Cartoon Network International News Thread 9.0

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Cartoon Network Japan February 2021 Highlights

- Some kind of "Cat Month" programming stunt, where they air shows starring cats every Sunday afternoon at 10:00-12:00 and 16:00-18:00. (Gumball, Mao Mao, Sylvester & Tweety, and Oggy I think?)
- "Long-awaited" new episodes of Gumball will finally air in Japan
- A show called "Shizuku-chan" (しずくちゃんパッ) joins the channel lineup


(sorry I'm not good at translating Japanese)
 
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These bumpers make me miss CN Africa a lot. I wonder what would have happened if it was still the EMEA feed.
Luckily, some of these bumpers are uploaded onto YouTube by TV continuity channels and in most cases by the staff who made the presentation onto Vimeo or sometimes Behance so they can be enjoyed by everyone.
 

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I can't find the EMEA promos for the premieres of Ben 10 / My GymPartner's a Monkey (in 2006, one promo) and Fantastic 4 (in 2007). Are they lost?
 

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Hmmmm... it looks like CN NL gets 8 or 9 new European programs every five years.
We still get just as much European programs as in the past, but they are taken off the air quickly.
They COULD air more European programs at night instead of so much Gumball, but they don't seem to care at all.

List of European programs on CN NL

1997-1999
1) Ivanhoe: The Kings' Knight (1997)
2) Omer and the Starchild (1997)
3) Thomas the Tank Engine (1997)
4) The Fruitties (1997)
5) The Real Story Of... (1997)
6) The Tidings (since 1995 on CN UK/Europe, since the late 90s on CN NL)
7) Bob the Builder (1999)
8) Little Monsters (1999)
2000-2004
1) Mort and Phil (2000)
2) Fat Dog Mendoza (2001)
3) The Cramp Twins (2001)
4) Spaced Out (2003)
2005-2009
1) King Arthur's Disasters (2005)
2) Robotboy (2006)
3) The Amazing Adrenalini Brothers (2007)
4) Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes (2007, Marvel / Moonscoop coproduction)
5) Skunk Fu! (2007, no subtitles)
6) Eliot Kid (2008)
7) Chop Socky Chooks (2008)
8) Best Ed (2009)
2010-2014
1) Hero: 108 (2010)
2) Angelo Rules (2010)
3) The Garfield Show (2011)
4) Ben 10: De Ultieme Uitdaging (2011)
5) Redakai: Conquer the Kairu (2012)
6) Cartoon Network Chcecker (2012)
7) Gormiti: Nature Unleashed (2013)
8) Lego Mixels (2014, Lego / Cartoon Network coproduction)
9) Xiaolin Chronicles (2014, Warner Bros / Lagardère coproduction)
2015-2019
1) Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu (2015, Lego / Warner Bros coproduction)
2) Cartoon Network: GPS Expedition (2015)
3) Die Mega Mega Mega Mega Cartoon Network Show (2016)
4) Angry Birds Toons (2017)
5) The Heroic Quest of the Valiant Prince Ivandoe (2018)
6) Ben 10 Challenge (2018, was this European?)
7) Lego Unikitty (2018, Lego / Warner Bros coproduction)
8) Piggy Tales (2018)
2020-2024
1) Power Players (2020)
2) Elliott from Earth (2021)
 

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It makes much more sense to have non-Wintery specific graphics for Sub-Saharan Africa, and the French team seems good at spending money on them
 

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Does this mean that from 1 January 2021 when this Czech license comes there will be no censorship on CN shows on CN Poland?
Unfortunately no, the channel will still be subject to UK regulations, the Czech licence only exists to ensure legal carriage of the channel via streaming after the Brexit transition period has ended, WarnerMedia only filed for satellite licenses for countries that did not sign the 1989 Council of Europe broadcasting treaty. As the stream is a clone of the feed via satellite, it will also be subject to the same rules.

There maybe some good news however, WarnerMedia Poland is now treated seperately, but with some affiliation with the German operations, whether this means Poland will continue to receive the additional edits imposed by the German team, I do not know.

What does CN UK mostly use as filler
CN UK very rarely uses fillers as the channel is fully ad-supported, plus sponsorships. However during the COVID-19 lockdown in the summer, there were these Adventure Time music video fillers, Lamput shorts, as well as Lockdown Dropdown due to the drop in ad revenue.
 
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Ben 10 Challenge was European. A handful of versions were made for different markets. We got the Spanish version, dubbed but with the Spanish track in the second audio track normally reserved for English. Strange since Doraemon was in Portuguese on both audio channels
 
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