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Toper Tayler on Cookie Jar’s Saturday Morning Animation

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Toper Taylor, founder and current President/COO of Cookie Jar Entertainment, has been interviewed by Newsarama’s Animated Shorts about CJE’s current lineup of programming on the KidsWB! Saturday morning block, including Johnny Test, Magi-Nation, Will & DeWitt, and the upcoming World of Quest. Taylor discusses what he sees as the strengths of his company and how the takeover of the KidsWB! by 4Kids Entertainment will affect his company’s offerings.

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