Cartoon Network Asia Pacific Celebrates 20 Years Of The Powerpuff Girls With #Empowerpuff Campaign

Cartoon Network Asia Pacific Celebrates 20 Years Of The Powerpuff Girls With #Empowerpuff Campaign

Cartoon Network Asia Pacific Celebrates 20 Years Of The Powerpuff Girls With #Empowerpuff Campaign

Yesterday (Friday 9th March) was International Women’s Day and Cartoon Network officially celebrated the birthday of The Powerpuff Girls in Asia with its #Empowerpuff campaign. The campaign is a movement that embraces empowerment and puts young girls and women who are Asia’s game changers into the spotlight.

It’s been over 20 years (as a full series) since superhero trio first used their special powers to save the world before bedtime, time literally flies as fast as the Powerpuff Girls themselves. Over the next few months Cartoon Network will share a series of short-form content on its social and digital platforms featuring female trailblazers who are making a name for themselves. The series will include Singapore’s crochet artist @kllylmrck (Kelly Limerick) and Instagram baker @Susanne.Decochiffon, in addition to other influencers in the Philippines. Each woman taking part in the #Empowerpuff campaign will share their life-stories and will partner up with Cartoon Network to create bespoke experiences, content and products.

For the campaign, Cartoon Network has already released a new Powerpuff Girls themed music video, featuring the work of five young female animators from different parts of the world including Delfina Perez Adan from Argentina; Dahee Jeong from South Korea; Xiya Lan from China; Réka Bucsi from Hungary and from the United States – Jasmin Lai and Marlène Beaube.

The campaign also includes the launch of the Empowerpuff Internship, which aims to attract writers, video editors, illustrators and graphic designers to create original content for social media channels.

More info about the #Empowerpuff Internship on the link below:

https://www.regularcapital.com/2018/11/cartoon-network-usa-celebrates-20th-years-of-the-powerpuff-girls/

The Powerpuff Girls has expanded beyond a cartoon and has attracted the attention of some of the biggest fashion designers and brands on the planet, especially with collaborations with of Peter Alexander, Supre, Katie Eary, Lingua Franca, LEGO and Havaianas. Recently, licensing deals were also made with Champion and womenswear designer Christian Cowan – who debuted his Powerpuff Girls collection in Los Angeles yesterday.

For latest updates on The Powerpuff Girls’ 20th anniversary follow Cartoon Network Asia on Facebook or visit the Cartoon Network website. Cartoon Network is available on all major TV platforms and through the Cartoon Network Watch and Play app.

Website: https://www.cartoonnetworkasia.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CartoonNetworkAsia

From The Turner Asia Pacific Press Release: Don’t Call Me Princess! Cartoon Network Celebrates 20 Years Of The Powerpuff Girls With #Empowerpuff Campaign

Today (Friday 9th March), on International Women’s Day, Cartoon Network officially celebrates the birthday of The Powerpuff Girls in Asia with #Empowerpuff. The campaign is a movement that embraces empowerment and puts the spotlight on driven girls, young ladies and women who are Asia’s game changers.

Can you believe that it has been 20 years since super-cute/super-fierce trio first used their awesome powers to save the world before bedtime? Time flies as fast as these wide-eyed superheroes,
and now Cartoon Network is celebrating the ultimate girl-power ambassadors in ways that would make even Princess Morbucks happy.

Over the next few months, Cartoon Network will premiere a series of short-form content on its social and digital platforms featuring trailblazers making a name for themselves. The series will include the likes of Singapore-based crochet artist @kllylmrck (Kelly Limerick) and Instagram baking sensation @Susanne.Decochiffon (Susanne Ng), in addition to other influencers in the Philippines. Each woman will share their life-story and will partner with Cartoon Network to create bespoke experiences, content and products.

These local and regional efforts come under the larger initiative which includes a global content-creation partnership with five female artists to create seven seconds of animation of The Powerpuff
Girls in their own unique style (https://youtu.be/qGLHbew22aQ). The five included two from Asia: Dahee Jeong from South Korea and Xiya Lan from China.

The campaign also featured the launch of the Empowerpuff Internship, created to attract an array of writers, video editors, illustrators and graphic designers to curate and create original content for social media channels.

The Powerpuff Girls, which has won two Emmys, first burst on to Cartoon Network in 1998 and has captured audience’s hearts ever since. From the biggest names in fashion and apparel, this trio continues to showcase its reach through collaborations with the likes of Peter Alexander, Supre, Katie Eary, Lingua Franca, LEGO and Havaianas. Most recently, deals were struck with Champion and cutting-edge womenswear designer Christian Cowan – which debuts in Los Angeles later today.

For latest updates on The Powerpuff Girls’ 20th anniversary follow Cartoon Network Asia on Facebook or visit the Cartoon Network website. Cartoon Network is available on all major TV platforms and through the Cartoon Network Watch and Play app.

Press release in Microsoft Word (.docx) format:

https://www.regularcapital.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Cartoon-Network-Launches-Empowerpuff-Campaign-on-International-Womens-Day.docx

Cartoon Network USA March 2019 Highlights

Cartoon Network USA March 2019 Highlights

Cartoon Network USA March 2019 Highlights: International Woman’s Day Celebrations

Animation website and publication – Animation Magazine has published Cartoon Network USA’s highlights for March 2019. March is Girl Power Month on Cartoon Network with the premiere of the brand new show DC Super Hero Girls and also brand new episodes of The Powerpuff Girls premiering on Sundays at 4.30pm ET/PT from Sunday 17th March, also the very first Powerpuff Girl – Bliss will be returning in another new episode called “Lights Out” on Sunday 24th March. In “Lights Out”, a new gadget brings a little more power to Townsville than the superhero sisters anticipated.

DC Super Hero Girls will premiere on International Woman’s Day on Friday 8th March at 6pm ET/PT, starting off with the one-hour special “#SweetJustice” (DC Super Hero Girls episode titles follow a social media hashtag format). The new show features the superheroic teens – Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl, Bumblebee, Zatanna and the Green Lantern protecting the city of Metropolis while still having normal lives. On the day of the premiere and from 6am, Cartoon Network will be celebrating International Woman’s Day with an all-day marathon of new and classic episodes of Cartoon Network shows featuring strong female characters. CN will also be showcasing 60 episodes featuring the channel’s well known female cartoon characters onto the Cartoon Network app.

More information about DC Super Hero Girls on the link below:

https://www.regularcapital.com/2019/02/cartoon-network-usa-dc-super-hero-girls-animated-series-premieres-8th-march-with-an-one-hour-special/

CN’s International Woman’s Day event will also apply to CN’s international feeds who will be running similar events. In the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) region, fans will enjoy exclusive YouTube content featuring the best Powerpuff Girls moments. In Italy, The Powerpuff Girls are teaming up with cosmetics company – L’Oreal for “A Beautiful Day” – an annual mother-daughter day at the L’Oreal Academy in Rome on Saturday 9th March. In the APAC (Asia Pacific) region on International Woman’s Day, CN will be launching their local version of the Empowerpuff campaign, a campaign that casts a spotlight on trailblazing individuals, plus an all-day marathon of The Powerpuff Girls. CN Latin America will also be airing an all-day The Powerpuff Girls marathon on the 8th March.

In the United States, fashion designer Christian Cowan will be launching his Powerpuff Girls clothing collection on 8th March in Los Angeles. The special collaboration will help raise funds for non-profit – She’s The First. The non-profit organisation helps young woman through the use of education, mentorship and leadership. More information about The Powerpuff Girls and Christian Cowan collaboration on the link below:

https://www.regularcapital.com/2019/02/cartoon-network-usa-teams-up-with-christian-cowan-for-a-powerpuff-girls-fashion-collection/

Also in March on Cartoon Network USA are new episodes of Craig of the Creek, Teen Titans Go! and We Bare Bears every Monday at 5pm, 6pm and 7pm ET/PT respectively. New episodes of Total DramaRama will air on Saturdays at 9am ET/PT. New episodes of Ben 10 will also air on Saturdays at 12pm ET/PT. New episodes of Bakugan: Battle Planet airs on Saturdays at 7am ET/PT. New episodes of Mega Man: Fully Charged air every Sunday at 6.30am ET/PT, also between Monday 11th to Friday 15th March, new episodes will air at 12.30pm ET/PT.

Victor and Valentino will make its debut on the penultimate day of March (Saturday 30th March) with four episodes airing from 9.30am ET/PT. More information about Victor and Valentino on the following link:

https://www.regularcapital.com/2019/02/victor-and-valentino-premieres-on-30th-march-on-cartoon-network-usa-and-cartoon-network-latin-america/

Cartoon Network March 2019 Programming Highlights According To Animation Magazine:

DC Super Hero Girls

Friday, March 8 at 6pm (ET/PT) “#SweetJustice”
When six ordinary girls meet and discover that they each have extraordinary powers, they decide to join forces to take on one of Metropolis’s most sinister villains.

Sunday, March 17 at 4pm (ET/PT) “#AdventuresInBunnysitting”
Zee asks Kara to look after her two magical bunnies, which quickly start to multiply, wreaking havoc all across Metropolis.

Sunday, March 24 at 4pm (ET/PT) “#HateTriangle”
When Hal’s ex-girlfriend shows up at the Metropolis High homecoming game and goes love-ballistic as the villain Star Sapphire, Jessica begins to second-guess her own nonviolent tactics.

Sunday, March 31 at 4pm (ET/PT) “#BurritoBucket”
Babs loves her job at a fast food restaurant, but her boss would love any excuse to fire her. When a bank robbery breaks out across the street from work, Babs is torn between her role as a superhero and dutiful Burrito Bucket employee.

The Powerpuff Girls

Sunday, March 17 at 4.30pm (ET/PT) “Oh, Daisy!”
Buttercup is not a fan of Bubbles’ newly created digital assistant.

“Brain Freeze”
When a mysterious new ice cream flavor takes Townsville by storm, the girls suspect there might be foul play.

Sunday, March 24 at 4.30pm (ET/PT) “Lights Out!”
When Bliss brings a new tech product to town, it’s more powerful than imagined.

“Bucketboy!”
When the girls tell Barry he’s a hero, he takes it too far.

Sunday, March 31 at 4.30pm (ET/PT) “The Fog”

A new villain arrives in Townsville and gives the old villains an enticing offer.

“The Spoon”

A crash landing sends Townsville over the edge.

Craig of the Creek

Monday, March 4 at 5pm (ET/PT) “The Mystery of the Timekeeper”
When the Time Keeper goes missing, Craig and his friends take up the task of helping kids get home in time for dinner.

Monday, March 11 at 5pm (ET/PT) “Alone Quest”
Craig has an “emergency” leaving Kelsey alone at the Stump.

Monday, March 18 at 5pm (ET/PT) “Memories of Bobby”
When a pillar of the Creek community leaves, our trio mourns their loss by remembering the good times.

“Jacob of the Creek”
A terrible haircut forces Craig to go undercover at the Creek.

Monday, March 25 at 5pm (ET/PT) “Return of the Honeysuckle Badgers”
Craig discovers that the Honeysuckle Rangers have snuck into his side of the Creek to steal his most prized possession.

“Fort Williams”
When Craig can’t go to the Creek, he and his mom decide to build the biggest blanket fort in the world!

Teen Titans Go!

Monday, March 4 at 6pm (ET/PT) “I Used To Be A Peoples”
Robin feels the other Titans are spending too much time together so he encourages them to spend some time alone.

Monday, March 11 at 6pm (ET/PT) “The Metric System vs. Freedom”
Robin teaches the other Titans about the difference between the Imperial System and the Metric System.

Monday, March 18 at 6pm (ET/PT) “The Chaff”
In an effort to get Teen Titan Go! canceled, Control Freak shows off some deleted scenes.

Monday, March 25 at 6pm (ET/PT) “Them Soviet Boys”
In order to quickly get through their chores and karate lessons, the Titans learn how to montage.

We Bare Bears

Monday, March 4 at 7pm (ET/PT) “Bubble”
Panda becomes a germophobe and decides to live the rest of his life in a bubble.

Monday, March 11 at 7pm (ET/PT) “Baby Orphan Ninja Bears”
The Baby Bears venture into the sewers and meet a ninja-like martial arts master.

Monday, March 18 at 7pm (ET/PT) “Fire!”
Grizz’s quick thinking prevents a potential wildfire, but the praise he receives from doing so quickly goes to his head.

Monday, March 25 at 7pm (ET/PT) “Snake Babies”
Charlie adopts baby snakes despite the Bears thinking he’s not ready for parenthood.

Total DramaRama

Saturday, March 2 at 9am (ET/PT) “Snow Way Out”
Owen wants everyone to love his new snowsuit and envy him, but it’s just not working out that way.

Saturday, March 9 at 9am (ET/PT) “Stay Goth, Poodle Girl”
Gwen accidentally brings a pink stuffed pony she loves to daycare and spends the day denying it’s hers.

Saturday, March 16 at 9am (ET/PT) “Gum and Gummer”
Beth gets her gum stuck in Leshawna’s hair and has to get it out – without Leshawna finding out it’s there.

Saturday, March 23 at 9am (ET/PT) “Invasion of the Booger Snatchers”
Harold believes that the picture day photographer is somehow turning the kids into well behaved zombies.

Saturday, March 30 at 9am (ET/PT) “Wristy Business”
Beth and Leshawna try to one-up each other with fake injuries as they compete for the attention and sympathy of the other kids at daycare.

“Melter Skelter”
When Chef tells Beth he won’t buy the new super amazing toy she wants because they already have plenty to play with, she goes on a mission to get rid of their toys.

Victor and Valentino

Saturday, March 30 at 9.30am (ET/PT) “Folk Art Foes”
When Vic accidentally unleashes the lord of mischief from an ancient relic, Victor and Valentino have to work together to trap it back inside.

“Dead Ringer”
When Vic doesn’t pick Val for his soccer team, Val vows to win with his own squad. But when his team doesn’t match up, he resorts to supernatural means to win.

“Brotherly Love”
After breaking Chata’s plant, Vic and Val must accomplish the seemingly easy task of replacing it; this proves difficult when their squabbling puts Monte Macabre in jeopardy.

“Chata’s Quinta Quinceañera”
Vic and Val want to go to a friend’s pool party on the same day as their grandma’s quinceañera, so they use a magical flute that allows them to teleport and attend both at the same time.

Ben 10

Saturday, March 2 at 12pm (ET/PT) “Rath of Con”
Ben can’t get into a cat cosplay competition, Top Tail, without a costume of his own; but when he goes Rath, a new cat-like alien with an attitude, Ben’s newfound wild side quickly becomes much more than he bargained for.

“Poles Apart”
A trip to the South Pole goes upside down when Team Tennyson lands on the North Pole instead, but Ben quickly discovers the culprits, magnetically-powered scientists who want to hold the world ransom by reversing the Earth’s poles!

Saturday, March 9 at 12pm (ET/PT) “Show Don’t Tell”
Ben, Gwen, and Grandpa Max arrive at a Native American national park to witness an ancient Stonehenge-like rock formation. But when the sorcerer Hex arrives, Ben must battle against a beast Hex magically made out of huge rocks!

“Welcome to Zombozo-Zone!”
During medieval times, Team Tennyson must fight to remember that they’re not in the past at all, but actually at a Renaissance-esque faire, where “King Zombozo” has hypnotized its guests into thinking they live in the past!

Saturday, March 16 at 12pm (ET/PT) “Bridge Out”
After an overpass collapses on the highway, Team Tennyson is in a traffic jam along with Simon Sez and family. But when Ben and Simon team up to tackle the gridlock together, Simon only makes matters much, much worse.

“Beach Heads”
After traveling to Tampa Beach, Florida, Team Tennyson hopes to get some much-needed rest & relaxation, but the tempests without a temper, the Weatherheads, have other plans that Ben must thwart: to build a new beach base!

Saturday, March 23 at 12pm (ET/PT) “Charm School’s Out”
During a family cookout at a forest campsite, Charmcaster users her magic to switch places with Gwen, but when Ben catches “Charmcaster” sneaking about, he attacks, unaware it’s actually his cursed cousin!

“Billy Bajillions”
In Aspen, Colorado, Ben, Gwen, and Grandpa Max are on a hike to find the Forgeti, but when they realize they’ve stumbled upon Billy Billions own “Winter in July” ski resort, Ben must battle Billy, with an assist from the Forgeti itself.

Bakugan: Battle Planet

Saturday, March 2 at 7am (ET/PT) “All Jungled Up/Outer Demons”
AO experience mind altering effects of the nearby Core Cell and come face to face with the Bakuzon monster Tiko. Then, the AO find the doorway out of Vestroia only to learn they have entered a mirror world of their own imagining.

Saturday, March 9 at 7am (ET/PT) “Matter of the Mind/Core Cell”
Drago leads the Bakugan against the threat of Tiko to protect a powerful energy source.. Then, AO defend the Core Cell from an attack by Tiko and in a last ditch effort to save it Dan manages to evolve Drago into his L2 form.

Saturday, March 16 at 7am (ET/PT) “Subterranean Homesick Blues/Honey Struck”
AO return home to learn that no time has passed but they soon discover their knowledge of brawling has gotten years advanced. Then, after Strata is sent packing the AO discover that they have picked up a hitchhiker a Panda-like Bakugan.

Saturday, March 23 at 7am (ET/PT) “Shun Shine/Ronin Son”
AO want to evolve their Bakugan like Dan did with Drago but only Shun finds a way by tapping into the energy of the Mind Core Cell. Then, Shun’s cousin claims Hydorous as his intellectual property the AO must battle to keep their friend.

Saturday, March 30 at 7am (ET/PT) “Framing Device/Bad Actors”
Confronted by China, Riot Lia learns to evolve Pegatrix after realizing the true meaning behind her filming obsession. Then, Dan tries to lie about evolving Drago and gets exposed while the team face off against Duran Dane and his Bakugan.

Mega Man: Fully Charged

Sunday, March 3 at 6.30am (ET/PT) “All Good in the Wood”
When Suna and Ashley’s science project turns into a hungry blob monster, Mega Man must team up with Wood Man to shut down the experiment gone wrong before it devours the city!

Sunday, March 10 at 6.30am (ET/PT) “Fire Man in the Wood”
While hiking on a dormant volcano, Aki sets out to retrieve Ashley’s lost camera and, as Mega Man, to stop Fire Man from setting off an eruption!

Monday, March 11 at 12.30pm (ET/PT) “A Split End”
After replicating Cut Man’s powers, Mega Man goes on a perfectionist spree, putting him on a collision course with Cut Man himself, whose latest stint as a hairdresser hasn’t helped him overcome his own compulsions.

Tuesday, March 12 at 12.30pm (ET/PT) “All Play and No Work”
Mega Man must resist the influence of a prankster bot named Chaotique, whose devil may care ideology appeals to the overworked superhero, until his friends pay the price for his dalliances.

Wednesday, March 13 at 12.30pm (ET/PT) “More More More!”
In order to out-muscle Guts Man, Mega Man copies the big bot’s schematics, and his insatiable appetite!

Thursday, March 14 at 12.30pm (ET/PT) “Blast Resort”
Mega Man must assist Blasto Woman in a heist to stop a powerful EMP emitter from falling into the wrong hands.

Friday, March 15 at 12.30pm (ET/PT) “Too Much Is Never Enough”
Envious of Namagem’s ability to wield more than three powers at a time, Mega Man tries taking all of his replicated schematics on board, with grave side effects.

Sunday, March 24 at 6.30am (ET/PT) “The Bluster Bunch”
A trail of tornadic destruction leads Mega Man, Suna, and Rush through a series of encounters with Air Man’s quirky siblings.

Sunday, March 31 at 6.30am (ET/PT) “It’s Chemistry, Man”
Chemistry Man lays siege to Silicon Central when he discovers that his replacement, Miss CHO, has been presented with a teaching award.

http://www.animationmagazine.net/tv/cartoon-network-revs-up-the-girl-power-in-march/

Cartoon Network USA Celebrates 20 Years Of The Powerpuff Girls

Cartoon Network USA Celebrates 20 Years Of The Powerpuff Girls

Cartoon Network USA Celebrates 20 Years Of The Powerpuff Girls

The Powerpuff Girls, one of Cartoon Network’s most successful and iconic animated shows will turn twenty years old this Sunday (18th September). On 18th November 1998, The Powerpuff Girls premiered for the first time as a full-production animated series on Cartoon Network USA, since then it has aired in all four corners of the globe. The animated series followed the daily lives of three unlikely superheroes, three young girls named Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup, it’s their duty to save Townsville and the world from destruction before bedtime while still trying to balance a normal childhood. Also not forgetting Bliss, the fourth Powerpuff Girl that sometimes make an appearance in the show. The series was so successful and made such an impact that Cartoon Network decided to revive the animated series, with the show’s current incarnation premiering in 2016.

Cartoon Network EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) already made an announcement for the show’s 20th anniversary back in January (which mentioned new episodes and merchandise), but as it’s The Powerpuff Girls 20th anniversary this week, Cartoon Network USA has announced plans for the show’s birthday.

https://www.regularcapital.com/2018/01/cartoon-network-celebrates-20th-anniversary-of-the-powerpuff-girls-animated-series/

This week, Cartoon Network has started off the celebrations with a year-long “Empowerpuff” internship programme, Empowerpuff is a portmanteau of “empower” and “Powerpuff”. CN’s Empowerpuff programme are looking for people over the age of 18 to become official ambassadors for The Powerpuff Girls brand which will involve creating content for CN’s social media accounts and contributing to production and marketing efforts. CN are looking for people who are excited to create and share the positively powerful messages of sisterhood and empowerment and are able to work six to twelve hours a week for 12 months.

For more information and to apply for the Empowerpuff programme, please follow the links below:

http://empowerpuffinternship.com/

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/empowerpuff-internship-program-at-turner-%28turner-broadcasting-system%2C-inc%29-960484475/

For the 20th anniversary and also for the Empowerpuff Programme, Cartoon Network has teamed up with knitwear company – Lingua Franca for an “Empowerpuff” made-to-order sweater, all proceed will go to New York’s Lower Eastside Girls Club, an organisation that helps young girls that are affected by poverty to build a successful and healthy future.

https://girlsclub.org/

Also today, Cartoon Network has released a new Powerpuff Girls themed music video, featuring the work of five young female animators from different parts of the world including Delfina Perez Adan from Argentina; Dahee Jeong from South Korea; Xiya Lan from China; Réka Bucsi from Hungary and from the United States – Jasmin Lai and Marlène Beaube. The new music video has been released on social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. The music video will be split into seven second spots.

Furthermore, Cartoon Network USA will livestream episodes of The Powerpuff Girls on their website (https://www.cartoonnetwork.com) for 72 hours (three days straight) starting from this Friday (16th November).

Cartoon Network USA has also uploaded a timelapse video showcasing the different kinds of Powerpuff Girls merchandise now available, the merchandise in the video has been positioned to form Buttercup’s head.

http://kidscreen.com/2018/11/12/cn-launches-the-empowerpuff-program/

http://brief.promaxbda.org/article/cartoon-network-powerpuff-girls-20-anniversary

https://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/cartoon-celebrating-20th-year-of-powerpuff-girls