Cartoon Network scored big Saturday night at the fourth annual Hall of Game Awards. After over 100 million on-line votes were counted the famous GAME trophies were bestowed to the best in sports. The exciting evening included high energy musical performances by Jason Derulo (“Other Side” and “Talk Dirty”) and Fall Out Boy (“My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)”), a heartwarming acceptance speech from Olympic Gold Medalist Lindsey Vonn and a show stopping moment when three-year-old YouTube star Titus Ashby scored yet again another winning basket!
Cartoon Network and Nicktoons are both making a few changes to their normal line-ups. Cartoon Network’s schedule changes take effect next week, while Nicktoons’ schedule alterations start Saturday.
Cartoon Network is pleased to announce quarterbacks Colin Kaepernick (San Francisco 49ers) and Cam Newton (Carolina Panthers) will host Cartoon Network’s fourth annual Hall of Game Awards, premiering Monday, February 17 at 7 p.m. (ET/ PT).
Cartoon Network announced today the ten voting categories and nominees for the fourth annual Hall of Game sports awards show, which returns in February 2014. Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards will feature icons from television, film, music and sports, as kids experience an evening of hilarity and fun at the most raucous and outrageous sports awards show.
Jessica Alba, Ryan Lochte, Mario Lopez, McKayla Maroney, Victor Cruz, JJ Watt join Hosts Shaquille O’Neal and Nick Cannon for the 3rd Annual HALL OF GAME AWARDS Premiering on Cartoon Network Monday, Feb. 11, at 7 p.m. (ET, PT)
Today, Cartoon Network announced the first 10 voting categories and nominees for the third annual Hall of Game sports awards show, which returns in February 2013. Airing across several Cartoon Network and Turner Broadcasting platforms, hosts Shaquille O’Neal and Nick Cannon broke the news with a special introduction featuring a brand new Hall of Game nominee’s song.
Cartoon Network is proud to announce that basketball legend and Turner Sports NBA analyst Shaquille O’Neal and the multi-talented host of America’s Got Talent, Nick Cannon will be the hosts of Cartoon Network’s third annual Hall of Game Awards, premiering in February 2013. Cartoon Network’s Hall of Game Awards lets viewers vote for their favorite sports stars and sports moments of the year. Last year 2.6 million viewers* tuned in and 102 million votes were cast online at HallOfGame.com to help their favorite sports stars win the ultimate prize, the golden GAME trophy.
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Nearly doubling its kids 6-11 audience vs. last year’s program, the second annual Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards telecast (Monday, Feb. 20, 7-8:30p.m. ET/PT) out-paced last year’s targeted kids and boys delivery by considerable double digits, according to Nielsen Media Research.
Cartoon Network today announced musical performers, all-star pro sports appearances, and three new voting categories for the second annual Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards, premiering Monday, Feb. 20 at 7 p.m. (ET, PT). Hosted by basketball legend and TNT NBA analyst Shaquille O’Neal, the Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards is a high-energy, off-the-wall, multi-platform experience that lets viewers vote and honor their favorite sports stars and sports moments of the year.
Cartoon Network today announced the voting categories and nominees for the second annual sports awards show, Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards, which returns in early 2012. Hosted by basketball legend and TNT NBA analyst Shaquille O’Neal, the Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards show willfeature icons from television, film, music and sports, as kids experience an evening of humor and fun at the most raucous and biggest sports awards show ever. Voting for these award categories is now open for fans on HallofGame.com. For the inaugural event in February of 2011, the site received over 37 million votes.
“The Diesel,” “Shaq Fu,” “The Big Microphone,” Shaquille O’Neal announced today via his Twitter account that he will host the second annual Hall of Game Awards, airing on Cartoon Network in early 2012. Cartoon Network’s Hall of Game Awards is a high-energy, off-the-wall, multi-platform experience that lets viewers vote for and honor their favorite sports stars and sports moments of the year. Last year 1,487,000 total viewers* tuned in and more than 37 million voted online for their favorite sports stars to win the GAME trophy.
Springboarding off its 2010 ratings growth across key kids and boys demos, in which series/specials Adventure Time, Dude, What Would Happen, Generator Rex and Hall of Game helped propel the network to new heights, Cartoon Network described its plans for building new global franchises today as it unveiled a broad slate of new content for 2011 at its annual Advertising Upfront presentation. Thirteen new animated series, 19 returning shows, and the network’s newest live-action scripted comedy series, Level Up, which will launch with a 90-minute original movie, will debut over the next year. The morning’s announcements also spotlighted a new partnership between Warner Bros., DC Entertainment and Cartoon Network in which the three entertainment brands would unite their powerful assets in publishing, theatrical and television to create a multi-platform block of exclusive branded original content on the network named, DC Nation.
Inaugural Cartoon Network HALL OF GAME Awards Delivers Winning Performance Among Targeted Kids and Boys
Cartoon Network announced today its first-ever Cartoon Network HALL OF GAME Awards presentation (Friday, Feb. 25, 7-8:30 p.m.) earned significant double-digit ratings and delivery gains among targeted kids and boys audiences compared to the same time period last year. According to Nielsen Media Research, kids and boys ages 6-11, 9-14 and 12-17 all charted dramatic year-to-year improvements, ranging between 29% and 76%. The inaugural, celebrity-studded sports award and entertainment event, taped in Los Angeles, also charted solid ratings and delivery increases among boys 2-11 and attracted an average 1,487,000 total viewers.
Cartoon Network’s February 2011 early evening prime performance out-paced its January ’11 performance across ALL kids demos: average kids 6-11 delivery (562,000) grew by 8% and ratings (2.3) by 10%, kids 2-11 delivery (829,000) and ratings (2.0) both grew by 5%, and kids 9-14 delivery (431,000) grew by 14% and ratings (1.8) by 13%. Versus February the previous year, the network’s performance among kids 9-14 delivery also increased by 14% and ratings by 20%.