Cartoon Network adds live streaming video for authenticated iOS users

Cartoon Network adds live streaming video for authenticated iOS users
Cartoon Network, the number one television network for U.S. boys age 6-11, will soon start streaming live feeds of its programming on iOS devices to those authenticated and satellite subscribers. The Turner Broadcasting System owned network announced this during its advertising Upfronts on Tuesday. This is when advertisers commit their ad spending for the upcoming fall television season and with the potential of more viewers watching, higher advertising rates can be charged. The Cartoon Network feed is similar to the WATCH ESPN live feed from Disney for iOS and Android that was added to last week with the WATCH Disney, WATCH Disney Jr. and WATCH Disney HD apps that are available to authenticated Comcast customers using an iOS or Android device. Non-authenticated users of the Watch Disney series of streaming video will be able to view a limited number of on-demand programs each month.source: CartoonNetwork via Engadget



1. mas11

Posts: 1034; Member since: Mar 30, 2012

iOS is the perfect mobile OS to stream a kid's channel to.

2. JcHnd

Posts: 286; Member since: Apr 30, 2012

Is that still a channel? Anyways not really any worthy thing to watch in that feed...

3. adi4u4882

Posts: 137; Member since: Jan 10, 2012

My most Favorite Channel in my Childhood. But i don't think any 2000's kid is gonna watch *** cartoons like ben 10.

4. good2great

Posts: 1042; Member since: Feb 22, 2012


5. InspectorGadget80 unregistered

Cartoon Network is crap now and days. the last great cartoon I last saw was SAMURAI JACK COURAGE THE COWARDLY DOG and Teen Titans. Plus we used to have TOONAMI early 2000s.

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