Czech Language Audio Planned to Launch On Cartoon Network Central Eastern Europe 1st September

Czech Language Audio Planned to Launch On Cartoon Network Central Eastern Europe 1st September

Czech Language Audio Planned to Launch On Cartoon Network Central Eastern Europe 1st September

Today (11/08/2017), Czech media news website rozhlas.cz has officially confirmed that a Czech audio-track will be added to Cartoon Network Central and Eastern Europe and is planned to launch on Friday 1st September. News about a Czech audio track was unofficially released in May, the news that was released today confirms the launch.

https://www.regularcapital.com/2017/05/cartoon-network-planning-czech-language-localisation/

Cartoon Network Central Eastern Europe already broadcasts to the Czech Republic, the country has received the channel in English as the default language (and the pan-European feed before then) ever since it became available in the country. The new Czech audio-track will be joining the existing Hungarian, Romanian and English soundtracks on the channel. Over the past week or so, Cartoon Network CEE has been experimenting with Czech audio on the English audio track, this includes promos, bumpers and general presentation.

A Czech audio test on the English audio track on Cartoon Network CEE (recorded Monday 7th August):

Atmedia will be handling ad sales for the Czech Republic, and Czech ads will air on a separate opt-out during ad breaks. So far, UPC, Freesat and DigiTV have confirmed that they will carry the channel with the Czech audio track. During the past few months, Cartoon Network has commissioned dubbing companies such as the internationally renowned SDI Media to record and dub its cartoons in the Czech language.

Also according to the article on rozhlas.cz, Turner Broadcasting System Europe is planning to launch a HD feed of Cartoon Network CEE, which would also mean a move from the outdated 4:3 aspect ratio to 16:9 widescreen which also puts it inline with the other Cartoon Network feeds in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) region, there will be new graphics on the channel soon. A localised Czech version of the Cartoon Network website (cartoonnetwork.cz) and social media pages will launch soon. The Toon Cup 2017 promo airing on Cartoon Network CEE also features the cartoonnetwork.cz website address.

http://www.rozhlas.cz/digital/televize/_zprava/video-cartoon-network-od-podzimu-v-cestine-nabidne-plnohodnotny-servis–1747241

More information (in English about the new Czech audio-track) from Checkerboard on the ToonZone forums:

http://www.toonzone.net/forums/threads/cartoon-network-international-news-thread.4264941/page-1379#post-85556101

Boomerang UK National Pet Month 2017 Study

Boomerang UK National Pet Month 2017 Study

Boomerang UK National Pet Month 2017 Study

According to a study conducted by the Boomerang UK TV channel for this year’s National Pet Month, Dads are more likely than mums to post videos and photos of their pets on social media. Also according to the study, 64% of families in larger households take hilarious and adorable photos and videos of their pet at least once a day. Half of parents (50.5%) allow their children to watch animal-related programming because animal shows bring happiness and laughter.

Boomerang is a TV channel is known not only for its mix of classic and contemporary animation but also for its animal cartoon characters, the channel is home to some of the UK’s most loved animated characters, Scooby-Doo (No. 1 in the UK) and Tom and Jerry (No. 3 in the UK) and also for its Pet of the Week promotion, where viewers can upload videos and photos of their pets on the Boomerang UK website for the opportunity to see their pet on TV. Also the study found that a quarter of parents and kids name their pet after a character from a cartoon or film.

In a pet “wishlist” survey with kids aged twelve and under, dogs came in first with 44.4% of the vote, followed by cats (28.6%), horses (19.2%), elephants (15.6%) and finally, bears (13.9%).

From The Turner UK Press Release: Dads More Likely Than Mums To Snap A Photo Of Their Beloved Pet At Least Once A Day: 63% of kids and parents claim that one of the qualities they value most in their pet is their ability to always make them laugh. Dads more likely than mums to be the “famous” animal Instagrammer in the household

The most famous mum on the planet, Kim Kardashian, may be the Queen of the selfie, but a recent study from Boomerang TV channel in the UK found that dads were the expert at snapping photos and videos of their pets for some quick likes on social media. The study found that 64.4% of families in larger households take hilarious and adorable photos and videos of their pet at least once a day, with dads more likely than mums to document their pets’ interactions.

Boomerang, the proud channel home of world-renowned animal characters like Tom and Jerry, Scooby-Doo and Bugs Bunny, released the results to coincide with National Pet Month in the UK and highlight the starring role animals play within families both on and off-screen.

With just over half of parents citing laughter and happiness among the primary reasons for letting their children watch animal-related programming (50.5%), it also came as no surprise that Scooby-Doo ranked number one amongst kids’ all-time favourite cartoon characters, followed by Peppa Pig in second place and Tom and Jerry in third. Furthermore, the study found that a quarter of parents and kids make the decision to name their beloved pet animal after a character from a cartoon or film.

Elephants made the top five in a pet “wish list” amongst kids twelve and under, dogs came in first with 44.4% of the vote, followed by cats (28.6%), horses (19.2%), elephants (15.6%) and finally, bears (13.9%).

Whether on-screen in their favourite cartoon or TV show, or as part of their daily interaction with a family pet, it’s clear that kids and parents alike enjoy a regular dose of humour thanks to the planet’s furry (and scaly!) friends.

Catch the best of Scooby-Doo every Saturday from 1pm-4pm, followed by the best of Tom and Jerry every Sunday from 1pm-4pm on Boomerang.

http://www.boomerangtv.co.uk

Boomerang USA’s New Social Media Accounts

Boomerang USA's New Social Media Accounts

Boomerang USA’s New Social Media Accounts: Follow These Social Media Accounts To Keep Yourself Updated

Relating to the news of Boomerang USA launching their very own SVOD (Subscription Video On Demand) service yesterday (07/03/2017), Boomerang USA has also announced the launch of two new official Twitter accounts, @BoomerangToons and @BoomToonsPR. The @BoomerangToons account will mostly used for promoting the new streaming service and for posting news updates, such as new shows, new episodes and new features added to the service. The @BoomToonsPR account is the public relations Twitter account, this is usually where news articles from reputable third-party news outlets regarding the Boomerang streaming service are posted and any other additional news that Boomerang wants to release to the public and the press.

Boomerang’s Twitter Account: https://twitter.com/BoomerangToons
Boomerang’s Public Relations Twitter Account: https://twitter.com/BoomToonsPR

Boomerang USA also has a YouTube channel, at the moment, the YouTube channel has video clips from Wabbit: A Looney Tunes Production and a couple of Boomerang streaming service promotional videos.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx8nU9xWEyden60hkKBaAvg/videos

Boomerang USA also now has an official Facebook page, it has a similar purpose to the @BoomerangToons Twitter account.

https://www.facebook.com/BoomerangToons/

Also check out the official Boomerang Instagram account, featuring photos of classic cartoon characters and short video clips:

https://www.instagram.com/boomerangtoons/

For more information about the new Boomerang cartoon streaming service which is due to launch this Spring, please visit http://www.boomerang.com.