Cartoon Network's Upfront Slate Focuses on Diversity and Multiplatform Offerings

Offers podcasts and AR games in addition to new animated series

When it comes to the kids upfront, Cartoon Network doesn’t throw big events like competitors Disney and Nickelodeon. Instead, the network prefers to let its slate do the talking.

And as Cartoon Network president Christina Miller and her team participate in their annual upfront roadshow, they are sharing a lineup of new animated series, podcasts and games.

“We always have our eye towards how our audience is consuming. Cartoon Network continues to evolve, not just our programming strategy, but our content as well, to meet those needs,” said Miller, who also oversees Adult Swim and Boomerang.

The network takes pride in its new series featuring a diverse “community of talent and creators that reflect our audience,” said Miller.



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