Cartoon Network announced that it will soon begin streaming its on-air content live across multiple platforms. Streaming will include online at CartoonNetwork.com, plus digital streaming for mobile viewers on the iPod, iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad.
Presented as part of Cartoon Network’s advertising Upfront Wednesday (4/18) in Los Angeles, the network said the announcement further expands its TV Everywhere strategy to provide content for viewers on all screens.
“It is our commitment to the TV Everywhere strategy to let our audiences enjoy our shows whenever and wherever they want,” said Stuart Snyder, president and COO, Turner Broadcasting’s Animation, Young Adults & Kids Media (AYAKM). “Soon, viewers will be able to catch Cartoon Network anywhere and everywhere—whether they are in front of their television or maybe even at the airport waiting for a flight, we will be available for viewers to experience the live telecast seamlessly.”
Cartoon Network bills itself as television’s #1 network with boys 6-11. It is currently seen in 99 million US homes and 168 countries around the world. It is part of Turner Broadcasting System, owned by Time Warner.