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Transcript of Cartoon Network
Old logo-October 1, 1992
Current Logo-June 14,2004
Details of alternate logo
Current Cartoon Network Logo
The white color represents the charm and elegance of the network while the black color reflects its courage, excellence and prestige.
The origins of the network's original cartoons:
Dexter Laboratory (1996),
Cow and Chicken (1997),
The Power puff Girls (1998),
Mike, Lu & Og,
Courage the Cowardly Dog (1999)
Logo Design Aspects
The network's first theme was the Checkerboard theme with bumpers. Over a white background, we see the Cartoon Network logo of the era (which has the words, "CARTOON NETWORK" inside the black and white checkered rectangle shape) without "STUDIOS" below.
The new logo change to two cubes with the network’s initials, C and N, with the full name written underneath.
-Alternating black and white letters and boxes
The new logo, simply gives a more flexible, design-driven option for the animators to use in many different creative ways on-air. The company says the new logo was intended to connect the company’s traditional animated content with its growing slate of live-action.
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After Turner from the Turner Broadcasting System purchased the animation studio Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1991, the channel was launched on October 1, 1992.
Betty Cohen served as president of the network until 2001. She was replaced by Jim Samples because of a disagreement with Jamie Keller.
I think the current logo has improved but then they replaced the fun and exciting shows with new shows that are not as funny or entertaining. What they should change is the shows that come out because they only grab little kids from age 5-7 attention.
On occasions when a show is becoming famous, Cartoon Network would use a character with the current logo to engage the audience.
The founder of Cartoon Network was Betty Cohen.
Cartoon Network was not the first cable channel to have relied on cartoons to attract an audience. They have competitors such as Nickelodeon, Disney Channel, and the Family Channel.
Most of the time, they use the old logo as an alternative because they felt like it was more attractive to younger kids.