Vice President and Executive Producer
Vice President of Content Acquisitions and Co-Productions
Cartoon Network was founded in the year 1992. The company has been active for over 26 years now. The company is a subsidiary of the Time Warner Incorporated. Before launching the channel, Turner Entertainment (which was acquired by Time Warner) bought the Hanna Barbera Productions for $320 million. When the channel was launched, it was only provided by 233 cable operators. Slowly that number started to rise gradually, and by 1994, it was the fifth most popular channel in the USA. In the year 1997, the company launched another channel known as Toonami. Then in the year 2010, the company started to find its new identity and also update the channel logo as well. Finally, in the year 2016, AT&T prospected to buy Time Warner company for around $108 billion. As of the year 2019, the company plans to open its first hotel for amusement in Lancaster County, USA.
The headquarters of the company is based in One Time Warner Center, situated in the city of New York. The state name is New York, and pin code of the area is 10019-8016.
Cartoon Network is a cable television channel that has its roots in America and is focused on providing various kinds of kids shows and cartoon shows for the children and teens aged 7 to 15, who watch this channel mostly. The channel has its presence in over 160 countries, all around the world. Also, the channel is watched by more than 94 million homes in the USA as well, as of the year 2016. The channel is currently broadcasted on Hulu and even YouTube as well. The number of employees presently working is less than 500.
The primary services provided by the company is allowing customers to have entertainment and leisure time with the help of the various cartoon shows hosted by Cartoon Network. With the help of these shows, the company increase the interaction between the customers and the company producing them.
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