Cartoonito arrives on TalkTalk

Published on: 16th December 2016

TalkTalk has added Turner’s pre-school channel Cartoonito to its TV line-up.

Sesame-Street-480Turner has extended its partnership with TalkTalk TV by adding preschool channel Cartoonito to their TV line-up from December 15th. TalkTalk TV customers will be able to watch Cartoonito on channel 488 in the UK.

As part of the new deal, TalkTalk customers will have access to preschool content for youngsters and their families to enjoy. Cartoonito’s programming line-up includes: Fireman Sam, Bob the Builder, Masha and the Bear, Baby Looney Tunes and the latest season of Sesame Street, which launched in the UK in November.

“We’re very excited to be extending our long-standing relationship with TalkTalk by adding Cartoontio to their channel line-up,” said Alison Mordue, director of distribution, Turner, Northern Europe. “This new agreement allows us to further broaden the reach of our must-see preschool programmes to young audiences across the UK. We look forward to working closely with TalkTalk to deliver the very best in kids programming to keep younger generations entertained for years to come.”
“It’s been an incredibly successful year for TalkTalk TV, as we continue to invest in our range of content and seamless viewing experience,” added Aleks Habdank, Managing Director of TalkTalk TV. “It’s fantastic to be ending the year by extending our partnership with Turner. It marks another step forward in our commitment to providing customers with the best entertainment for their families.”

Cartoonito will be available to TalkTalk TV customers via the Kids Boost. The Kids Boost has ten dedicated kids’ channels, including Cartoonito, Disney Channel, Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network. It’s available for 30 days at a time, with no ongoing commitment for £5 a month. With 200 episodes available to watch on demand, the Kids Boost offers something for kids of all ages, from pre-schoolers through to teens.


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