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Nominations Announced for the British Academy Children's Awards in 2017

Cartoon Network has been nominated for the highly sought-after Channel of the Year in the 2017 British Academy Children's Awards along with a string of other nominations for their much-loved kids’ programming. 

The channel, owned and operated by Turner, is also being recognised with nominations in four other categories. Their CN Buddy Network Series is among the contenders in the Short Form category; Adventure Time ‘I See OOO’ is there in the Interactive category; and The Amazing World of Gumball is shortlisted for Animation and Writing.

The Amazing World of Gumball
Amazing World of Gumball

Other notable commercial TV nominations include CiTV’s Bear Grylls Survival School for Entertainment; Nicktoons’ Spongebob Squarepants for International; Nick JR’s Digby Dragon for Pre-School Animation. Boomerang’s The Happos Family, Sky Kid’s Morph, and CiTV’s Share a Story have all been nominated in the Short Form category.

Many congratulations to all involved.

The British Academy Children’s Awards honour the very best in children’s media and take place on Sunday 26 November at the Roundhouse, London. This year the awards are hosted by British actor, writer and comedian Doc Brown.

The full list of Children’s Awards Nominations can be found here.




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