Cartoon Network Latin America Number One Cable Channel For Kids Aged 4 To 11 For The Fifth Consecutive Year

Cartoon Network Latin America Number One Cable Channel For Kids Aged 4 To 11 For The Fifth Consecutive Year

Cartoon Network Latin America Number One Cable Channel For Kids Aged 4 To 11 For The Fifth Consecutive Year

According to newly released viewing rating data from audience measurement company Kantar IBOPE, Cartoon Network Latin America remains to be the number one cable channel for children aged between 4 and 11 years old for the fifth consecutive year in the region, a great achievement for the channel’s 25th anniversary year.

Also, the channel is doing well in terms of digital content with a total of 10 million subscribers on YouTube and 1.5 billion views last year, popular online content includes Another Week on Cartoon (Otra Semana en Cartoon), Toontubers, Cartoon Network Anything and Toontorial. In 2019, Cartoon Network aims to increase the amount of content on all of its platforms, with a focus on original local content and airing new shows and episodes.

Commenting on Cartoon Network Latin America’s continuing ratings success, Pablo Zuccarino, the Senior Vice President and General Manager of Turner Kids Latin America said (translated):

“Being number one for five consecutive years is a challenge we are proud of. In a fast-changing space, the key has been not to stand still, but to continually transform ourselves to provide a relevant experience for fans”.

https://tvlatina.tv/tvninos/cartoon-network-conquisto-audiencias-por-quinto-ano-consecutivo/

Cartoon Network Latin America November 2018 Highlights Video

Cartoon Network Latin America November 2018 Highlights Video

Cartoon Network Latin America November 2018 Highlights Video

Cartoon Network Latin America has released their highlights video for November 2018. This month, Cartoon Network Latin America will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of The Powerpuff Girls with brand new episodes. In November, there will be more new Apple and Onion animated shorts, plus new episodes of Clarence, OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes, Unikitty!, We Bare Bears, Teen Titans Go!, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs: The Series and Dragon Ball Super. All new episodes are also available to view on the Cartoon Network Go! app.

In terms of digital/online content, there’s new episodes of Otra Semana En Cartoon (Another Week in Cartoon), new Cartoon Network Anything episodes, new Toontorial episodes. There’s a brand new barrel-throwing minigame featuring Ben 10’s Four Arms on the Cartoon Network Anything app, on the website version of Cartoon Network Anything, there’s a new Villainous mini-game. This month’s theme on the Cartoon Network Fan Art website (http://www.cnfanart.com) is We Bare Bears. On the Cartoon Network Latin America website there’s a new game called Teen Titans Go! Power Tower as well as a updated version of Copa Toon and Villainous: Maldad Mecánica (Mechanical Evil)

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Toontorial Premieres On Cartoon Network Latin America’s YouTube Channel On 20th October

Toontorial Premieres On Cartoon Network Latin America's YouTube Channel On 20th October

Toontorial Premieres On Cartoon Network Latin America’s YouTube Channel On 20th October

This Saturday (20th October) at 10am, Cartoon Network Latin America’s YouTube channel will premiere their newest animated short series – Toontorial. Toontorial features humorous animated tutorials for simple everyday tasks but with ridiculously nonsensical and unnecessary instructions, an given example is finding a cyclops to open a can of beans or how to take care of a pet if it’s a dinosaur, or even how to pack battle-axe in a bag. The brand new animated shorts series is created by Axur Eneas made by Mexico City-based stop-motion animation studio – Cinema Fantasma. Toontorial was originally going to premiere on Cartoon Network Latin America’s YouTube channel on 6th October.

Toontorial was the winning project from Cartoon Network’s pitching competition at Pixelatl 2017 – Pitch Me Evolution. Axur Eneas was inspired by how-to tutorial videos on YouTube and guides on Wikihow and is a parody based on his own experiences of when learning basic tasks. Axur is inspired by animated shows featuring mixed-media for example – Cartoon Network’s The Amazing World of Gumball or Nickelodeon’s Kablam!, he approached Roy and Arturo Ambriz at Cinema Fantasma to help produce the stop-motion element of his new series. Cinema Fantasma previously produced six stop-motion short films for Cartoon Network Latin America featuring characters from Adventure Time, Regular Show, Steven Universe, The Amazing World of Gumball, Uncle Grandpa and Clarence, the short films have been used as fillers between shows on the Cartoon Network Latin America television channel.

https://www.cinemafantasma.com/cartoon-network/

For the short-form animated series, Axur does script-writing, character design, storyboard, animatics, all the 2d animation, puppet designs and editing on his own, but he made sure that the main character of Toontorial has a simplistic design so he can focus more on the other aspects of production. In addition to the shorts, Cartoon Network Latin America has been uploading Toontorial comic strips on social media.

Earlier this year, Axur and Studio Fantasma finished production on the pilot, which was funded by the $7,500 USD cash prize from the Pitch Me Evolution pitching competition, earlier this year, both signed a contract with Cartoon Network for a 16-episode first season, with new episodes premiering every two weeks, Auxr was surprised by this, as he was only expected to make ten episodes.

https://www.cartoonbrew.com/internet-television/mexican-series-toontorial-to-debut-on-cartoon-network-latin-americas-youtube-channel-164040.html

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