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Cartoon Network winning through free-to-air

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Posted 11 July 2017, 5.40am edt

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Cartoon Network’s strategy of securing branded blocks on key commercial outlets has been rewarded with significant audience returns. The new series of The Powerpuff Girls became the number one commercial show for girls aged 4-9 when it launched in...


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