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Strong Ratings for CN’s "Transformers Animated" and "George" Sneak Peek


Cartoon Network has announced that the series premiere of Transformers Animated has landed at #1 in its time period with boys 6-11 and boys 2-11, based on preliminary Nielsen rating data. Read the full press release here.

In another story, the network is announcing strong ratings data for the George of the Jungle sneak peek, which aired on Friday, January 11, 2008, with ratings between 89%-115% higher than for the same time period in 2007. Read the full press release here.

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