Jetix Weekend Block Expands

June 2004
Multichannel News;6/7/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 23, p57
Reports on the plan of Toon Disney to extend its boys-targeted Jetix programming's weekend primetime slot beginning June 26, 2004. Series to be premiered by the cable network as part of the expanded lineup; Impact of the programming on Toon Disney's boys 6-to-11 audience since its launched in February 2004; Comment from ABC Kids and Toon Disney senior vice president and general manager Jonathan Barzilay about the programming's success.


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