Cartoon Network At MIPTV 2017 Convention In Cannes, France

Cartoon Network At MIPTV 2017 Convention In Cannes, France

Cartoon Network At MIPTV 2017 Convention In Cannes, France

This week (03/04/2017 – 06/04/2017) was the MIPTV (Marché International des Programmes de Télévision, English: Television Programmes International Market) convention in Cannes, France, a major event in the television content market calendar. The MIPTV convention is an opportunity for broadcasters and content creators to promote their shows and to potentially sell broadcast rights to broadcasters.

Turner (owners of Cartoon Network and Boomerang) was present at the convention; promoting their programming for children and for general audiences, including productions from TNT and TBS in the United States as well as Cartoon Network Studios and Williams Street (Adult Swim). Two Cartoon Network Studios productions, in particular, have generated a lot of interest – The Powerpuff Girls and Ben 10. So far, rights for The Powerpuff Girls and Ben 10 have been picked by British children’s free-to-air channel, CITV, Gulli in France and Stan, a SVOD (Subscription Video on-demand) service in Australia. Disney Channel Germany and TV5 in the Philippines have purchased rights to air the new Powerpuff Girls series, while GMA in the Philippines has picked up the the rights to air Ben 10.

Other promoted programming from Cartoon Network other than The Powerpuff Girls and Ben 10 include Mighty Magiswords, The Amazing World of Gumball, Adventure Time, We Bare Bears and also Boomerang’s original series – The Happos Family. Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty, Robot Chicken and Samurai Jack were also promoted.

MIPTV also has a sister convention that runs in October called MIPCOM. MIPCOM has a side event called MIPJunior which is a major international children’s media industry convention.

From The Turner EMEA Press Release: Turner Programming Portfolio Enjoys International Sales Success

Turner has today revealed details of key shows from its extensive programming line-up to have been sold across international markets, as well as the strong slate of new and returning series that it will present at MIPTV 2017.

Following its recent surge in original content for TNT and TBS, TNT drama Good Behavior has been picked up by OCS (France), Telecom Italia (Italy), Fox (Finland), Cellcom and HOT (Israel), Stan (Australia), and NEON and SKY (New Zealand). The show is now available to audiences in more than 20 markets worldwide. Added to this, new TBS comedy Search Party has been sold to All4 (UK), OCS (France) and Cellcom (Israel), with other deals on the horizon. Both shows have been renewed for a second season.

From its kids’ portfolio, Cartoon Network’s two 2016 franchise revivals The Powerpuff Girls and Ben 10 are also generating significant interest from international buyers. To date, both shows have been snapped up by CITV (UK), Gulli (France) and Stan (Australia), while Disney Channel (Germany) and TV5 (Philippines) have picked up The Powerpuff Girls and GMA (Philippines) has picked up Ben 10.

Alongside these, Turner is also bringing a varied and exciting set of programming to MIPTV. This includes: new dramas 4 Blocks (from TNT Serie in Germany) and Will (TNT), the former having recently premiered at the prestigious Berlinale Film Festival and lined up for screenings at MIPTV (presented by series creator Quirin Berg) and Series Mania in France; new comedies I’m Sorry and Those Who Can’t (both truTV); Adult Swim’s hit animated series Rick and Morty, Robot Chicken and Samurai Jack; and kids’ series Mighty Magiswords, The Amazing World of Gumball, Adventure Time, We Bare Bears (all Cartoon Network) and first Boomerang Original The Happos Family.

Phil Nelson, Managing Director of Turner in the Southeast Asia Pacific region, said:

“This year, Turner can boast a sizeable slate of content with a spectrum across many genres. For our content partners operating linear or non-linear platforms, there’s really something that will appeal to almost any audience.”

https://www.turner.com/pressroom/turner-programming-portfolio-enjoys-international-sales-success

Cartoon Network Australia Signs Deal With Stan VOD Service

Cartoon Network Australia Signs Deal With Stan VOD Service

Cartoon Network Australia Signs Deal With Stan VOD Service

Australia’s most popular subscription VOD (Video on-demand) platform – Stan, has signed an exclusive content distribution deal with Turner Asia-Pacific to add Cartoon Network shows to its library.

As part of the deal, new episodes for some of Cartoon Network’s most popular shows will be added to Stan at the same time as their premiere.

Stan has exclusive first-time premiere rights to Regular Show season eight (aka Regular Show: In Space), the final Regular Show season will be added to the service in April. Also as part of the deal, Stan will add new seasons of Adventure Time and The Powerpuff Girls at the same time as their Australian television premiere.

Cartoon Network fans who are also Stan subscribers will also be able to enjoy episodes of Steven Universe, Ben 10 and We Bare Bears.

From The Official Turner Asia-Pacific Press Release: Stan Becomes The Streaming Home Of Cartoon Network Content In Australia: New Turner Partnership adds to Stan’s biggest first-run 2017 line-up

Stan will become the Australian streaming home for content from the popular children’s channel Cartoon Network, after entering into a groundbreaking new partnership with Turner.

Cartoon Network is the most popular kids channel in the Asia-Pacific region, and Stan subscribers will now have access to its huge range of series, with entire franchises of beloved Cartoon Network shows added to Stan’s catalogue.

The partnership between the two leading entertainment brands will also see the premiere of the eighth and final season of pop-culture hit, Regular Show, first and exclusively in Australia this April on Stan – and that’s just the beginning. New seasons of Adventure Time and The Powerpuff Girls will premiere at the same time as they air on Cartoon Network.

“As the leading local streaming service, Stan is the perfect partner for Cartoon Network to showcase our amazing line-up of content. From Regular Show to Adventure Time, The Powerpuff Girls to Steven Universe, the arrangement further expands the reach of our uniquely entertaining children’s series across Australia,” said Robi Stanton, General Manager of Turner Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Territories.”

“This is great news for Stan families,” added Nick Forward, Stan’s Chief Content Officer. “Stan is committed to delivering great value and great entertainment for Australian kids and families, so we couldn’t be more thrilled to be the Australian streaming home of Cartoon Network content. We can’t wait for our customers to be the first in Australia to see the new season of Regular Show.”

The partnership also provides Stan with the exclusive SVOD rights to other key Cartoon Network animated series including iconic titles Adventure Time, Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls, We Bare Bears and Steven Universe.

About Stan:

Stan is Australia’s leading local subscription video-on-demand provider. Stan offers unlimited access to thousands of hours of entertainment, with an outstanding lineup of exclusive premieres such as Better Call Saul, Sherlock, Girlfriend Experience, Transparent and UnREAL. New SHOWTIME series also premiere exclusively on Stan, including the second season of Billions on February 20, 2017 and David Lynch’s Twin Peaks on May 22, 2017.

Stan Originals include the AACTA Award-winning and Logie Award-nominated series No Activity and the critically acclaimed AACTA Award-winning drama series Wolf Creek. Several other local projects are currently in development.

Stan’s award-winning TV shows, classic catalogue, blockbuster movies and popular kids content can be watched in full HD on your TV or favourite device, including tablets and smartphones. Stan is a joint venture between Nine Entertainment Co. and Fairfax Media.

For more information, visit
http://www.stan.com.au

https://www.turner.com/pressroom/stan-becomes-streaming-home-cartoon-network-content-australia

Stan VOD Service In Australia Agrees Content Deal With Cartoon Network

Stan, a VOD (Video on-demand) service in Australia has added a selection of Cartoon Network shows after agreeing a deal with Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific.

The VOD service now has popular animated shows produced by Cartoon Network including Adventure Time, Regular Show, Ben 10, Ben 10: Alien Force, Ben 10: Omniverse and three Ben 10 special features, including three months exclusive rights for The Powerpuff Girls. From 1st April, more shows will be added to the service, including Generator Rex, Cow and Chicken and Ed, Edd, n Eddy. All of these shows can be watched by accessing the Kids Zone section on the on-demand service.

http://www.c21media.net/stan-takes-turner-kids-shows