Turner Asia Pacific has partnered with Korea-based game developer Tangent to launch a new mobile game, titled “Adventure Time Run: The Ooo Expedition.”
Cartoon Network will release a new virtual reality mobile game and branded viewer based on its animated series “Adventure Time.”
Cartoon Network and the Intu Trafford Centre in Manchester, U.K., have joined forces to launch an interactive “Ben 10” experience.
Cryptozoic Entertainment, under license from Cartoon Network, has released a new game titled, “Adventure Time” Card Wars Doubles Tournament.
Cartoon Network has launched a new mobile game, titled “Cartoon Network Superstar Soccer Goal!!!”
Cartoon Network and GameMill Entertainment have joined forces to launch a new video game, titled “Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers.”
Hot Topic and Cartoon Network have joined forces once again to launch a new apparel collection inspired by the network’s programs.
Cartoon Network and Adult Swim have unveiled their roster of licensees that will showcase exclusive products, giveaways and signings at this year’s Comic-Con International: San Diego.
Cartoon Network has renewed its rebooted series of “The Powerpuff Girls” for a second season.
Turner Asia Pacific has partnered with Globe Telecom, a mobile brand in the Philippines, to make two upgraded Cartoon Network apps available to Globe’s customers.
Little Orbit and Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe have released the new video game "Adventure Time: Finn and Jake Investigations."
Hasbro’s Play-Doh has partnered with Turner’s Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Cartoonito for a Play-Doh Town sponsorship deal, which includes TV, digital and social media activity across the U.K.
Cartoon Network is taking on 2016 with a broad assortment of properties for boys, girls, tweens, teens and adults.
British Olympic diver Tom Daley has teamed with Cartoon Network to launch the next phase of the international anti-bullying campaign CN Buddy Network.
Cartoon Network, in partnership with Grumpyface Studios, has unveiled a “Powerpuff Girls”-inspired mobile game, titled “Flipped Out.”
Cartoon Network has partnered with the LEGO Group to launch a new LEGO set inspired by its animated series, “Adventure Time.”
Cartoon Network is planning to include four Australian-made animation projects as part of its regional programming lineup in 2016.
With the re-launch of “Powerpuff Girls” just around the corner, Cartoon Network Studios has launched a worldwide product program.
Cartoon Network, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. have partnered with Grumpyface Studios to launch “Teeny Titans,” a new mobile game based on “Teen Titans Go!”
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