Teen Titans Go! To The Movies Advert Now Airing On UK Television

Teen Titans Go! To The Movies Advert Now Airing On UK Television

Teen Titans Go! To The Movies Advert Now Airing On UK Television

An advertisement for the upcoming movie based on Warner Bros. Animation’s and Cartoon Network’s Teen Titans Go! is now airing on UK television, including show’s home channel – Cartoon Network. In the UK, the movie will be released in cinemas nationwide on Friday 3rd August. The movie promises to have so much action, and so many heroes that it’s the superhero movie to end all superhero movies (hopefully), if Aquaman can have a movie, anyone can. The movie takes place in the DC Comics’ expanded universe and features cameos of DC’s most recognisable superhero characters such as Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and the Green Lantern.

In the movie, the Teen Titans notice that every superhero have their own movie, except themselves. With high hopes and aspirations, they try to grab the attention of a movie director at Warner Bros’ movie studio so they can have their very own movie, but they’re not treated as superheroes as such because they actually haven’t done anything heroic. So, to prove their worth, the Teen Titans meet and fight their arch-nemesis – Slade (humorously mistaken for Deadpool in the movie), but Slade isn’t interest in fighting a “bunch of sidekicks and half a robot”, he’s more interested in world domination. Will the Teen Titans get their own movie? and more importantly, will they save Earth?

On 23rd June, the movie had its first screening at Vidcon, a convention for internet video producers in Anaheim, California. The movie had its press day on Sunday 1st July at the Warner Bros. Studio Lot in Burbank.


Warner Bros. Animation At Wondercon 2018

Warner Bros. Animation At Wondercon 2018

Warner Bros. Animation At Wondercon 2018

During the Wondercon Comic-Con convention in Anaheim, California this weekend (Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th March), there were Warner Bros. Animation show panel events for Unikitty!, Teen Titans Go! and for the upcoming animated series coming soon to Cartoon Network – DC Super Hero Girls.

The first panel was for Unikitty!. Show producers, Ed Skudder and Lynn Wang; art director Andrea Fernandez; animation director Anna Hollingsworth and voice actors Roger Craig Smith (Hawkodile) and Eric Bauza (Master Frown) were all present at the panel. A new episode sneak peek was shown at the panel and there was an opportunity for fans of the show to ask questions. There was an opportunity for fans to get an autograph too.


Next up was the panel for one of Cartoon Network USA’s most popular shows – Teen Titans Go!, the show’s producers Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic and the voice of Beast Boy – Greg Cipes were at the panel, in front of a packed audience. Also yesterday, Warner Bros. Pictures released the shortened television advert version of the Teen Titans Go! To The Movies trailer, the advert includes some never-before-seen footage featuring the superhero – Green Lantern voiced by rapper – Lil Yachty.

Finally, there was the panel for the new series – DC Super Hero Girls. Attending the panel were: Anais Fairweather (voice of Super Girl), Yancey Labat (DC Super Hero Girls graphic novels illustrator), Monica Kubina (DC Super Hero Girls graphic novels colorist) and Shea Fontana (DC Super Hero Girls writer). A brand new animated series based on the DC franchise is being developed by Lauren Faust (The Powerpuff Girls (original series), Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends and My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic) and it will premiere on Cartoon Network USA this year, a special episode based on the franchise – DC Super Hero Girls: Super Hero High has already aired on Cartoon Network in the U.S. and on Boomerang in the UK, also there’s an animated short web series which is now in its fourth season, all web episodes can be viewed for free on the DC Super Hero Girls YouTube channel.




Cartoon Network’s Owners Turner Launches T1 Digital Advertising Sales Division

Cartoon Network's Owners Turner Launches T1 Digital Advertising Sales Division

Cartoon Network’s Owners Turner Launches T1 Digital Advertising Sales Division

Turner has merged their international Digital Advertising Sales operations into one single division called “T1”, the new division will be in-charge of digital and linear advertising sales and CNNIC (CNN International Commercial) operations across Latin America; Europe, Middle East and Africa and Asia-Pacific regions. T1 aims to connect global advertisers that are based outside the United States with Turner’s widely distributed international brands including Cartoon Network, Boomerang, CNN, TNT, TBS, Bleacher Report, Great Big Story and many more. Turner USA also has a similar advertising division called Turner Ignite.

T1 provides creative and data-driven advertising solutions, which includes bespoke advertising campaigns featuring branded content and product placement. These campaigns can be scaled down to a region or country level or even different audience demographics across a variety of digital devices including mobiles and PCs. T1 is a spin-off of CNNIC and is created and led by the President of CNNIC – Rani Raad, with Rob Bradley, Vice President of Digital Commercial Strategy and Digital Advertising Sales of CNNIC overseeing T1’s operations.

From The Turner International (EMEA/APAC/LA) Press Release: Turner International is for the first time providing advertisers with a single way to activate a full suite of global, regional and local campaigns that connect with fans across Turner’s digital properties spanning over 200 countries.

The launch of Turner International Digital Advertising Sales – T1 – consolidates Turner’s international digital advertising capabilities into a single division, complementing existing local digital and linear advertising sales and CNN International Commercial (CNNIC) operations across Latin America, EMEA and APAC. T1’s focus is on connecting global advertisers based outside the US with audiences across Turner’s entertainment, kids, news and sports digital portfolio including Bleacher Report, Cartoon Network, Boomerang, CNN, ELEAGUE, TNT, TBS, Great Big Story, Esporte Interativo as well as COPA90, which Turner has a stake in.

T1 offers brands a rich suite of creative and data-driven advertising solutions – from forging far-reaching strategic partnerships to creating bespoke campaigns that include branded content, native and product placement, as well as pre-roll and display inventory across the Turner International digital portfolio. The unit is designed to work with major brands on a wide range of campaigns that can scale multiple regions, be highly targeted to specific countries, or utilise particular Turner properties to reach defined audience demographics and clusters in brand-safe premium mobile, desktop and social environments.

T1 is borne out of the successful digital strategy devised by CNNIC – the arm of Turner International that monetises all CNN properties outside of the US – to combine data and content solutions to grow partnerships between CNN and international advertisers. Using this blueprint, T1 is created and led by Rani Raad, President of CNNIC.

The unit comprises a specialist team of sales, consultancy and operations experts working closely with Turner International’s leadership, technology, advertising, product and editorial teams to increase monetisation opportunities around digital properties. Overseeing T1 operations is Rob Bradley, Vice President of Digital Commercial Strategy and Digital Advertising Sales for both CNNIC and T1.

Underpinning T1 is a unified advertising technology platform to enable creative campaigns that reach highly defined premium audiences at huge scale. The division also draws on existing Turner solutions such as Launchpad, the social media amplification tool which leverages data across the company’s 750M global social followers to deliver branded content to like-minded groups on social media.

“T1 is the embodiment of the ‘One Turner’ philosophy at the heart of our company as we create new ways to best serve our audiences and commercial partners,” said Rani Raad. “The creation of this division unlocks a vast premium digital portfolio in order to bring new, innovative solutions to the market. Drawing on the multi-platform strategy that has driven growth at CNNIC, we look forward to establishing ground-breaking partnerships with brands who want to be part of the new content frontiers that Turner brands are pushing right across the world.”