Cartoon Network Central Eastern Europe And Boomerang Central Eastern Europe February 2018 Highlights

Cartoon Network Central Eastern Europe And Boomerang Central Eastern Europe February 2018 Highlights

Cartoon Network Central Eastern Europe And Boomerang Central Eastern Europe February 2018 Highlights: All Times CET

Cartoon Network Central Eastern Europe February 2018 Highlights

New Episodes

Ben 10

New episodes from season two, new episodes air from Monday 19th February, airs Mondays to Fridays at 1.55pm, new episodes end Friday 2nd March.

Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs: The Series

New episodes air from season one, airs from Monday 26th February, airs Mondays to Fridays at 6.10pm, new episodes end Wednesday 14th March.

Mighty Magiswords

New episodes from season one, airs from Monday 22nd January (ongoing), airs Mondays to Fridays at 4.35pm, new episodes end Monday 5th February. Half-hour special on Monday 22nd January.

Yo-kai Watch

New episodes from season two, airs from Saturday 6th January (ongoing), airs Saturdays and Sundays at 1.40pm, new episodes end Sunday 11th February.

We Bare Bears Programming Stunt: Ice Bear Loves You

Cartoon Network celebrates International Polar Bear Day on 27th February with the best moments with the best moments of your favourite polar bear – Ice Bear, in the great We Bare Bears marathon.

Marathon starts Monday 5th February, airs Monday to Friday at 3.15pm and ends Friday 23rd February.

The Amazing World Of Gumball Programming Stunt: The Amazing Tour Of Elmore

So you’ve decided to visit Elmore. What a marvellous decision. Take a stroll round Elmore Junior High, marvel at the mall, or brave the dangers of the Forest of Doom. After all, it’s your tour. Just be back on the bus before it gets dark ok. Why? Oh, no reason…

Airs from Saturday 20th January (ongoing), airs Saturdays from 9am, ends Saturday 24th March.

Cartoon Network Cinema

Movies air on Saturdays at 4pm, repeated on Sundays at 9am.

3rd February: Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King
10th February: Regular Show: The Movie
17th February: Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare
24th February: Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring

Boomerang Central Eastern Europe February 2018 Highlights

New Episodes

The Tom and Jerry Show

New episodes from season three, airs from Monday 12th February, airs Mondays to Fridays at 5.50pm, new episodes ends Tuesday 13th March.

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

New episodes from season one, airs from Monday 5th February, airs Mondays to Fridays at 7.10pm, new episodes end Thursday 22nd February.

Inspector Gadget

New episodes from season two, airs from Monday 19th February, airs Mondays to Fridays at 3.05pm, new episodes end Wednesday 28th March.

Looney Tunes Party Weekends

Every weekend, Cartoon Network Central Eastern Europe will air a huge marathon with episodes of New Looney Tunes.

Airs from Saturday 10th February, airs Saturdays and Sundays at 10am to 3.50pm, marathons ends Sunday 25th February.

Programming Stunt: Boomerang’s Best Friends

Boomerang celebrates the International Hugging Day which occurs on 21st January. There’s nothing more reassuring than a comforting cuddle; Hugging Day encourages you to embrace hugging, and to give those you care about a comforting squeeze. Lovely! Special block with Dorothy, Pat the Dog, Mr Bean, Miss Moon and Be Cool, Scooby Doo.

Airs from Saturday 6th January, airs Mondays to Sundays at 3.30pm, ends Friday 2nd February (ongoing).

Programming Stunt: Detectives In Action

Watch Boomerang’s popular detectives in action. There is no mystery they can’t solve! Every Saturday we air What’s New Scooby-Doo and Inspector Gadget in a branded block.

Airs Saturday 3rd February from 11am to 12.20pm.

Programming Stunt: Wake Up With Boomerang

Includes a variety of Boomerang’s most popular shows.

Airs Mondays to Fridays from 6am to 9.20am.

Boomerang Cinema

Recurring cinema block featuring films and specials. Showing this month:

Friday 2nd February: Aloha, Scooby-Doo!
Saturday 3rd February: The Garfield Show: Mean Machine

Airs on Fridays at 8.20pm, Friday’s movie is repeated on Sundays at 2.30pm.
Airs on Saturdays at 2.30pm, Saturday’s movie is repeated on Sundays at 11am.

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Boomerang HD Feed To Launch In Poland In 2018

Boomerang HD Feed To Launch In Poland In 2018

Boomerang HD Feed To Launch In Poland In 2018

Today (10/10/2017), Turner’s Poland division has announced that a HD feed of Boomerang will launch in the country in 2018. At present, Poland receives the Central and Eastern Europe version of Boomerang, it’s not known if this will change or the HD feed will broadcast in other countries within the same region. Boomerang is home to family-friendly animation targeting children aged between four and seven years old. Boomerang is also a home for classic animation and contemporary animation from both Warner Bros. and Hanna-Barbera libraries, including New Looney Tunes and Be Cool and Scooby-Doo. Boomerang is also a place for animation acquired from independent studios including The Garfield Show, Grizzy and the Lemmings and Oddbods.

On Monday 16th October, Boomerang Central Eastern Europe will premiere Warner Bros. Animation’s Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz. Also in November, Boomerang CEE will premiere a remake of a Hanna-Barbera classic – Wacky Races.

Meanwhile, a HD version of Cartoon Network Central Eastern Europe is also planned to launch sometime this month, the HD feed will first launch in the Czech Republic.

http://satinfo24.pl/boomerang-hd-polsce/

Interview Summary With Cartoon Network CEE Manager Matthias Heinze And Turner Marketing Manager Mira Ryness

Interview Summary With Cartoon Network CEE Manager Matthias Heinze And Turner Marketing Manager Mira Ryness

Interview Summary With Cartoon Network CEE Manager Matthias Heinze And Turner Marketing Manager Mira Ryness

Today (29/09/2017), Czech media news website rozhlas.cz has published an interview with Matthias Heinze, the general manager of Turner Central Eastern Europe and Benelux and with Mira Ryness, marketing and PR manager at Turner EMEA, in the interview both Matthias and Mira were asked a series of questions about the future of Cartoon Network and its animated shows. Cartoon Network fully launched in the Czech Republic this month, and the channel has started airing its animated shows in the Czech language.

Summary of the interview:

Matthias Heinze explains that the Czech language launch on Cartoon Network only happened due to the recent development of the Czech pay-TV market, neighbouring countries such as Poland have a high percentage of households with subscription television, hence why Cartoon Network has been available in the Polish language for several years. Mira also mentioned that Czech children are already familiar with the channel’s content which airs on other pay-TV and free-to-air channels in the country.

Matthias explained that Cartoon Network’s original programming (from Cartoon Network Studios etc.) forms a main part of the network’s “pillar” and is the main reason why kids want to watch the channel, along with the company’s emphasis on multi-platform digital services also allows the channel to stand out from its competitors. Matthias also said that Cartoon Network is interested in working with animators in the Czech Republic to work on projects, however nothing specific is planned at the moment, in other markets, the channel already has experience producing local content.

Mira said that Cartoon Network will be celebrating its 25th anniversary in different ways in different markets, such as the exhibition at the Paley Center in New York, she also mentioned that celebrations will last a whole year and not just a month. Matthias mentioned that there isn’t any plans for any more reboots (at least for the time being), he also mentioned that Wacky Races will air on Boomerang Central Eastern Europe later this year and new episodes of New Looney Tunes are already airing. He also said that rebooting Ben 10 and The Powerpuff Girls made a lot of sense as both shows were highly popular during their original run, the reboots have been modernised to make them relevant for the new generation of kids, however new content is important too. Mira also mentioned that a lot of care must be taken when rebooting a show, the new show must be true to the original source material.

Matthias also talked about future plans for Boomerang, at the moment, Boomerang will only be distributed in English in the Czech Republic, he explains that Boomerang has a lot of shows (Tom and Jerry or Grizzy and the Lemmings are good examples) that have little to no dialogue and simple words. Also mentioned in the interview, the Czech Republic will have an local advertising opt-out starting from next year and Turner is currently negotiating with local pay-TV providers to distribute the new HD feed which is planned to launch in a few weeks time.

http://www.rozhlas.cz/digital/televize/_zprava/matthias-heinze-turner-broadcasting-na-cartoon-network-uvazujeme-i-o-lokalni-tvorbe–1757958