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/

Turner Africa Ratings Success In 2018, Cartoon Network Still Number One Kids Channel In South Africa

Turner Africa Ratings Success In 2018, Cartoon Network Still Number One Kids Channel In South Africa

Turner Africa Ratings Success In 2018, Cartoon Network Still Number One Kids Channel In South Africa

Turner Africa had a successful end to 2018, with good viewing ratings across its combined kids multiplex of channels (Cartoon Network, Boomerang, Boing and Toonami) and its general entertainment channel, TNT.

In November 2018, Turner Africa’s children’s channel multiplex celebrated 51 consecutive months in the number one spot among pay-TV multiplexes in South Africa. Cartoon Network also celebrated its highest-ever monthly share, and remained the number one pay-TV children’s channel among kids aged 4 to 14 years old.

Cartoon Network is still the favourite kids’ TV channel in South Africa, dominating the top 15 chart of best performing shows. Cartoon Network’s most popular shows include Ben 10, Apple and Onion and Craig of the Creek. Original Cartoon Network productions and Warner Bros. content made up 77% of the most viewed content on the channel.

Cartoon Network Africa also had a successful December, with the Power Rangers: Clash of the Red Rangers movie viewed by 239,000 kids aged four to 14 years old, and the sneak peek of the new Cartoon Network Original series – Summer Camp Island in second place.

Boomerang is also growing its audience and is now in second place behind Cartoon Network for most watched pay-TV children’s channel in South Africa for kids aged between 4 to 14 years old.

From The Turner Africa Press Release: Turner Africa’s Reach And Ratings Are Stronger Than Ever

Turner Africa had a successful end to 2018, with the combined kids multiplex and general entertainment channel, TNT, achieving greater reach and rating results than ever before.

Turner Kids Multiplex

In November, Turner Kids celebrated 51 consecutive months in the #1 spot among pay-TV multiplexes in South Africa[1]. Alongside this, Cartoon Network celebrated its highest-ever monthly share, and remained the #1 pay-TV Kids channel among kids aged four to 14-years-old[2].

Cartoon Network remains the favourite kids’ TV channel in South Africa, dominating the entire top 15 chart of best performing shows. The most popular shows vary between familiar faces such as Ben 10, alongside new Cartoon Network original hits like Apple and Onion and Craig of the Creek. Original Cartoon Network productions and Warner Bros. content totaled 77% of the most viewed content on the channel[3].

Cartoon Network continued with its high performance success in December, with the Power Rangers: Clash of the Red Rangers movie viewed by an impressive 239 000 kids aged four to 14-years-old, and the sneak peek of the new Cartoon Network Original Summer Camp Island claiming the second spot[4].

Boomerang is closing in on Cartoon Network’s ratings, after moving up to rank #2 amongst the pay-TV Kids channels for kids aged four to 14-years-old[5].

TNT

After benefiting from a fresh rebranding in September 2018, TNT Africa had an excellent month in October, with the highest performance ever in ratings (an average of 36 000 viewers)[6]. In November, TNT Africa broke a new record with 40 700 viewers tuning in (+13% month on month) and achieved its second highest performance in share (1.14%) since December 2016[7]. TNT ranked #5, ahead of Studio Universal, for a second month in a row[8].

For the first time ever, not only did TNT dominate the Top 50 competitive movies in November, with seven movies on the Top 10 list, but the channel also secured the top three spots[9] for the month.

For prime-time tune-ins, TNT remained on top of the podium. TNT’s great performance was driven by viewers tuning in on weekday afternoons (averaging 83 000 viewers between 3pm and 6pm) and Saturday evenings during prime time (in November driven by the The Schwarzenegger Fan Month stunt). The stunt was a huge success, with the four Schwarzenegger movies, aired at 8pm, gathering an average of 202 000 viewers, resulting in a fantastic 3.8% in share! [10]

[1] Source: DSTV Measurement, Kids 4-14, November 2018, 0600-2059

[2] Source: DSTV Measurement, Kids 4-14, November 2018, 0600-2059

[3] Source: DSTV Measurement, Kids 4-14, Oct-Nov 2018, ranking based on AMR (000)

[4] Source: DSTV Measurement, Kids 4-14, Dec 10th – Dec 16th, 0600-2059

[5] Source: DSTV Measurement, Kids 4-14, November 2018, 0600-2059

[6] Source: AGB Nielsen, South Africa TAMs Data, Adults15+ in DSTV HHs, October 2018, All day

[7] Source: AGB Nielsen, South Africa TAMs Data, Adults15+ in DSTV HHs, November 2018, All day

[8] Source: AGB Nielsen, South Africa TAMs Data, Adults15+ in DSTV HHs, November 2018, All day

[9] Source: AGB Nielsen, South Africa TAMs Data, Adults15+ in DSTV HHs, November 2018, All day, ranking based on AMR (000)

[10] Source: AGB Nielsen, South Africa TAMs Data, Adults15+ in DSTV HHs, November 2018

https://www.screenafrica.com/2019/01/22/tv-radio/business-tv-radio/turner-africas-reach-and-ratings-are-stronger-than-ever/

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Turner Italy’s 2018 Successful Viewing Ratings Results

Turner Italy's 2018 Successful Viewing Rating Results

Turner Italy’s 2018 Successful Viewing Ratings Results

Turner Italy has ended year 2018 with successful results for its kids channels.

In the Italian market, Turner has four children’s channels, two that are free-to-air on digital terrestrial and co-owned by RTI Mediaset – Boing and Cartoonito and two are pay-TV channels fully owned by Turner and available on the Sky Italia satellite service – Cartoon Network and Boomerang.

Boing is the market leader in Italy and had a 11.6% share in the 4-14 age demographic during 2018.

In 2018, Cartoonito was first among commercial childrens’ channels that target the 4-7 year demographic with a share of over 9%.

Cartoon Network maintained its leadership status among kids pay-TV channels with a 0.90% viewing share.

In August 2018, Turner Italy launched an mobile app for Boing. The app now available to download for Android and iOS devices saw 1.7 million downloads in the first four months after launch. The Boing app features full episodes, a livestream of the Boing channel, games and other exclusive content.

https://advanced-television.com/2019/01/14/turner-italia-closes-successful-year/