Cartoon Network Latin America’s ¡Golpea duro Hara! To Premiere On YouTube Today 8th December

Cartoon Network Latin America's ¡Golpea duro Hara! To Premiere On YouTube Today 8th December

Cartoon Network Latin America’s ¡Golpea duro Hara! To Premiere On YouTube Today 8th December

The studio behind Cartoon Network Latin America’s new animated miniseries – ¡Golpea duro Hara! (in English – Hit Hard, Hara!) – Marmota Studio will be premiering their new show on their YouTube channel today at 7pm Chile/Argentina, 4pm Mexico (Mexico City) and 10pm GMT/London. ¡Golpea duro Hara! is the first animated Cartoon Network production to be produced by 100% Chilean animation talent. The new show is created by Matías Latorre and Javiera Siri.

The new animated series will have six chapters and follows the adventures of two friends – Hara and Tesu, after the death of Hara’s grandmother, both go a journey through the desert to defeat King Akiles. Hara is the show’s main character and in the show, she’s the only woman in the world. The 15-year-old is passionate, adventurous, impatient and half clumsy. Hara also loves to fight, but her uncontrollable anger attacks prevent her from performing the secret technique that will make her victorious: hard hits and blows, hence the name of the show. The show also draws inspiration from the popular action anime series – Dragon Ball Z and in the animation community, it is sometimes compared to OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes.

¡Golpea duro Hara! premiered during the Fan Chile 2018 Children’s Audiovisual Festival at the Hub Providencia de Manuel Montt in Santiago, Chile on 8th September, the screening was attended by Lucas Arechaga, Senior Programming Content Manager for Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Tooncast Latin America; María Graciela Severino (executive producer of the series); Bernardita Pastén (art director and co-founder of Marmota Studio); Matías Latorre, director of Marmota Studio and show co-creator and Javiera Siri (scriptwriter and show co-creator).

https://medium.com/plannueve/cartoon-network-presenta-golpea-duro-hara-7010d1036d

https://www.emol.com/noticias/Espectaculos/2018/09/14/920668/Cartoon-Network-llevara-hasta-sus-pantallas-Golpea-duro-Hara-la-serie-chilena-inspirada-en-Dragon-Ball-Z.html

Cartoon Network Germany December 2018 And January 2019 Highlights

Cartoon Network Germany December 2018 And January 2019 Highlights

Cartoon Network Germany December 2018 And January 2019 Highlights

Cartoon Network Germany December 2018 Highlights

New Show

Summer Camp Island

Premieres on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd December, five new episodes in a row will air from 11.50am.

New Episodes

OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes

New episodes from season one and season two from Monday 10th December, airs weekdays at 2.55pm.

Transformers: Cyberverse

New episodes air on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th December at 8.45pm.

Cartoon Network Germany January 2019 Highlights

New Episodes

Unikitty!

New episodes from season one and season two from Monday 21st January, airs Mondays and Fridays at 6pm.

Special Programming Event: Mojo Jojo vs The Powerpuff Girls

Airs from Monday 7th January, airs daily from 1.20pm.

Winter Marathons

Airs from Tuesday 1st to Sunday 6th January, airs daily at 9.55am.
In January, the Winter Marathon block will feature episodes of Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu.

Cartoon Network Kino (Cartoon Network Cinema)

Airs from Saturday 12th January, airs Saturdays from 9.55am.

Movies include LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Gotham City Breakout, Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Cosmic Clash and Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Attack of the Legion of Doom.

http://www.turner-medialounge.tv/sender-highlights/cartoon-network/

Cartoon Network Philippines’ Computer Programming Learning Initiative Code The Future Returns With Code The Future 2.0

Cartoon Network Philippines' Computer Programming Learning Initiative Code The Future Returns With Code The Future 2.0

Cartoon Network Philippines’ Computer Programming Learning Initiative Code The Future Returns With Code The Future 2.0

Cartoon Network Philippines’ computer programming learning initiative – Code The Future has returned for 2018/2019 after a successful launch in July 2017. The updated edition of initiative – Code The Future 2.0 will continue to educate children about the basic knowledge of computer coding and also to help improve their analytical, problem solving and creative skills.

The initiative is organised in partnership with SMILE Group – a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) education company based in the Philippines. With the use of Cartoon Network’s graphical content from animated shows such as OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes, The Powerpuff Girls, Adventure Time, and We Bare Bears, kids will have more fun when learning the basics of coding. Code The Future 2.0 will be aimed at kids aged between 8 and 10 years old and will be rolled out across ten schools in the Metro Manila area. Code The Future 2.0 uses the child friendly programming language – Scratch. Scratch is a globally recognised easy-to-learn programming language taught in schools all over the world.

In a statement regarding the continuing Code The Future initiative, Turner Philippines country manager – Jia Salindong-Du said: “Having fun in an immersive and interactive way is an effective tool in learning a new skill. Learning the basics of coding and computer programming is a skill that young Filipinos must learn in order to cope and meet the demands of the future. With the integration of Cartoon Network characters, we’re making coding fun, cool and easier for kids to understand!”

For more information about Code the Future 2.0 visit www.facebook.com/CartoonNetworkAsia or the Cartoon Network Philippines television channel on Cignal Digital TV Channel 220 (HD), Sky Direct Channel 15 (HD), SkyCable Channel 178 (HD), and Destiny Cable Channel 178 (HD Digital).

About SMILE Group

SMILE Group, whose name stands for “Specializing on Modern Interactive Learning Experiences”, is a group of passionate individuals advocating for STEM and STEAM Education by providing learning experiences that are hands-on and minds-on, contributing to the holistic development of children as young as 4 years old. SMILE Group aims to reach as many individuals in the Philippines as possible with programs like Engineering for Kids, Challenge Island, and the homegrown SMILE programs, which are based on STEM and STEAM Education.

https://www.regularcapital.com/2017/07/cartoon-network-asia-pacific-launches-computer-programming-learning-initiative/

http://thefanboyseo.com/2018/11/27/code-the-future-with-cartoon-network-is-back/