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Set foot into the world of iconic cartoons as Cartoon Network Enterprises and Balenzia launch a new collection of quirky socks!

Wear your love for globally-loved cartoons on your…feet! Put your best foot forward with a new colourful and comfy collection of socks by Cartoon Network Enterprises and Balenzia.

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BARC data shows upward trend for kids' viewership

Once upon a time, the kids’ genre was the most sidelined of them all but now broadcasters have figured out how to make magic work – localised content. At the ATF Kids Summit 2018, Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) COO Romil Ramgarhia threw light on Indian kids and their viewing habits.

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Audience is understanding importance of licensed merchandise: Saugato Bhowmik

You walk into a kids store and you see Sponge Bob backpacks, a sipper of Lightning McQueen from Cars, or a t-shirt with the word Barbie embossed on it. Licensed merchandises are everywhere today.

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Cartoon Network Enterprises’ new Back to School collection

To kickstart their new school semester, kids can now flaunt and stock up the coolest & cutest school essentials! Cartoon Network Enterprises (CNE), the global licensing and merchandising division of Turner India, brings to kids a brand new Back-to-School collection at offline and online retail...

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Is it the end of the road for anime in India?

MUMBAI: Back in the 90s, a new legion of toon addicts was created in India with the advent of anime shows such as Pokémon, Dragonball Z and Naruto that were telecast on Cartoon Network. A few years later, the genre hasn’t found the popularity in Indian kids that it has in some other parts of the...

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