• A bonkers idea which took influences from books such as Where the Wild Things Are
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• Mediaweek talks marketing strategy with Cartoon Network's Robi Stanton
• Cartoon Network decided to double down on its investment in Planet 1UP
The two media outlets will host a screening at the Hoyts Entertainment Quarter in Sydney on September 4.
Mediaweek’s Peter Olszewski rounds up the latest media news from the Asian market.
Cartoon Network is bringing back The Powerpuff Girls after 20 years.
Cartoon Network has announced that four Australian-made animation projects will be part of its regional programming lineup in 2016.
TV leaders talk disruption: Details of 2015 ASTRA September Conference now available
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The Chaser’s comedy album – almost a decade after albums disappear
Seven to reduce advertising content and ad break length
10 Play rolls out unified app strategy on Telstra TV
Matt Okine on return to breakfast with his triple j co-host Alex Dyson
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ARIA Chart: Teskey Brothers score first #1, first Oz live #1 since AC/DC