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Cartoon Network is a US television station of the Turner Broadcasting System. Its program consists mainly of US and European cartoon series as well as Japanese animes. Outside the United States, there are several cartoon network stations, the oldest of which are located in Great Britain and Latin America.

An HD simulcast version of Cartoon Network has been broadcast on Viacom’s network since 15 October 2012.

History

The station first broadcast its program on October 1, 1992; The WB initially acquired the rights to several television series such as Tom & Jerry Kids, Pinky and the Brain, Captain Planet and ThunderCats. Also the archives of the Hanna Barbera series (The Jetsons, Family Feuerstein) were used. From 1996, however, the Cartoon Network Studios produced more and more of their own cartoons, so-called Cartoon Cartoons such as Dexters Labor, Johnny Bravo, Cow and Chicken, I Am Weasel and Powerpuff Girls. Boomerang was founded in 2000 and specializes in broadcasting older series from the repertoire of Hanna Barbera, Warner Bros. and MGM. Also some new spin-off series of older cartoons (for example Duck Dodgers or Taz-Mania) are shown on Boomerang.

In Germany, where Cartoon Network is based in Munich, it can only be received as an encrypted pay-TV service via cable television (Unitymedia, Vodafone Kabel Deutschland, Kabel BW and KabelKiosk), satellite and IPTV (Arcor, HanseNet, Deutsche Telekom, Magine TV). Since August 2007, the channel has also been broadcast on satellite via the pay-TV provider arenaSat and since September 1, 2007, it has also been broadcast via the Sky World Extra package of the pay-TV provider Sky Deutschland. In Switzerland, the channel can be received via Cablecom. In Austria, the channel can be received via UPC.

Since the end of the 1990s, Cartoon Network has included more and more animes in its program. Today, the station has the largest anime program of all American stations.

Program

Miguzi started on April 19, 2004 and includes the Cartoon Network program between 16:00 and 17:30 hours. This block will broadcast series for a younger audience, currently featuring the anime series Yu-Gi-Oh! GX and Pokémon as well as the cartoons Teen Titans and Ben 10. Furthermore, series like Code Lyoko, Totally Spies and Winx Club (European productions) as well as Zatch Bell! (Gash!) and Rave Master (Animes from Japan) alongside American cartoons like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

This block is not shown in Germany, because Cartoon Network has a program with multiple repeating series.

The Toonami block is broadcast every Saturday from 17:30 to 23:00 hours, there are especially shown anime series for a youthful and adult program. This program window was first broadcast on March 17, 1997. It features successful animes such as Dragonball Z, Sailor Moon, One Piece, Naruto and Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo. Currently the whole program consists of animes. Like the Miguzi block, the Toonami block is not broadcast in Germany.

This block broadcasts Japanese and American series for an adult audience. It features Robot Chicken, Futurama, Family Guy, Inu Yasha and Ghost in the Shell. This track is not broadcast in Germany on Cartoon Network, but on the subscription TV channel TNT Comedy and on free TV on DMAX.

Cartoon Network outside the USA

On 17 September 1993, the channel launched its programme in Great Britain, followed by Latin America and Australia in 1995.

Today there are CN channels in Asia (e.g. India, Japan, Pakistan, Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey), Germany and other European countries (e.g. Bulgaria, France, Italy, Poland, Romania, Scandinavia, Spain, Hungary). For the most part, these can only be received via pay-TV platforms.

Cartoon Network UK & Ireland

In Germany, Cartoon Network UK was free to receive via the Astra satellite for a long time in the 1990s and was also fed into various cable networks. The station was then called Cartoon Network Europe. Since October 1999, Cartoon Network UK & Ireland has been encrypted to avoid problems with the British pay-TV provider BSkyB and to stop competing with the numerous country-specific cartoon network broadcasters.

Cartoon Network UK & Ireland can no longer be received in Germany and Austria. In Switzerland, in a few cable networks, Cartoon Network France broadcasts its programme in two-channel sound (French/English).

Cartoon Network Germany

From 3 September 2005, a cartoon network programme block was broadcast every Saturday on kabel eins in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. On 5 December 2006, Cartoon Network went on air in Germany as a full programme. On 19 December 2013, the Cartoon Network programme block was set to kabel eins.