Wednesday, November 14

The Newest Turner and Sky content-contract increases Sky’s portfolio to over 4,500 episodes of kids’ show!!!

European heavyweight in pay-TV segment –Sky has entered into an agreement which sealed a long term content–contract for several shows from Cartoon Network, Boomerang and preschool channel Cartoonito.unnamed-11European heavyweight in pay-TV segment –Sky has entered into an agreement which sealed a long term content –contract for several shows from Cartoon Network, Boomerang and preschool channel Cartoonito.

The pact includes highly famous titles like Cartoon Network’s Regular , The Powerpuff Girls and Ben 10, as well as Boomerang classics likes Scooby Doo, Tom & Jerry and Looney Tunes.

Also, according to the deal sealed, Sky also enjoys an exclusive on-demand access to box sets of the Amazing World of Gumball and Adventure Time.

Kids can watch the shows either through the just launched Sky Kids app (that streams both original and third-party content) or via the Sky Kids tile on the Sky TV homepage, which provides access to all on-demand kids shows and movies as well as a view of what’s currently playing on linear channels Cartoon Network and Boomerang.

Sky’s on-demand views have increased fivefold since the tile was added last summer.

Sky’s latest programming push brings its total number of on-demand episodes of kids shows to 4,500.

The Customer base of Sky has over 21 million that spans across U.K, Ireland, Germany, Austria and Italy.

The pact includes highly famous titles like Cartoon Network’s Regular , The Powerpuff Girls and Ben 10, as well as Boomerang classics likes Scooby Doo, Tom & Jerry and Looney Tunes.

Also, according to the deal sealed, Sky also enjoys an exclusive on-demand access to box sets of the Amazing World of Gumball and Adventure Time.

Kids can watch the shows either through the just launched Sky Kids app (that streams both original and third-party content) or via the Sky Kids tile on the Sky TV homepage, which provides access to all on-demand kids shows and movies as well as a view of what’s currently playing on linear channels Cartoon Network and Boomerang.

Sky’s on-demand views have increased fivefold since the tile was added last summer.

Sky’s latest programming push brings its total number of on-demand episodes of kids shows to 4,500.

The Customer base of Sky has over 21 million that spans across U.K, Ireland, Germany, Austria and Italy.