Cartoon Network Ratings Highlights for 4th Quarter 2010

Comparing 4th Quarter 2010 to its 4th Quarter 2009 performance, Cartoon Network’s prime time delivery and ratings increased across all kid demos—average kids 6-11 delivery (530,000) grew by 6% and ratings (2.1) by 5%, kids 2-11 delivery (770,000) grew by 4% and ratings (1.9) by 6%, and kids 9-14 delivery (403,000) grew by 4% and ratings (1.7) by 6%. The network’s quarterly performance with boys also charted gains vs. last year: boys 6-11 delivery (404,000) grew by 13% and ratings (3.2) by 14%, boys 2-11 delivery (547,000) grew by 9% and ratings (2.6) by 8%, and boys 9-14 delivery (304,000) grew by 8% and ratings (2.4) by 4%.

Disney Channel Ratings Highlights for 2010

Powered by an unparalleled slate of original programming for kids and families — notably newcomers “Shake It Up and family comedy “Good Luck Charlie,” and “Hannah Montana Forever” — and the No. 1 TV/Cable movie with “Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam,” Disney Channel recorded its most-watched year in the network’s history in Total Viewers and key kid targets.

Disney XD Ratings Highlights for 2010

With strong performance by the network’s expanding slate of original series — most notably its No. 1 series “Pair of Kings” and its No. 1 original animated series “Kick Buttowski” — along with Disney theatricals “Toy Story,” “Toy Story 2” and “Ratatouille,” Disney XD delivered its largest annual audience in the net’s history in Total Day (includes Toon Disney) in Total Viewers (270,000) and across all key kid targets, including Kids 6-14 (132,000), Boys 6-14 (86,000), Kids 6-11 (107,000) and Boys 6-11 (69,000), posting solid double-digit percent increases in all key breaks.

“R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series” Premieres Saturday, December 25 on The Hub

Coming to The Hub on Christmas Day is “R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series,” a half-hour, live-action children’s anthological storytelling series, featuring the best-selling author of kids horror and the master of scary takes, R.L. Stine (Goosebumps, Fear Street, Mostly Ghostly). The series will debut with two new episodes back-to-back, “A Creature Was Stirring” (8 p.m. ET) and “The Dead Body” (8:30 p.m. ET).

Nickelodeon Names Participants of 11th Annual Fellowship for Diverse Writers

Nickelodeon has named three new participants for its 11th annual Fellowship for Diverse Writers, it was announced today by Karen Kirkland, Executive Director, Nickelodeon Fellowship for Diverse Writers. Kevin Arietta, a New York University graduate and former NYPD cadet, Kiyong Kim, an award-winning writer, director and illustrator graduate of Massachusetts School of Art, and Brian Stampnitsky, a sketch comedian and film school graduate of Vassar, will join the 2010-2011 Nickelodeon fellowship program that offers hands-on writing experience on current live-action and animated series. Additionally, two of last years fellows were recently placed on staff of Nickelodeon’s animated hit series Fanboy & Chum Chum and The Penguins of Madagascar.

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