Boing Italy And Cartoonito Italy January 2018 Highlights

Boing Italy And Cartoonito Italy January 2018 Highlights

Boing Italy And Cartoonito Italy January 2018 Highlights

Boing Italy January 2018 Highlights

New Show

My Personal Hero

Premieres Monday 29th January, airs every Monday at 7.30pm.

Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs: The Animated Series

Premiered Monday 8th January, airs Mondays to Fridays at 5.10pm.

New Episodes (Free-To-Air Premieres)

Teen Titans Go!

New episodes air from Monday 29th January, airs every Monday at 7pm.

Regular Show

New episodes air from Monday 15th January, airs Mondays to Fridays at 10pm.

New Episodes

Troppo Incredibile

New episodes air from Saturday 27th January at 5.40pm.

http://www.boingtv.it

Cartoonito Italy January 2018 Highlights

New Show

Vroomiz

Premieres Sunday 7th January, airs on weekends at 8pm.

New Episodes

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

New episodes air from Wednesday 17th January, airs Mondays to Fridays at 12.35pm.

Sissi The Young Empress

New episodes air from Saturday 13th January, airs on weekends at 4pm.

New Episodes (Free To Air Premieres)

Oddbods and The Happos Family

New episodes air from Monday 8th January, airs every day at 3pm.

http://www.cartoonito.it

https://www.movietele.it/post/gennaio-2018-boing-boomerang-cartoonito-cartoon-network

Boing Programming Block Coming To Chilevision January 2018

Boing Programming Block Coming To Chilevision January 2018

Boing Programming Block Coming To Chilevision January 2018

Turner Broadcasting System Latin America owned channel – Chilevision, which broadcasts in Chile, will be reintroducing a children’s cartoon programming block, but this time, it won’t be a Cartoon Network branded block, the channel launched a short-lived “Zona Cartoon Network” block in 2016.

Instead, the block will use a sister brand of Cartoon Network which is exclusively used in the Southern Europe and Africa region – Boing. Turner has Boing branded channels in France, Italy, Africa and also in Spain, where it is used as Turner’s primary kids brand, the channel offers a variety of programming of mostly animation and some live-action, Boing in most countries tend to air older Cartoon Network originals such as the original Cartoon Cartoons and in some cases, older episodes of current Cartoon Network shows. However, Boing in Spain, focuses more on Cartoon Network’s current programming and airs new episodes on weekend mornings.

The new Boing block on Chilevision will include programming from both Cartoon Network and Boomerang, confirmed shows include The Powerpuff Girls, Tom and Jerry, Masha and the Bear and Ben 10. The new Boing block is expected to debut on the first weekend of 2018 (Saturday 6th January). Boing’s current branding and presentation was developed by design studio – Lumbre in neighbouring Argentina.

http://www.anmtvla.com/2017/12/chile-bloque-infantil-de-cartoon.html

http://www.chilevision.cl/

Cartoon Network European Free To Air Viewing Success

Cartoon Network European Free To Air Viewing Success

Cartoon Network European Free To Air Viewing Success

Cartoon Network Studios’ The Powerpuff Girls and Ben 10 and Cartoon Network Europe’s The Amazing World of Gumball have been a viewing rating successes for free-to-air children’s channels in countries across the European continent. The Powerpuff Girls has had a successful start in Italy on Boing, a free-to-air digital terrestrial channel operated by a joint-venture by Mediaset and Turner, within its first month of airing on the channel, the show was in third place among children and second place among girls.

On French children’s channel – Gulli, The Powerpuff Girls manage to achieve an 19.1% audience share, up from a 17.1% channel average. The Powerpuff Girls and The Amazing World of Gumball has helped Gulli into first place among housewives with kids on Sunday 11th June and is consistently the top channel for kids aged between four and ten years old. On PULS 2 in Poland, the show was ranked in second place among young girls during its launch month and was beating channel averages among children and girls.

In the UK, on free-to-air children’s channel CITV (with a simulcast on the UK’s largest commercial broadcaster – ITV) the new Ben 10 series has reached 1.2 million viewers and 9% of Boys aged 4 to 9 years old. Ben 10 also achieved an 18.7% audience share on Gulli in France and was ranked the #2 Kids broadcast on Boing in Italy on its premiere day. Since the rollout of the new Ben 10 series on Cartoon Network feeds across the EMEA area in October 2016, Ben 10 has reached 50% of Boys in South Africa, Romania, Spain and Portugal, and more than 1 in 3 Boys in Hungary, Poland and Sweden.

On the free-to-air kids channel – DR Ultra in Denmark, The Amazing World of Gumball beaten the channel’s average viewing share by 56% during the first quarter of 2017 it’s also the channel’s most popular show. Adventure Time outperformed the channel’s average by 14% among children. On Gulli in France, The Amazing World of Gumball is ranked in fourth place among kids aged between 4 and 14 years old with Adventure Time achieving a 19% audience share.

From The Turner EMEA Press Release: Cartoon Network Franchises Over-Perform On Free-To-Air Across Europe

Turner’s Cartoon Network has been enjoying a raft of strong free-to-air performances from key franchises across Europe it announced today, as the company continues to secure new broadcast and licensing partners across the region.

The brand-new series of The Powerpuff Girls, which made its global return to Cartoon Network in April 2016, has since reached millions of new viewers and beaten average audience figures on a number of its new free-to-air homes, including: CITV (and ITV simulcast) in the UK, where it became the #1 commercial show for girls 4-9 when it launched in Q4 2016 and has since reached over two million viewers and 13% of Kids 4-9; Gulli in France where it won a 19% audience share, an increase on the channel’s average audience share of 17.1%; and PULS 2 in Poland, performing above channel average among Kids (+13%) and Younger Kids (+38%), and ranking the #2 show among Young Girls in its launch month. Added to this, the series also enjoyed a strong six-week launch on Turner and Mediaset’s joint venture free-to-air channel Boing in Italy, ranking #3 with Kids and #2 with Girls.

Together with The Amazing World of Gumball and French-Canadian animated series Totally Spies, The Powerpuff Girls also allowed Gulli to rank #1 among Housewives with Kids on Sunday 11th June and consistently the #1 channel for Kids 4-10* – a double record for Gulli among both Mums and Kids!

Meanwhile, the all-new series of the worldwide phenomenon Ben 10 has also been delivering strong audience figures across the region. On CITV (and ITV simulcast) it has reached 1.2m viewers and 9% of Boys 4-9, achieved an 18.7% audience share on Gulli and ranked the #2 Kids broadcast on Boing in Italy on its premiere day. Since it began rolling out on Cartoon Network across EMEA in October 2016, Ben 10 has reached 50% of Boys in South Africa, Romania, Spain and Portugal, and more than 1 in 3 Boys in Hungary, Poland and Sweden.

Humphrey Black, VP, Media Distribution, Turner EMEA said: “These results really demonstrate the enduring power of strong kids’ brands – and, in a world where entertainment choices are increasing almost by the day, the appeal of those trusted and loved brands is proving vital to cut-through. It’s on this basis that we continue to develop and invest in these tried and tested IP, delivering new content across a range of platforms that build on the already strong awareness and affinity, and make them an ever-attractive proposition for broadcast partners.”

Johanne Broadfield, VP, Cartoon Network Enterprises added: “The early success of PPG and Ben 10 is a great indication of engagement – kids are choosing to tune in and watch our shows despite all the other great content out there. The product launches for lined up for this autumn and 2018 will offer kids new ways to interact with the brands they love, and we look forward to revealing more details of these, as well as new licensing partnerships in the coming months.”

Cartoon Network’s longer-running franchises, The Amazing World of Gumball and Adventure Time continue to achieve in free-to-air too. Among other successes, Q1 2017 saw Gumball deliver +56% on Danish FTA channel DR Ultra’s average Kid audience, ranking the channel’s #1 show, whilst Adventure Time outperformed the channel average by +14% among Young Kids. Both shows have also been key contributors on Gulli, with Gumball ranking #4 among Kids 4-14 and Adventure Time delivering a 19% audience share.

Cartoon Network recently announced that it had greenlit a second season of its all-new Ben 10 series, as well as a live-action gameshow, entitled Ben 10 Challenge, which is currently in production in Madrid, in eight languages (Arabic, English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Spanish and Turkish).

* Share achieved by PPG among HWS+K is double that of Totally Spies (12.4% vs. 6%). This is also true of Gumball whose share ranges between 13.5% and 17.1%.

https://www.turner.com/pressroom/cartoon-network-franchises-over-perform-free-air-across-europe