Mark Eyers Promoted To Senior Vice President Of Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific

Mark Eyers Promoted To Senior Vice President Of Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific

Mark Eyers Promoted To Senior Vice President Of Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific

Mark Eyers, the current chief content officer for Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific has been promoted to Senior Vice President, the news was announced today (07/01/2015). In Mr Eyers’ new role, he will oversee Cartoon Network, Boomerang, Toonami and Pogo in the Asia-Pacific region, lead the development of animated talent and new programming and develop Cartoon Network’s existing cross-platform strategy even further. Mr Eyres joined Turner in 2004 and also worked as Vice President of Kids Content.

Turner International Asia Pacific president Ricky Ow made this statement regarding Mark Eyers’ promotion and his previous work as chief content officer including commissioning new animated programming such as Monster Beach and Exchange Student Zero.

“Under Mark’s leadership, Turner’s Kids brands has not only dominated the genre but also expanded tremendously across the region. He has spearheaded the growth of our Kids brands across multi-platform while also leading numerous international original animation productions, including the award-winning Monster Beach and recent series Exchange Student Zero. His promotion is a timely acknowledgment of his contribution to the importance of the Kids brands to Turner’s business in this region and the confidence we have in him to further build upon it.”

Air Asia’s Cartoon Network Amazone Tickets Competition

Air Asia's Cartoon Network Amazone Tickets Competition

Air Asia’s Cartoon Network Amazone Tickets Competition: Lucky Winners Will Win Tickets To Cartoon Network’s First Water Theme Park

Air Asia’s travel3sixty magazine is having a competition for lucky Cartoon Network fans to win a pair of admission tickets to the World’s First Cartoon Network Water Theme Park in Thailand. Just answer the questions below and think of a caption for the picture below.

Answers to questions 1 to 3 can be found in the The World’s First Cartoon Network Theme Park article on travel3sixty.

Where is Cartoon Network Amazone located?
How many water coasters can one find at the The Omniverse Zone?
Where did the writer go to satisfy his sweet tooth?
Caption the photo below in 15 words or less.

Jake The Dog Slide

Send your answers and caption to by 9th August 2015. The winners will be chosen based on correct answers and the most creative caption.

There can only be five winners so good luck!

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New POGO Programming Block On Channel 3 In Thailand

Pogo Logo

Turner Broadcasting System Asia-Pacific and Thailand’s Channel 3 have made a deal to air a two-hour POGO block. The new block was launched today and has a mixture of animated and live-action original content from POGO. The new programming block airs in the Thai language and is broadcast between 4pm to 6pm on weekdays and 7am to 9am on weekends. Its programming includes first-run and exclusive content with live-action shows such as MAD, FAQ and Chhota Bheem, one of the most popular animated shows in India. There is also the possibility of locally made co-productions sometime in the future.

Phil Nelson, the senior VP and managing director for North Asia and Southeast Asia Pacific at Turner Asia Pacific made this statement:

“For more than a decade, kids in India have loved POGO and we are confident that its content will also work well in Thailand. It’s yet another example of how Turner is creating engaging local viewing solutions and we’re looking forward to working closely with Channel 3.”

Surin Krittiyaphongphu executive VP for Channel 3 also made this statement regarding the new POGO block:

“We are excited to bring the POGO brand to Thailand for the first time and local audiences are going to love it. The deal is a result of a great partnership — Channel 3 is one of the country’s most watched channels and Turner is a world leader in curating and creating content, with an impressive track record in delivering viewers in Thailand. We’re also looking forward to seeing how the brand evolves and develops in the coming months.”

POGO is a secondary sister channel brand name operated by Cartoon Network in India, this is the first time the brand name has expanded to another geographic area within the Asia-Pacific region. Turner Asia-Pacific already has a joint venture in Thailand with Major Kantana Group to operate both Boomerang Thailand and Toonami Thailand, Cartoon Network Southeast Asia is also available on TrueVisions in Thailand as a premium channel.