Cartoon Network UK Teams Up With WAH Nails Salon In London For Powerpuff Girls Themed Nails

Cartoon Network UK Teams Up With WAH Nails Salon In London For Powerpuff Girls Themed Nails

Cartoon Network UK Teams Up With WAH Nails Salon In London For Powerpuff Girls Themed Nails

WAH Nails, a popular nail salon located in London’s Soho district has partnered up with Cartoon Network Enterprises EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) to offer a special Powerpuff Girls themed experience, which will run from today (7th September) until Thursday 5th October.

WAH customers will be able to get some of that super cute and super fierce girl power with their manicures and pedicures, with several different Powerpuff Girls themed nail art designs to choose from, with a wide choice of colours including Blossom’s, Bubbles’s and Buttercup’s famous colours. In addition, fun animations of The Powerpuff Girls will be shown on screens in the salon to entertain visitors.

The new collaboration follows the successful Powerpuff Girls Emporium – a Powerpuff Girls themed pop-up shop in London which opened in June for three days only which was opened by Britain’s Got Talent judge – Alesha Dixon.

Johanne Broadfield, Vice President of Cartoon Network Enterprises EMEA made this statement in regards of the Powerpuff Girls collaboration with WAH Nails:

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with WAH London to offer our fans and theirs a totally new experience at the salon. The reaction to this collaboration has generated a lot of excitement across the board, and we can’t wait for guests of WAH to become immersed in the uniquely super cute and super fierce world of The Powerpuff Girls. The designs the team there have created for this event are spot on.”

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Cartoon Network Shows Now Available On National Express’s On Board Entertainment System

Cartoon Network Shows Now Available On National Express's On Board Entertainment System

Cartoon Network Shows Now Available On National Express’s On Board Entertainment System

Turner’s Cartoon Network and British coach company – National Express have partnered up to add the channel’s animated content onto National Express’s VUER (View, Unwind, Enjoy, Relax) on-board entertainment system. While on journeys, kids will get to enjoy Cartoon Network’s animated action and comedy shows including Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls and We Bare Bears on their phones and tablets via the free on-board Wi-Fi service. While the kids are being entertained by Ben’s alien adventures or by the super cute and fierce Powerpuff Girls, adults can watch episodes of lifestyle, travel and business programming from CNN International or enjoy Great Big Story’s cinematic storytelling on the VUER entertainment system for no extra charge.

From this week, the content offered by Turner (via their CNN International Commercial division) is now available on National Express’s 550 coach fleet across the United Kingdom, also to promote the partnership, select National Express coaches travelling to and from London Stansted Airport or London Luton Airport will feature a specially designed Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls, We Bare Bears, CNN or Great Big Story themed livery at the coach’s rear. Also people travelling with National Express will get to enter competitions featuring prizes from Cartoon Network and other Turner brands.

The VUER system was introduced last November, since its launch, more than a million unique users have registered to use the service. National Express coach passengers using VUER can surf the internet, read magazines, and enjoy movies and TV programmes.

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From The National Express Press Release: Cartoon Heroes Set To Animate Summer Coach Travel

National Express is revealing that brand new content is going live on its coaches featuring some of the nation’s most popular cartoon heroes to entertain kids this summer.

The UK’s largest coach operator has partnered with Turner to add content from CNN, Great Big Story and popular Cartoon Network programming, including Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls, and We Bare Bears, to its award-winning on-board entertainment system VUER.

To celebrate the partnership, a number of Stansted and Luton coaches will be wrapped with show-stopping Cartoon Network, Great Big Story and CNN liveries to show off the fantastic new shows available on board.

From this week, kids can watch their favourite cartoons, free of charge on VUER with their phones and tablets via the free Wi-Fi. From super cute and super fierce Powerpuff Girls, to alien-morphing action in Ben 10 and hilarious tech-savvy bear brothers in We Bare Bears, VUER will keep them entertained during the journey.

Parents meanwhile can keep up to date and informed thanks to the new addition on VUER of lifestyle programmes from CNN. Recent episodes of the network’s style, travel and business shows include interviews with Lewis Hamilton, Gwyneth Paltrow and in-depth looks at destinations such as Bangkok, Barcelona and Marrakech. Passengers can also enjoy Great Big Story’s cinematic storytelling, which travels the world to discover the untold, the overlooked and the amazing.

Under the new partnership established by CNN International Commercial (CNNIC) and National Express, the new content will be available on VUER across the 550 strong coach fleet – doubtless a big plus to parents looking to keep their kids entertained while travelling this summer.

National Express VUER (View, Unwind, Enjoy, Relax) allows customers to enjoy hours of free entertainment – as well as news, weather and journey updates – on their own devices from the comfort of their seat.

Introduced in November last year, VUER is proving incredibly popular – more than 1million unique users have registered to use the system and the app has been downloaded over 100,000 times.

The service means National Express coach passengers can browse the internet, read up to £20 worth of magazines, enjoy films and television programmes as they travel – all for the cost of a coach ticket.

National Express Coach Managing Director Chris Hardy said: “We are delighted to announce this fantastic new cartoon and news content on VUER– a superb addition to the already broad range of content available on board our services – making journeys on coaches even more enjoyable and relaxing. We are looking forward to expanding our partnership with Turner with the possibility adding more of their excellent programmes in the future.”

Rachelle Peterson, Global Director, Commercial Distribution, CNN International Commercial said: “We’re excited to offer a wide range of programmes from Cartoon Network’s top kids’ shows to keep the children entertained on their journeys on National Express and give adults the chance to explore destinations and stories from CNN lifestyle shows and Great Big Story videos. This is a great example of how Turner’s premium content can enhance the travel experience.”

Furthermore, Turner has teamed up with National Express to offer its customers the chance to win exclusive prizes. Look out for The Powerpuff Girls, Ben 10 and We Bare Bears branded buses and visit for more details on how to enter.

Cartoon Network And Warner Bros UK Licensing Awards 2017 Nominations

Cartoon Network And Warner Bros UK Licensing Awards 2017 Nominations

Cartoon Network And Warner Bros UK Licensing Awards 2017 Nominations

Last Friday (28/07/2017), the UK Licensing Awards have released their list of nominations for this year’s awards and two of Cartoon Network’s shows have been nominated in the best property categories. Cartoon Network’s The Powerpuff Girls was nominated in the “Best Children’s or Tween Licensed Property (age group 5-12)” and Adventure Time has been nominated in the “Best Teen or Adult Licensed Property” category. The UK Licensing Awards celebrates the best of licensed merchandise, entertainment properties, marketing campaigns and product innovation during the last twelve months.

Cartoonito UK’s recently acquired show – Thomas and Friends has also been nominated in the “Best Preschool Licensed Property (age group 0-5)” category. Cartoon Network’s sister companies – Warner Bros. and HBO have also been given nominations too in different categories. HBO’s Game of Thrones is competing for “Best Teen or Adult Licensed Property” with Adventure Time. Warner Bros’ The LEGO Batman Movie has also been nominated in the “Best Film Licensed Property” category and HBO’s/Cartoonito UK’s Sesame Street has been nominated in “The Classic Licensed Property Award” category, alongside Cartoonito’s Fireman Sam.

In the product categories, The LEGO Batman Movie Range has been nominated in the “Best Licensed Toys or Games Range” category, with DC Super Hero Girls and LEGO Batman costumes being nominated in the “Best Licensed Dress-Up or Partyware Range” category. DC Comics’ Be A Superhero This Summer at Intu shopping centres has also been nominated for Best Retail Execution and Warner Bros’ advertising collaboration with Halifax Bank featuring classic Hanna-Barbera cartoon characters (such as Fred Flintstone, Top Cat and Scooby-Doo who are also closely associated with Cartoon Network’s Boomerang channel) has been nominated in the “Best Licensed Marketing Communications Award” category.

The winners in all categories will be revealed at the UK Licensing Awards 2017 ceremony on Tuesday 12th September, which will be held in The Great Room of The Grosvenor House Hotel, London.

Nomination lists of all the 2017 UK Licensing Awards nominees can be found on the link below:

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