Dowloadable TV Gets Animated

Umstead, R. Thomas
November 2005
Multichannel News;11/21/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 48, p11
The article reports on the decision of cable content providers Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network to offer fee-based television program downloads via the Internet. Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network agreed to license fee-based television programs to the Vugo multimedia system of Hasbro. Episodes of the series "Danny Phantom," "Rugrats" and other animated television programs for children will be available in the Vugo Web site.


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