Boomerang Latin America And Boomerang Brazil September 2015 Highlights

Boomerang Latin America And Boomerang Brazil Highlights

Boomerang Latin America September 2015 Highlights

New Film: Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur: Tuesday 8th September at 10am Colombia, 10.30am Venezuela and 12pm Mexico and Argentina time.
Inspector Gadget now airs after the end of the Cine Boomerang block in the morning and at night from Wednesday 2nd September.

Boomerang Brazil September 2015 Highlights

New Film: Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur: Tuesday 8th September at 12pm.
Selection of the best episodes of The Garfield Show every day at 6pm and Super 4 every day at 9.45am.

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New Mobile Game: Adventure Time Puzzle Quest

Adventure Time Puzzle Quest

Today (23/07/2015), games publisher D3 Go! and Cartoon Network announced that a new mobile game called Adventure Time Puzzle Quest is now available worldwide as a free-to-play download on Apple’s App Store, Google Play and the Amazon Appstore. Adventure Time Puzzle Quest is an all-new match-3 puzzle mobile game that features the characters of Adventure Time as well as its brilliant humour.

Developed by WayForward in partnership with Cartoon Network, join Finn, Jake and friends in a radical new journey through the Land of Ooo and encounter baddies attacking from every direction. In the very first Adventure Time match-3 puzzle experience, complete super cool battles and heroic quests to level-up characters, unlock new abilities and acquire new loot that you can craft into battle ready items. Select your favourite Adventure Time characters in more than 30 magical and fun-filled quests and daily events, and compete in awesome tournaments for some super cool prizes! Brand new fun-filled adventures will greet you each week!

Peter Andrew, vice president of publishing, D3 Go! made this statement regarding Adventure Time Puzzle Quest, he also mentioned that there will be more updates in the future:

“We are full of excitement that a brand new Puzzle Quest experience is now available everywhere and to be able to capture all the craziness of the Adventure Time world with even more fun to unveil in future updates”

Pete Yoder, vice president, Cartoon Network Enterprises also made a comment about the new game and how this type of entertainment provides new and different experiences for Adventure Time fans:

“Gaming has always been an integral piece of the Adventure Time franchise as it allows for new and different experiences that extend our fans’ connections with the brand,” said . “Building on a successful relationship with D3 Go! that spawned Card Wars, we’re excited to once again create a game in Adventure Time Puzzle Quest that fuses the best of both franchises to create a unique gaming experience for fans.”

Adventure Time was created by Pendleton Ward and produced by Cartoon Network Studios and Federator Studios. Adventure Time season six is currently airing on Cartoon Network feeds across the Europe, the Middle East and Africa region.

For additional details and updates on Adventure Time Puzzle Quest, please visit

Mobile App Store Links:

Google Play (Android):
Apple App Store: (iOS for iPhone and iPad):
Amazon App Store: (For Kindle Fire and Android devices):

Special thanks to Turner UK’s Press Team for the information.

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Turner Signs Deal With Vubiquity For Automated Live-To-VOD System


Today (21/07/2015), it was announced that Turner Broadcasting System USA have signed a deal with Vubiquity for use of its automatic recording, content identification tagging and dynamic advertising preparation technology for video-on-demand purposes. The new technology will be in operation in September, which will start automatically recording content from Turner’s TV channels though its live-to-VOD system which will also identify episode and show information automatically. This means reduced dependency of using a PVR (Personal Video Recorder) and the ability to have more shows available on-demand which can be accessed through the viewer’s pay-TV receiver.

From the official Turner USA press release:

Los Angeles/Atlanta – July 21, 2015 – VUBIQUITY, the leading global provider of premium content services, today announced a long-term partnership with Turner Broadcasting to capture and process Turner’s C3 and D4 VOD content and distribute it to the On Demand market. Together the companies developed a first-of-its-kind, innovative product that automates, tags and identifies content for C3 capture in high resolution, mezzanine format, and prepares it for immediate VOD and dynamic ad insertion.

“Turner is a pioneer of TV Everywhere and shares in VUBIQUITY’s continued mission to deliver premium content on-demand that’s easily accessible to consumers and measurable through multiple platforms,” said Gabriel Berger, EVP, Sales, VUBIQUITY. “We’re excited to partner together on this initiative to provide an accurate, automated solution for capturing C3 content that we expect will accelerate this next phase of advertising growth.”

“We’re pleased to have collaborated with Vubiquity on this innovative solution for a more centralized, efficient and automated system to deliver Turner’s VOD content,” said Jennifer Mirgorod, EVP, Brand Distribution of Turner Content Distribution (TCD). “With our increased focus on delivering our programming assets to as many platforms as possible and the imperative need to monetize this content, the partnership with Vubiquity facilitates our objective to streamline and virtualize our content distribution process.”

Beginning September, VUBIQUITY will acquire live, high-quality broadcast feeds directly from Turner capturing C3 shows based on the linear schedule using a newly released SCTE specification. Through live-to-VOD processing, VUBIQUITY can offer expanded services, such as Catchup TV, where all shows are recorded for one or more channels.

The agreement aims to fill a void in the television industry by delivering this model for a next-generation management system, allowing networks easy and efficient capturing and processing of viewership. Consumers will have the option to watch more content, shortly after it first airs, potentially eliminating the hassle of recording shows on a DVR.