Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific Wins Awards At 2018 FICCI Frames Animation Awards

Cartoon Network India Wins Awards At 2018 FICCI Frames Animation Awards

Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific Wins Awards At 2018 FICCI Frames Animation Awards

Yesterday (7th March) was the opening day of the FICCI Frames Media and Entertainment convention in Mumbai, India and Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific has walked away with two Best Animated Frames (BAF) awards. Cartoon Network India’s short-form animated series – Lamput won an award in the Best Indian-produced Animated Episode category and Roll No. 21 also won an award in the Best Indian-produced animated film category for the movie – “Kris Aur Ulta Pulta Time”.

The new show – Andy Pirki which airs on Cartoon Network India’s sister channel – Pogo was nominated in the Best Indian-produced Promo Film category, Cartoon Network Australia’s short-form animated series – Bill and Tony was also nominated in the Best International Animated Episode category, for the episode entitled “Spicy”. “Roll No. 21: Kris Aur Ulta Pulta” Time was nominated in the Best International Animated Film category.

This is also the forth consecutive year where Turner Asia-Pacific’s original content has won awards at FICCI Frames, last year at the convention, Lamput won the Best Animated Case Study award. In 2016, Cartoon Network won Best Animated Film for “Roll No.21 – Kris in Bollywood”, and also for Best Animated Film for “Roll No. 21 – Ticket to Australia” in 2015.

From The Turner Asia-Pacific Press Release: Cartoon Network Scores Wins At FICCI Animation Awards

Cartoon Network, Turner’s leading kids’ entertainment channel, won two awards last night at “FICCI Frames – Best Animated Frames (BAF) Awards 2018” in Mumbai, India. BAF recognises excellence in animation, visual effects and gaming and are considered as the most prestigious recognition for creative talent in this field.

Cartoon Network walked away with an award for Lamput in the best animated episode (Indian) category and for Roll No. 21 – Kris Aur Ulta Pulta Time’ in the best animated film (Indian) category.

Turner was also nominated in a diverse set of categories at FICCI this year with Andy Pirki for the Promo Film (Indian) category, Bill and Tony – Spicy in the Animated Episode (International) selection and Roll No. 21 – Kris Aur Ulta Pulta Time again for Animated Film (International).

This is fourth year in a row that Turner original content has won at FICCI Frames. Cartoon Network’s short series Lamput also won the prestigious critics’ choice award as the best case study in the Animated Frames category in 2017.

https://www.regularcapital.com/2017/03/cartoon-network-asia-pacifics-lamput-wins-ficci-frames-2017-award/

Cartoon Network won Best Animated Film for its Roll No. 21 – Kris in Bollywood in 2016 and Best Animated Film for Roll No. 21 – Ticket to Australia the year before.

http://www.ficci-frames.com

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Cartoon Network Number One In Asia Pacific In 2016

Cartoon Network Number One In Asia Pacific In 2016

Cartoon Network Number One In Asia Pacific In 2016

Turner’s portfolio of kids channels in the Asia-Pacific region was the most watched international kids channel grouping in the region during 2016 and the channels’ have already got off to a good start in 2017. Turner’s kids channels in the Asia-Pacific region include Cartoon Network, Boomerang, POGO and Toonami. Within the last twelve months, there has been growth in the use of digital services too, total visits to Cartoon Network’s web, mobile and app services in 2016 saw an 11% increase year-on-year.

New digital services includes the MagiMobile app, which enables fans to collect swords as featured in Cartoon Network’s latest show – Mighty Magiswords, the new app adds an extra layer of interactivity to Cartoon Network’s linear programming. Apps such as Cartoon Network Watch and Play enables users to watch Cartoon Network and play mini-games on the go. Having a multiscreen strategy to complement Turner’s existing linear television business model is an requirement in order to retain audiences in a digital era.

In terms of channel distribution in the region, Cartoon Network is now available in 135 million households, both Toonami and Boomerang are available in over 15 and 30 million homes respectively and POGO is now available in 64 million households. In 2017, there will be major upgrades to Cartoon Network’s Watch and Play and Cartoon Network Anything apps and to the channel’s websites too. New mobile and consoles games based on Cartoon Network’s IPs are also planned for 2017.

In 2017, Cartoon Network will continue to air new episodes of Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls, We Bare Bears, Mighty Magiswords, Regular Show, The Amazing World of Gumball and Adventure Time. In 2017, there will be more regional output from Cartoon Network including shows and shorts such as Roll No. 21, Lamput, The Sketchy Show, Bill and Tony, and Beat Monsters. From Warner Bros. Animation, Turner’s channels will air new episodes of Be Cool Scooby-Doo, The Tom and Jerry Show, Teen Titans Go!, Justice League Action, Bunnicula and Wabbit: A Looney Tunes Production. Channel acquisitions and co-productions include My Knight and Me, Dragon Ball Super, Yo-Kai Watch, Oggy and the Cockroaches, Chhota Bheem and Mighty Raju.

From The Turner Asia-Pacific Press Release: Turner’s Kids Brands Begin 2017 On Top Once Again In 2016 – Cartoon Network, Boomerang, POGO and Toonami lead the pack in 2016 and look forward to a multi-platform 2017

The combination of Turner’s four kids brands in Asia Pacific – Cartoon Network, Boomerang, POGO and Toonami – was the region’s No. 1 international kids portfolio across nine measured markets for the whole of 2016.*

Building on the same leadership position achieved in 2015, the group again finished the year with the highest category share in the kids’ genre throughout the region. Turner’s off-air, digital touchpoints for its brands also showed significant growth during the past 12 months.

Mark Eyers, Chief Content Officer for Turner’s Kids Networks in Asia Pacific, said:

“This is awesome news for us, and is just one of many highlights during a huge 2016. We welcomed back mega-franchises like Ben 10 and The Powerpuff Girls on Cartoon Network, saw some world-class content debut on POGO and Toonami, as well as witnessing a spike in reach and distribution for Boomerang.”

Turner is forging new ways of developing content and telling stories that converge creativity and technology. Way more than a traditional TV series, a great example of this is Cartoon Network’s recently-launched MagiMobile, which was conceived at the beginning of the concept development process. The app is an integral part of the overall experience for the network’s latest new franchise, Mighty Magiswords, and empowers users to build their own massive collection of Magiswords, just like the heroes in the show.

A raft of games, apps and consumer products will launch through the year. Already this January, in addition to MagiMobile, Cartoon Network launched the Ben 10: Up to Speed mobile game. Mobile, web and console games are all planned 2017, as are major upgrades to Cartoon Network Watch and Play and Cartoon Network Anything apps, and to the brands’ websites.

** In 2016, downloads of Cartoon Network Anything were up significantly by 558% year-on-year; Cartoon Network Watch and Play saw a 61% download increase. **

“Looking ahead, 2017 will be the year when our shows go truly multi-platform and are consumed by young audiences in new ways,” added Mr. Eyers. “We’ll have almost 800 half-hours of new content on Cartoon Network and Boomerang alone, much of which will debut on our apps perfectly complementing our TV schedules. This also includes some great new original content from our own region, such as games and shorts by creators based in Australia, India and Korea.”

As Cartoon Network gears up for an even bigger year, distribution in the region has pushed past 135 million households. Sister brands Toonami and Boomerang are at over 15 and 30 million, respectively, and POGO sits at 64 million households.

* Data sources: OzTAM national STV overnights (Australia), BARC Media Workstation (India), Nielsen (Korea, Taiwan, Thailand One-Merged), MediaLogic (Pakistan), Kantar Media (Philippines MegaTAM, Malaysia DTAM Live + As Live), GFK (Singapore – trial data July-September 2016, SG TAM October-December 2016). 2016 full year. Local Kids Targets; Ranking among Kids Channels.

** Data source: Omniture. Period: Jan – Dec 2016 vs. Jan – Dec 2015.

https://www.turner.com/pressroom/turner%E2%80%99s-kids-brands-begin-2017-top-once-again-across-asia-pacific

Cartoon Network Southeast Asia New Bill And Tony The Sock Animated Short

Cartoon Network Southeast Asia New Bill And Tony The Sock Animated Short

Cartoon Network Southeast Asia New Bill And Tony The Sock Animated Short

Cartoon Network Southeast Asia has uploaded another Bill and Tony animated short called “The Sock”. In the animated short, Bill and Tony visit the local laundromat to wash their dirty clothes (even though they don’t wear any).

The animated short solves the mystery of why individual socks disappear without a trace. Bill & Tony features claymation animation and is produced by animation studio Flying Gherkin. The animated shorts were commissioned by Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific as part of its Australian-made original animation lineup in 2016.

http://www.flyinggherkin.com/

http://www.timewarner.com/newsroom/press-releases/2015/11/18/cartoon-network-grows-its-australian-made-original-animation-in