Turner Broadcasting System International Partners with TNT

Turner Broadcasting System International is partnering with TNT on the upcoming series ‘Falling Skies’, which will debut on TNT in the United States in June, followed by premieres on many TNT international networks. In addition, Turner Broadcasting System International will make the show available for syndication in many territories worldwide later this year.

exchange4media Staff Jan 31, 2011 7:31 AM

Turner banks on ‘Beyond TV’ strategy; join hands with Zapak to expand reach

In their bid to reach out to a wider audience, Turner International India and Zapak Digital Entertainment have formed a strategic content partnership. The partnership allows Zapak to market and distribute Cartoon Network’s Multiplayer Online Games (MOGs) and in turn, Turner will manage games and provide regular content updates to Zapak.

Preeti Hoon Nov 26, 2010 7:31 AM

Turner to increase investments in digital

Turner International is set to experiment some more with digital. The media corporate has decided to increase its digital spends. Turner officials also informed that digital media would work as an alternate source of revenue for the group.

Khushboo Tanna Oct 22, 2010 12:22 PM

Turner partners with Tata Sky to launch kids’ linear branded block on DTH

Turner has announced a strategic content partnership with Tata Sky, a DTH service provider, to offer a linear branded block from the kids’ channel - Cartoon Network. Named CN+, the linear branded block will reside in Actve Wizkids as a part of Tata Sky’s Actve services. Tata Sky subscribers can enjoy CN+ daily from 6:00 AM to midnight. CN+ will offer viewers popular Cartoon Network originals such as Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls and iconic shows like Tom & Jerry, The Flintstones, Scooby Doo and Looney Tunes amongst many others. Each day of the week will be dedicated to one of these hit Cartoon Network shows, with multiple episodes.

exchange4media Staff Oct 7, 2010 8:23 AM

Cartoon Network plays around 10.10.10 for ‘Ben 10’

To promote the new series of ‘Ben 10’, Cartoon Network has tied up with Cadbury’s and McDonalds to reach out to the consumers. Even in the online space, the channel is going all out to reach out to its core audience by letting them create a party kit around the popular cartoon character.

Khushboo Tanna Oct 5, 2010 8:34 AM

Rewind 2009: Television – of new leaders, new partnerships, new challenges

The year 2009 was yet another year of interesting developments in Indian television. The first half of the year was taken up by IPL-2 and the Lok Sabha elections. Even as the year was dominated by the Star-Colors-Zee conversation, Turner and Alva Brothers’ venture Real was also in the news.

Noor Fathima Warsia Jan 20, 2010 7:41 AM