Cartoon Network France Is Number One Pay-TV Channel For Boys Aged 4 To 14

Cartoon Network France Is Number One Pay-TV Channel For Boys Aged 4 To 14

Cartoon Network France Is Number One Pay-TV Channel For Boys Aged 4 To 14

Today (10th July), Turner France has released its television viewing ratings for the first half of 2018 based on statistics from French audience measurement company – Médiamétrie. According to the statistics, Cartoon Network France is the most watched children’s pay-TV channel for boys aged between 4 to 14 in the country. Cartoon Network’s sister channel – Boomerang is the second most watched pay-TV children’s channel for children aged between 4 and 10 years old but also for the more widespread 4 to 14 years old demographic.

As a whole, Turner’s children’s channels (Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Boing) are the second most watched pay-TV channels in France for children aged between 4 and 10 years old but also for the more widespread 4 to 14 years old demographic, but is also number one among boys aged between 4 to 14 years old. Overall, Turner’s audience for its kids channels have grown by 4.5% over the past year and bring in 5.4 million viewers every month.

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Cartoon Network At Cannes Lions Festival 2018

Cartoon Network At Cannes Lions Festival 2018

Cartoon Network At Cannes Lions Festival 2018

Last month (18th to 22nd June), was the 2018 edition of the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity in Cannes, France, the event, first held in 1954 is referred to as “The Oscars of Advertising” and is the world’s biggest festival celebrating the use of creativity in marketing, entertainment, design and technology. Cannes is one of the world’s main locations for the media industry, especially for the whole of Europe, with major events such as the annual Cannes Film Festival, MIPCOM, MIPTV and MIPJunior. Cartoon Network’s owners – Turner were at the festival and had a main stage session at the Palais des Festivals convention centre with content sessions being held at CNN’s Palais Beach location and the Turner House building on the Croisette (the main beachside boulevard in Cannes).

Cartoon Network held two events at Cannes Lions – “Self-Esteem for a New Generation with Cartoon Network” and “Content or Discontent? Progressive Programming – The Key to Unstereotype The Future”.

“Self-Esteem for a New Generation with Cartoon Network” was an event organised in conjunction with Unilever, the owner of personal care brand – Dove. Dove and Cartoon Network signed a worldwide two-year deal to educate young people on body confidence with the use of one of Cartoon Network’s cult hit animated properties – Steven Universe, all six animated shorts produced for the initiative are directed by Steven Universe creator – Rebecca Sugar. Panelists at the event included: Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar, Jill King (Senior Vice President, Marketing and Partnerships at Cartoon Network), Sophie Galvani (Global Vice President, Unilever), Dr. Phillipa Diedrichs (Professor of Psychology at the University of the South of England), and Moj Mahdara (CEO of Bodycon Media). The session was moderated by Sheena Adams (Deputy Editor of Destiny Magazine). The Crystal Gems – Pearl, Garnet and Amethyst were at the event.

“Content or Discontent? Progressive Programming – The Key to Unstereotype The Future” was a panel session where Aline Santos (Global Marketing and Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Unilever) and Christina Miller (President of Cartoon Network) discussed the topic of unstereotyping featuring panelists including Storm Reid (Actress, ‘A Wrinkle In Time’), and Simon Fuller (Film/TV Producer, including “American Idol”).

Turner’s cinematic storytelling company – Great Big Story won a Silver Lion award in the “Film Online Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) / Corporate Image” category for a documentary produced for consumer goods company – Procter & Gamble.

A full list of Turner related Cannes Lions events can be accessed via the link below:

https://turnerwemakefans.com/newsroom/turner-at-cannes-lions/

https://www.turner.com/blog/turner-roars-2018-cannes-lions

http://www.turner.com/blog/turner-and-cnn-make-waves-cannes

Cyber Group Studios Hosts The Semi-Final Round Of The International Emmy Kids Awards For The Seventh Time

Cyber Group Studios Hosts The Semi-Final Round Of The International Emmy Kids Awards For The Seventh Time

Cyber Group Studios Hosts The Semi-Final Round Of The International Emmy Kids Awards For The Seventh Time

On Monday (25th June) this week, Cyber Group Studios, the animation studio behind the new season of Boomerang’s The Happos Family and Taffy, a brand new animated show coming soon to Boomerang, held the Semi-Final round of judging of the International Emmy® Kids Awards in two categories: Kids Preschool and Kids Animation.

The ceremony was hosted by Pierre Sissmann, the chairman and CEO of Cyber Group Studios) under the supervision of Emmy Judging Director – Nathaniel Brendel. The jury composed of more than twenty influential TV executives from various major broadcasters, including Turner (the owners of Cartoon Network and Boomerang). The jury had representatives from Turner’s France and Africa region and also from the London, UK based EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) team. Jury members include Head of Channels for France, Africa and Israel – Julien Borde, Patricia Hidalgo – Senior Vice President and Chief Content and Creative Officer for Kids EMEA and International Kids Strategy and also Cecilia Persson – Vice President of Programming and Content Strategy EMEA and Acquisitions and Co-Productions International.

The jury spent the entire day screening shows and judging. The programme with the highest score will be put through to the final round of judging. The winner will be announced at The International Emmy® Kids Awards during the MIPTV convention in Cannes, France in April 2019.

From The Cyber Group Studios Press Release: Cyber Group Studios Hosts For The Seventh Time The Semi-Final Round Of The International Emmy Kids Awards

On Monday June 25th, 2018, Cyber Group Studios held for the seventh time the Semi-Final round of judging of the International Emmy® Kids Awards in two categories: Kids Preschool and Kids
Animation.

The ceremony was hosted by Pierre Sissmann (Chairman & CEO of Cyber Group Studios) under the supervision of Nathaniel Brendel (Emmy Judging Director). The jury was composed of more than
twenty leading TV executives including some of the biggest television broadcasters around the world:

Coralie Pastor – RTBF (Belgium)
Telidja KlaÏ – VRT (Belgium)
Géraldine Soto – Canal + (France)
Patricia Adane – France Télévisions (France)
Tiphaine De Raguenel – France Télévisions (France)
Claire Heinrich – France Télévisions (France)
Lila Hannou – M6 (France)
Yann Labasque – TF1 (France)

Julien Borde – Turner Broadcasting System (France)
Patricia Vasapollo – HR (Germany)
Sebastian Debertin – KIKA (Germany)
Frank Dietz – Super RTL (Germany)
Brigitta Muehlenbeck – WDR (Germany)
Nicole Keeb – ZDF (Germany)
Arne Lohmann – ZDF Enterprises (Germany)
Brenda Maffuchi – De Agostini (Italy)
Andrea Basilio – RTP (Portugal)
Saskia Krijnen – RTS (Switzerland)

Henrietta Hurford-Jones – BBC Worldwide Ltd (United Kingdom)
Orion Ross – The Walt Disney Company (United Kingdom)
Theresa Plummer-Andrews – Plumtrees (United Kingdom)
Sarah Muller – Sony Pictures TV’s kids’ channels (United Kingdom & Italy)
Patricia Hidalgo – Turner Broadcasting System (United Kingdom)
Cecilia Persson – Turner Broadcasting System (United Kingdom)
Richard Goldsmith – Cyber Group Studios (USA)

The jurors devoted the entire day to the screening and judging process. Tabulations are done by the accounting firm Ernst & Young LLP. The program with the highest score will be proceeded to the Final round of judging. The winner will be announced at The International Emmy® Kids Awards during the Cannes Miptv in April 2019.

Pierre Sissmann, Chairman and CEO of Cyber Group Studios and Director of The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences says: “It was an honor on behalf of Cyber Group Studios, to welcome the International Emmy semi-final judging for the seventh time in Paris. And a real pleasure to spend a full day with so many highly qualified experts joining to review animated series
whose quality is always improving year after year, both from a storytelling and a production standpoint.”

About Cyber Group Studios:

Cyber Group Studios is a French independent, multi-award-winning company which develops, produces and distributes its own and third party audiovisual productions and brands. The company focuses on content with strong global appeal targeted particularly to kids and families, namely with 3D CGI and 2D HD-animated productions (TV series and movies). Its mission is to bring the best quality entertainment to audiences produced by top creative talent and to develop breakthrough technologies to enhance its productions. The company also aims to collaborate with other top creators and producers to help them bring their creations to market with outstanding content distributed and marketed through Cyber Group Studios’ worldwide operation. Visit us at http://www.cybergroupstudios.com and follow us on Instagram (@CyberGroupStudios), Twitter (@CyberGroupSDs) and Facebook (Cyber Group Studios).

About the International Emmy® Awards:

The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences recognizes excellence in television produced and aired outside of the United States. The International Emmy® Kids Awards, an event attended by major figures from the global Kids television community, will take place at Miptv in Cannes in April 2019. In late September, the Academy will send an invitation to jurors with the opportunity to purchase discounted tickets for the International Emmy® Awards Gala, which will be held on November 19 in New York City. The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is a non-profit organization.

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