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Cartoon Network & Pogo to offer fresh content for Diwali

Cartoon Network and Pogo are celebrating the festive season with a line-up of latest movies like ‘Chhota Bheem and the Shinobi Secret’ and ‘Oggy: I Love India’.

Da Vinci Media plans to launch kids channel in India

European broadcaster to float Indian subsidiary and launch Da Vinci Learning channel; waits for government clearance. Da Vinci has applied to the government for permission to invest up to 100 per cent in a wholly-owned subsidiary.

Cartoon Network to premiere Stan Lee’s ‘Chakra: The Invincible’

Kids broadcaster has joined hands with Graphic India and POW! Entertainment to air noted comic writer Stan Lee’s first Indian superhero film Chakra: The Invincible.

Hungama TV gets new look, plans to add local shows

Hungama TV plans to offer more localised content to its viewers as part of its strategy to increase share in the competitive kids TV broadcasting.

CBeebies back in lndia via content deal with ZeeQ

The agreement will see ZeeQ airing CBeebies programmes from Mondays to Thursdays for an hour between 9:30 am–10.30 am.

Viacom18 launches Nick Jr. to enter preschool segment in India

Viacom18 ventures into pre-school segment with Nick Jr. which is also its third channel in kid’s genre after Nick and Sonic.

Disney expands kids TV bouquet with launch of Disney Junior

The pre-school channel targeted at 2-7 kids has been priced at Rs 13.3 on analogue cable and Rs 5.62 on digital networks.

TRAI takes stock of ad duration on TV channels

TRAI invokes Cable Television Networks Regulation Act 1995 to cap ad duration on TV channels to 12 minutes in a clock hour.