Turner EMEA And Turner Asia Pacific Acquires Pat The Dog Broadcasting Rights

Turner EMEA And Turner Asia Pacific Acquires Pat The Dog Broadcasting Rights

Turner EMEA And Turner Asia Pacific Acquires Pat The Dog Broadcasting Rights

Turner EMEA and Turner Asia-Pacfic have acquired broadcasting rights to Superights’ 3D CGI series – Pat The Dog. The show follows the adventures of the titular character and his owner – Lola. Pat goes through extraordinary lengths to prevent Lola’s day from getting ruined no matter how perilous the situation is. The show will air on Boomerang feeds across the Europe, Middle East and Africa region, it will also air on Pogo in India and on Cartoon Network feeds across Asia.

Each episode is 7 minutes long and initially there will be 78 episodes. The animated series is produced by French studio – Superprod and is animated by Italian studio – Animoka. The series was originally commissioned by Canal+ and Rai in Italy, and is based on the popular French mobile game Paf le Chien.

http://www.superights.net/en/animated/series/1/26/pat-the-dog
http://www.c21media.net/intl-network-adopts-pat-the-dog/
http://worldscreen.com/tvkids/superights-secures-new-broadcasters-for-pat-the-dog/

Vishal Dembla Appointed VP And General Manager For Turner Southeast Asia

Vishal Dembla Appointed VP And General Manager For Turner Southeast Asia

Vishal Dembla Appointed VP And General Manager For Turner Southeast Asia

This week (06/02/2017), Turner Southeast Asia has appointed a new vice president and general manager – Vishal Dembla. In his new role, Mr Dembla will oversee, lead and develop all of Turner’s entertainment and kids channel operations in the Southeast Asia region. This includes Cartoon Network and Boomerang.

Mr. Dembla will oversee ad-sales, content sales, programming, creative, channel distribution and marketing departments and will be based in Singapore.

In his previous role, Mr. Dembla was responsible for Turner’s distribution and content sales in Hong Kong, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines, which has now expanded to Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.

From The Official Turner Southeast Asia Press Release: Turner Announces New Southeast Asia Organisation and New General Manager

Turner Asia Pacific has announced the establishment of a new Southeast Asia organization and appointment of a new regional lead to be based in Singapore.

Vishal Dembla has been named Vice President and General Manager of Turner Southeast Asia. In this new role, he has been tasked with growing all of Turner’s commercial and channel operations within this increasingly important region, as well as the day-to-day management of its kids and entertainment businesses in Southeast Asia.

“For the first time, we have aligned all our Southeast Asia efforts under one executive and these changes will enable Turner to better develop its growing business in this region,” commented Phil Nelson, Turner’s Managing Director of Southeast Asia Pacific and North Asia. “Vishal has been an integral member of our senior management team – forging new initiatives and driving growth – and is well-positioned for this new role.”

In addition to oversight of all commercial lines including ad-sales and content sales, Mr. Dembla will lead the region’s programming, creative services and marketing departments for all of Turner’s kids and entertainment brands. The team will also handle the network distribution side of the business – focusing on further expanding the reach of brands including CNN International, Warner TV, Oh!K, Cartoon Network and Boomerang in Southeast Asia.

In his previous capacity, Mr. Dembla was responsible for Turner’s distribution and content sales in Hong Kong, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines. His expanded geographical remit now also includes Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.

https://www.turner.com/pressroom/turner-announces-new-southeast-asia-organization-and-new-general-manager

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