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Month: January 2009

Help give Arthur a pal!

Help give Arthur a pal!Arthur, from PBS Kids Go!, is in need of a best pal — and he’s looking for your help to find one!  Or… CREATE one, I should say!  Arthur and CVS Caremark All Kids Can are teaming together for the “Arthur/All Kids can Character Search.”  Kids between the ages of 6 and 12 are invited to submit their ideas for a new character, specifically one with a unique ability, trait, or disability.  Just send in a drawing and description of what makes your character special before March 31st, 2009.  To get the official entry form with all the details, go to www.pbskidsgo.org/arthur/allkidscan starting tomorrow.  The winning selection will be featured in a live-action segment on an episode of Arthur!

Watch the Disney Channel on your Verizon Wireless device

Watch the Disney Channel on your Verizon Wireless deviceDisney has extended their agreement to offer full episodes from a number of Disney Channel series to Verizon mobile devices.  This includes; Hannah Montana, The Suite Life on Deck, and Phineas and Ferb, to name a few.  Full episodes will be available on demand on V Cast Video the day after they appear on TV.  The House of Mouse no longer has to be in your house!

Commander Clark makes friends in Italy, Spain, and France

Commander Clark

Before the series is even done, Commander Clark has already made some friends in nice places. Cartoon Network France, Cartoon Network Italy, and Cartoon Network Spain have each already signed the flash and CGI animated series Commander Clark.  Not a bad deal!  The show is based on an idea from Go-N’s Eric Garnet and Anne de Galard.

Tom and Jerry to return?

Tom and JerryIt’s very possible we could still be seeing the famous cat and mouse duo on the big screen very soon.  Warner Bros and Hanna-Barbera are exploring ways to make Tom and Jerry a movie series.  The idea is to use a mix of live-action and animated scenes, where Tom and Jerry being animated and set in real environments, similar to the mix found in the Scooby Doo movies, another Hanna-Barbera / Warner Bros. production.

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