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Cartoon Network (Taiwan)

Cartoon Network
卡通頻道
The logo since October 1, 2011.
Launched 1 January 1995
Owned by Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific
Slogan "Are You CN What We're Sayin'?"
Country Republic of China (Taiwan)
Language Standard Chinese
Broadcast area Taiwan
Website www.CartoonNetwork.com.tw
Availability
Cable
Taiwan Cable Channel 22

Cartoon Network in Taiwan (Chinese: 卡通頻道; pinyin: Kǎtōng píndào) is the Taiwanese version of the American Cartoon Network.

History

On 31 August 2008, the format of Cartoon Network's bumpers and commercials changed and also CN changed the name of Cartoon Network Theatre to Cartoon Network Popcorn with the major visual theme being the recurring 'dynamic line' in all the station IDs and bumps etc. On 1 October 2011, Cartoon Network introduced its new branding and logo. Designed by Brand New School, it makes heavy use of the black and white checkerboard motif, as well as various CMYK color variations and patterns.

Programs

Logos

References

External links

  • Official website (Actual site not accessible in most countries, and URL will re-direct to a local official site)


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