Cartoon Network Starts Anime Broadband Venture

Filed in archive Internet TV on April 27, 2006

Cartoon Network Starts Anime Broadband Venture
(excerpts from Advertising Age)

anime and action cartoon lovers are about to get an injection of programming formerly unavailable in the U.S., thanks to a joint broadband TV venture between Turner Broadcasting's Cartoon Network and San Francisco-based anime licenser VIZ Media.

The service, titled Toonami Jetstream, launches July 17 and will provide on-demand full-length streaming episodes of current domestic hits such as "Naruto" and "Samurai Jack" as well as new-to-the-U.S. programs "Hikaru No Go," "MAR" and "The Prince of Tennis." Turner, which is part of Time Warner, will sell advertising on the offering.

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