Cartoon Network Czech Soundtrack Launches Tomorrow 20th September 2017

Cartoon Network Czech Soundtrack Launches Tomorrow 20th September 2017

Cartoon Network Czech Soundtrack Launches Tomorrow 20th September 2017

Today (19/09/2017), Turner Broadcasting System Europe has announced that the Czech language soundtrack will officially launch on Cartoon Network Central Eastern Europe tomorrow (20/09/2017). In the Central and Eastern Europe region, Cartoon Network is now available in nine languages across four different versions of the channel: Polish (Cartoon Network Poland), Romanian, Hungarian and Czech (Cartoon Network Central Eastern Europe), Dutch (Cartoon Network Netherlands), German (Cartoon Network Germany), Bulgarian and Russian (Cartoon Network Russia and Southeastern Europe) and finally the English (aka original language) soundtrack which is available on all four feeds.

In the Czech Republic and in Slovenia, Cartoon Network wants to expand beyond its linear television service and offer digital services such as mobile apps and games and also to market and sell toys and other merchandise in the region. At the moment, the channel will only be available in standard definition with a high definition feed launching on cable provider – UPC Czech Republic in six to eight weeks time.

https://www.regularcapital.com/2017/09/cartoon-network-czech-soundtrack-now-in-final-stages/

The general manager of Turner’s operations in Central and Eastern Europe – Matthias Heinze made this statement in regards of the launch of the new Czech language soundtrack (translated):

“Localization demonstrates our commitment to continue expanding original content across platforms to build a comprehensive fantasy world for children”

http://www.rozhlas.cz/digital/televize/_zprava/cartoon-network-startuje-v-cestine-a-slovenstine-lokalizovany-bude-uz-od-zitrka–1755737

Cartoon Network Czech Soundtrack Now In Final Stages

Cartoon Network Czech Soundtrack Now In Final Stages

Cartoon Network Czech Soundtrack Now In Final Stages

According to Czech media news blog – rozhlas.cz, the Czech language soundtrack on Cartoon Network Central Eastern Europe is now in its final stages and is projected to launch sometime later this month. The Czech soundtrack was projected to launch on 1st September, but it has been pushed back to ensure enough shows, episodes and presentation have been dubbed in the language. In late August and early September, Cartoon Network CEE aired some presentation in the Czech language on the original language (English) soundtrack for testing purposes.

A HD feed for Cartoon Network CEE in the Czech Republic is planned. Cable operator – UPC Czech Republic won’t be adding the channel until a full Czech soundtrack on Cartoon Network CEE is launched and they also require the channel to be in 16:9 widescreen and in high definition, as it stands presently, Cartoon Network CEE will be added to UPC on Tuesday 26th September. Magio Sat in Slovakia is already promoting the new Czech soundtrack on their social media pages.

A few days ago, a Czech version of the Cartoon Network website launched (http://www.cartoonnetwork.cz), the website already features videos, games and sections for each show.

Also, Turner will be hosting a press conference on Tuesday 19th September to promote Cartoon Network’s full entry into the Czech market, there’s no doubt that more details will be revealed at the conference.

http://www.rozhlas.cz/digital/televize/_zprava/cartoon-network-spustil-cesky-web-brzy-oficialne-vstoupi-na-nas-trh–1753722

http://www.cartoonnetwork.cz

Teen Titans Go! The Night Begins To Shine Soundtrack Released

Teen Titans Go! The Night Begins To Shine Soundtrack Released

Teen Titans Go! The Night Begins To Shine Soundtrack Released

Coinciding with the Teen Titans Go! The Night Begins To Shine four-part special (full title: The Day the Night Stopped Beginning to Shine and Became Dark Even Though It Was The Day) which aired on Cartoon Network USA this week (01/08/2017 – 04/08/2017), Warner Bros. music label – Watertower Records has released a Teen Titans Go! The Night Begins To Shine soundtrack featuring the song of the same name by B.E.R. with one version by singer/rapper CeeLo Green (who also made a guest appearance in the miniseries) and another by the Japanese rock/pop band Puffy AmiYumi (performers of the original Teen Titans theme song, and Cartoon Network also made a show based on their band – Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi).

The miniseries is based upon the episode 40%, 40%, 20%, which features a huge 1980’s action animation art shift far removed from Teen Titans Go! flash animation art style. In the four-part special, Cyborg is trapped in the “The Night Begins To Shine” alternate reality and there’s an evil dragon who wants to steal the catchy song for his own nefarious purposes. The Teen Titans ask musicians CeeLo Green and Fall Out Boy for help so they can save their friend Cyborg and to defeat the dragon once and for all.

The soundtrack features two other songs by B.E.R. – Forever Mine and Rise Up as well as a “Dragon Remix” of The Night Begins To Shine.

The soundtrack features the following tracks:

1. “The Night Begins To Shine” — CeeLo Green
2. “Forever Mine” — B.E.R.
3. “The Night Begins To Shine (Dragon Remix)” — B.E.R.
4. “Rise Up” — B.E.R.
5. “The Night Begins To Shine” — Puffy AmiYumi

The album is available to download from Google Play and Amazon.com and can be streamed on Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer, AWA, Line Music, KK Box and Tidal.

https://lnk.to/teentitansgoPR

http://www.syfy.com/syfywire/soundtrack-to-teen-titans-go-the-night-begins-to-shine-event-released