Clarence’s Stormy Sleepover Miniseries Coming Soon

Clarence's Stormy Sleepover Miniseries Coming Soon

Clarence’s Stormy Sleepover Miniseries Coming Soon

Cartoon Network’s Clarence will be having its very own mini-series entitled “Clarence’s Stormy Sleepover”, according to the show’s Head of Story (and voice of Clarence) – Spencer Rothbell, the miniseries will air on Cartoon Network USA sometime in June. The first episode will be available to watch on video-on-demand services as well as the Cartoon Network app sometime between today (21/05/2017) or tomorrow (22/05/2017). The first episode is called “The Phantom Clarence” and the mini-series will consist of six episodes. Sleepover episodes are quite a common theme in Clarence (especially as the show centres on elementary/primary school aged children and has a friendship theme), with episodes such as Slumber Party and Belson’s Sleepover. According to Spencer, he says there are lots of little clues and moments that relate to other episodes as you watch.

According to the episode description for The Phantom Clarence on Zap2It’s TV listings website it says:

“Clarence plans to throw the sleepover to end all sleepovers with decorations, pillow fights, and games, but there’s one thing missing – guests; Clarence wants to invite all his friends, but finds that they might need some convincing.”

http://tvlistings.zap2it.com/tv/clarence-the-phantom-clarence/EP018697991320?aid=zap2it

http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/video/clarence/

Cartoon Network Southeast Asia Operations Moving To Singapore

Cartoon Network Southeast Asia Operations Moving To Singapore

Cartoon Network Southeast Asia Operations Moving To Singapore

Turner Asia-Pacific has announced that they are moving their Southeast Asia division’s operations from their Hong Kong headquarters to its Singapore hub as part of its decentralisation process the company has been undertaking since 2013. A third of the employees will move to Singapore, everyone else will be relocated to other divisions or will sadly lose their jobs. The central hub in Singapore will be led by Vishal Dembla, the vice president and general manager of the Southeast Asia region. Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific has already outsourced a large chunk of its presentation department to Infinite Studios in Singapore last year, with some staff moving from Hong Kong. Turner Asia-Pacific is split up into three sub-regions, South Asia, Southeast Asia-Pacific and North Asia.

In February, Turner’s managing director of South East Asia Pacific and North Asia Phil Nelson said: “These changes will enable Turner to better develop its growing business in this region.” Turner’s corporate communications and marketing VP Gregory Ho has said the move would not affect the APAC base in Hong Kong.

http://www.mumbrella.asia/2017/05/jobs-go-turner-south-east-asia-operation-moves-hong-kong-singapore/

Cartoon Network USA App Now Has Chromecast Support

Cartoon Network USA App Now Has Chromecast Support

Cartoon Network USA App Now Has Chromecast Support

Cartoon Network USA’s live streaming and VOD (video on-demand) app now has Google Chromecast support. Any TV with a Chromecast dongle can now stream episodes from the app on a smartphone or tablet, users can push a video onto a Chromecast device by simply pressing the Cast button. Cartoon Network has also added 40 new stickers for iOS users and features designs from Cartoon Network’s top shows including Adventure Time, The Powerpuff Girls, Steven Universe and Teen Titans Go!.

The app was updated on Thursday this week (18/05/2017). Chromecast support on the Cartoon Network App was one of the most requested features by users and follows the Apple TV’s TV app integration update which was released last month.

Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.turner.cnvideoapp

iTunes App Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cartoon-network-app-full-episodes-video-clips/id404593641

https://www.engadget.com/2017/05/19/cartoon-network-apps-chromecast/