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- May 13, 2001
The Cartoon Network is available 24 hours a day with Hebrew subtitles. In April, the Cartoon Network received blanket coverage when it introduced Tom and Jerry animator Karl Torge to the country's press. In addition, there has been a rapidly expanding demand for licensed product in the market.
Worldwide, the Cartoon
Network airs animated cartoons 24 hour a day, seven days a week on eight
feeds in nine languages on digital and analogue satellite, cable and DTT
in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
The Mummy Returns
and Spy Kids Reach Blockbuster Status
The Mummy Returns
could easily gross over $200 million at the Box Office this year.
Lost Empire Score Being Released May 22, 2001
The score for Atlantis: The Lost Empire is composed by James Newton Howard who was recently recognized with an Animatasia Award (recognizing excellence in the animation industry) for "Best Animated Soundtrack" for his Dinosaur compositions.
This is the third straight year that Howard has scored a Disney movie. The last two movies he scored - Dinosaur and The Sixth Sense - were both blockbusters at the Box Office.
News Link of the
Day - How SpongeBob Became the Coolest Marine Animal on Television
the perpetual child, is a fan. So is street-weary troubadour Tom Waits.
For a cartoon aimed
at children ages 2 to 11, Nickelodeon's buck-toothed, googly-eyed, silly,
earnest and good-hearted cartoon yellow sea sponge, a whiz with the spatula
and a master jellyfisher, attracts quite a large adult audience
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