The What-A-Cartoon! Show was developed in 1995 and it was to be the third original series that was aired by Cartoon Network. It was a great creative animation show that had a series of short cartoons which were able to keep everyone entertained. The Ren and Stimpy Show creator John Kricfalusi was among one of many Cartoon Network executives who had a role in creating and maintaining the show as a whole.
1996 was another important year for the Cartoon Network, when the likes of Turner merged with Time Warner. This meant that Turner did not just have access to all the biggest and best cartoons, but they owned them alongside Time Warner, setting Cartoon Network up to be even bigger and even better.
Times change with any business or organization and most recently on May 29th, 2010, Cartoon Network released their new logo. The old one had been used since 2004, so it was certainly time for a fresh image. The fresh image was accompanied by a new slogan which was bold and straight to the point for all viewers “This is Cartoon Network!”.
There had been a lot of shuffling around with cartoons and programs on the network. Rescue Heroes was to be the first show ever aired on the new network, whilst some of the programs now had the incorporation of some 2D characters to create that much better image. It was time for a change and Cartoon Network started to palm off some of the smaller and not so popular shows to their sister channel, Boomerang.
Something called Noods was introduced in February 2010. They were formed by actual objects, which included the likes of paint, grass, and confetti. Logos were also coming thick and fast at this point with one being released in March 2010. The new logo was designed and incorporated to go along with their “Move It Movement” tour which was happening throughout the year.
Cartoon Network has been a successful channel since 1992 and the future for the channel does look extremely stable. By keeping up with current and new trends they are able to place themselves in the running for being the most popular kids channel on American TV.number of view: 3430