Cartoon Network Late October 2018 News In Brief
Jorel’s Brother Gets A Positive Response From MIPCOM Last Week (15th to 18th October)
Last week at MIPCOM, Copa Studio’s and Cartoon Network Latin America’s Jorel’s Brother (Brazilian Portuguese title: Irmão do Jorel) was met with positive responses from countries in Asia, Europe and Oceania regarding the show’s planned internationalisation, there was also interest for Copa Studio’s Trunk Train (Brazilian Portuguese title: Tromba Trem) and Haunted Tales for Wicked Kids (Brazilian Portuguese title: Historietas Assombradas para Crianças Malcriadas), both shows have aired on Cartoon Network Latin America and Cartoon Network Brazil.
Eight New Episodes of Monica’s Gang To Be Screened at Cinemark Cinemas In Brazil
On 2nd to 4th November, 17 Cinemark cinemas will be showing eight never before seen of the Monica’s Gang (Brazilian Portuguese title: Turma da Mônica) animated series from season two, plus some additional special content at 12.50pm every day. Monica’s Gang is a popular Brazilian comic book franchise created by Mauricio de Sousa, the animated television adaptation of the same name which will be shown in cinemas airs on Cartoon Network Latin America and Cartoon Network Brazil.
Turner Putting Fans at the Center Keynote Speech at Incite Group Brand Marketing Summit In New York (24th to 25th October)
Turner’s Global Chief Communications and Corporate Marketing Officer Molly Battin was a keynote speaker at the Incite Brand Marketing Summit in New York this week (24th and 25th October), the speech was about how to build a fandom also about Turner’s new global brand campaign – “We Make Fans”, the keynote speech was called “Putting Fans at the Center”.
Turner’s Global Chief Communications and Corporate Marketing Officer Molly Battin was a keynote speaker at the Incite Brand Marketing Summit this week, sharing what building a fandom entails: https://t.co/jkwOIRWHOc #incitesummit pic.twitter.com/yZcn9MeCHH
— Turner (@Turner) October 25, 2018