13 Facts About Cartoon Network


Cartoon Network is an American cable television channel owned by Warner Bros.

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Cartoon Network offers an alternate Spanish-language audio feed, either via a separate channel with the English audio track removed as part of a package of Spanish-language television networks sold by subscription providers, or a separate audio track accessible through the SAP option, depending on the provider.

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On October 8, 1988, its cable channel Turner Cartoon Network Television was launched and gained an audience with its extensive film library.

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In September 2021, Cartoon Network introduced new blocks oriented towards preschool and family viewing respectively, as part of an effort under new head Tom Ascheim to broaden the channel's demographic reach.

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Cartoon Network has, during its history, broadcast most of the Warner Bros.

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Cartoon Network Studios is a production studio located in the network's West Coast headquarters of Burbank, California, which serves as the network's first animation studio division to provide original programs for the network.

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Cartoon Network Productions is the global distribution arm for shows, pilots, and movies through various international Cartoon Network channels since December 5, 1993.

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Cartoon Network Latin America Original Productions is a production studio division of the network's Latin American station, formed on May 26, 2019.

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Cartoon Network Games is the video game developer and publisher of video games based on Cartoon Network shows since 2000.

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Cartoon Network Enterprises is the network's global licensing and merchandising arm established in 2001.

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Cartoon Network has a mobile app that provides the latest full episodes, a live stream from the East and West coast, games, and the network's schedule.

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In 2011, Cartoon Network characters were featured in a four-player mascot brawler fighting game similar to Nintendo's Super Smash Bros.

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Cartoon Network launched Cartoon Orbit, an online gaming network characterized by digital trading cards called "cToons", in October 2000.

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