Celebrate the holidays with ‘We Bare Bears’ at Ngong Ping 360Grizzly, Panda and Ice Bear are celebrating the holidays in the most authentic way at Ngong Ping 360 in Hong Kong.
CNN Goes Multi-platform in Nigeria
This week, CNN announced it's launching a new, multi-platform operation in Lagos, Nigeria, giving a network a nimble, broad-based, digital-first presence in Africa's most-populous country.
Oh!K Expands Its Reach
Tribe users can view a robust line up of top-rated premium drama series, variety shows and music programming between 24 and 48 hours after their debut on Oh!K.
New Multi-Platform Partnership Offers Fresh Korean Content
Today, Turner announced a multi-platform partnership with leading telecommunications company PCCW to bring the best Korean entertainment to Hong Kong.
Cartoon Network Anything Launches in SE Asia
Today, Cartoon Network announced the launch of a digital TV network in Southeast Asia. The digital TV network was built as a mobile app specifically for a phone or tablet, an innovation that's never been seen before in the region. The Cartoon Network Anything app delivers content such as games, activities, quizzes and interactive video games that showcase hit franchises such as Adventure Time, We Bare Bears, Regular Show, The Amazing World of Gumball and others.
The Art of the Brick Lands Down Under
(Above: Nathan Sawaya and one of his many LEGO sculptures.)
Australian-Made Animation Bolsters Line-Up Down Under
This just in! Four Australian-made animation projects will join Cartoon Network's regional programming line-up in 2016, sitting alongside originals like We Bare Bears, The Powerpuff Girls, Adventure Time and Ben 10.
Down Under with LEGO Batmobile
(Above: LEGO brick artist Nathan Sawaya unveiled the world’s largest LEGO Batmobile)
APAC Gets to Watch and Play with Boomerang
Turner's Asia Pacific Boomerang channel launched a new mobile app and new-look websites this week. Boomerang's Watch and Play allows users to simultaneously watch video from their favorite animated content and play games. The app is available throughout Southeast Asia and Australia, and free to download from the Google Play Store or the App Store.