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Turner India’s 13th edition of School Contact Programme is all about Fun and Fitness

Turner India announced the 13th edition of Cartoon Network and POGO’s School Contact Programme (SCP) for 2018. Touted as one of India’s largest school outreach programmes, 1 million kids from approximately 1100 schools will experience more power-packed and fun-filled SCP with Cartoon Network’s ‘...

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Time Warner to be renamed Warner Media, Turner CEO exits

AT&T announced on Friday, its first full day of owning Time Warner, that the operating businesses in the $85 billion acquisition will be contained in an entity called WarnerMedia. The names of the operating units - HBO, CNN, Warner Bros., TNT, etc. - will stay the same.

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'Chhota Bheem' movie to travel to Indonesia, US, UK, Thailand

MUMBAI: A decade after entertaining the children of India, animated cartoon character Chhota Bheem will fly abroad. The upcoming venture of the franchise has hit both the big and small screens and is set for a global release. The year 2018 seems bright for the production with KickO and Super Speedo...

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Turner using Accenture's video solution platform for its OTT products

Turner is relying on Accenture’s video solution platform to help manage and operate some of the company’s over-the-top content (OTT) products including FilmStruck in the UK, and Cartoon Network TV Everywhere (TVE) in Asia Pacific.

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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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