WarnerMedia Entertainment and Direct-to-Consumer. Stankey also announced expanded roles for Jeff Zucker, who becomes Chairman, WarnerMedia News & Sports, and President, CNN; and for Kevin Tsujihara, who continues as Chairman and CEO, Warner Bros. with additional responsibilities including a new global kids and young adults business; and Gerhard Zeiler, who has been elevated from President, Turner International to WarnerMedia Chief Revenue Officer.

“We have done an amazing job establishing our brands as leaders in the hearts and minds of consumers,” said Stankey. “Adding Bob Greenblatt to the WarnerMedia family and expanding the leadership scope and responsibilities of Jeff, Kevin and Gerhard – who collectively have more than 80 years of global media experience and success – gives us the right management team to strategically position our leading portfolio of brands, world-class talent and rich library of intellectual property for future growth.”

WarnerMedia Entertainment led by Bob Greenblatt will include HBO, the linear cable networks TNT, TBS and truTV, and the Direct-to-Consumer business. This change will provide the company with the agility and flexibility needed to build WarnerMedia’s brands across a variety of evolving distribution models with a more coordinated approach to the company’s original programming.

WarnerMedia News & Sports will include CNN Worldwide (CNN, CNN.com, CNN International, CNN en Español, HLN, Great Big Story), Turner Sports, Bleacher Report and the AT&T Regional Sports Networks. Jeff Zucker will continue to lead CNN and now run this expanded organization to capitalize on the importance of live news and sports content, as well as helping to build on the strengths of the company’s two industry-leading digital properties – CNN.com and Bleacher Report – to benefit consumers and advertisers in their respective market segments.

Warner Bros.’ film, television, and games operations will add a new Global Kids & Young Adults business that brings together the family, kids and animation efforts from across WarnerMedia, including Cartoon Network, Adult Swim and Boomerang. Additionally, Otter Media, Turner Classic Movies and all activities around licensed consumer products development for WarnerMedia properties will also reside here. Kevin Tsujihara will spearhead these efforts and continue to lead Warner Bros. which, under his direction, has become the only studio with premiere positions in television, film and videogames.

The company will consolidate all WarnerMedia Affiliates and Advertising Sales Groups under one unified structure led by Gerhard Zeiler. He will utilize his broad experience in both public and commercial broadcasting sectors across multiple geographies to unite all of the WarnerMedia network affiliate sales and advertising sales businesses to help benefit advertisers, distributors, partners and the company.

Mr. Greenblatt said, “I’m honored to be joining WarnerMedia during such an exciting time for the company and the industry as a whole, and I look forward to working alongside the many talented executives and team members across the company. WarnerMedia is home to some of the world’s most innovative, creative and successful brands and we’re in a unique position to foster even deeper connections with consumers. And it goes without saying I will always have a soft spot in my heart for HBO going back to the rewarding experience I had producing Alan Ball’s Six Feet Under.”

Greenblatt is a seasoned television veteran and producer who was most recently Chairman of NBC Entertainment where he helped to transform NBC into the highest-rated, most-watched, and most- awarded broadcast network with hit programming like This Is Us, The Good Place, the Chicago trilogy, The Voice, and a series of live musicals and events. He has strong relationships with talent and deep experience on both the production and programming sides of the business for network and cable television, giving him a unique understanding of running and developing a content business. His career began at the Fox network where he delivered iconic shows such as Beverly Hills 90210, Melrose Place, Party of Five, The X-Files, Ally McBeal and King of the Hill. He then rebranded Showtime for the modern era with signature series such as Weeds, Dexter, The Tudors, Nurse Jackie, and Shameless. As a respected and award-winning producer he was awarded the Golden Globe and Peabody awards for HBO’s classic series Six Feet Under; and he has two Tony awards for his work on Broadway.

About WarnerMedia

WarnerMedia is a leading media and entertainment company that creates and distributes premium and popular content from a diverse array of talented storytellers and journalists to global audiences.


Tooncast Latin America March 2019 Highlights

Tooncast Latin America March 2019 Highlights

Tooncast Latin America March 2019 Highlights

The Powerpuff Girls Month

Episodes of The Powerpuff Girls airs Monday to Friday at 9am and 9pm, and on weekends at 10.30am and 12am.

In March, Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup take over tooncast! Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup – otherwise known as the Powerpuff Girls – are three little girls with a mission: to save the world before bedtime. Blossom is the leader, Bubbles is the free spirit and Buttercup is the tough one who most enjoys fighting the bad guys. The Powerpuff Girls live with Professor Utonium in a suburban home outside Townsville, where they regularly match wits and muscle with an array of villains.

The Powerpuff Girls – Special Episodes

And if that’s not enough, here’s some more sugar, spice and everything nice! On Friday 8th March at 9am and 9pm, enjoy an hour-and-a-half marathon featuring the best special double episodes of The Powerpuff Girls, including ‘West in Pieces,’ ‘A Made-Up Story,’ ‘The Boys Are Back in Town’ and ‘See Me, Feel Me, Gnomey.’ Will Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup manage to save the world before bedtime? Join them to find out! Only on tooncast.

Tooncast Latin America Highlights in .docx Format

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