Cartoon Network and Boomerang now in HD

Turner now offering CN and Boomerang in HD with dual language
Tarek Mounir, VP and GM, MENA, Turkey, Greece and Cyprus at Turner.
Tarek Mounir, VP and GM, MENA, Turkey, Greece and Cyprus at Turner.


Turner, a division of Time Warner and parent company of Cartoon Network Arabic, is now offering its Cartoon Network and Boomerang channels in high definition and with a dual language option.

The channels will now be available in English and Arabic and across the Middle East and North Africa exclusively on beIN for DTH (direct to home) and on compatible IPTV platforms. This follows the successful launch of Cartoon Network Hindi, the first international cartoon channel in Hindi, earlier this year.

Cartoon Network and Boomerang will continue to be the leading source to view timeless Warner Bros favourites such as Tom & Jerry, Looney Tunes, and Scooby-Doo, as well as Cartoon Network Original series like The Powerpuff Girls, The Amazing World of Gumball, We Bear Bears, Adventure Time and many more.

“We are thrilled to provide exceptional cartoon viewing options and quality entertainment to our viewers. The standards in entertainment requirements are ever-increasing and we are making sure to stay ahead of the curve whilst also offering viewers the choice to watch their favourite channels in their preferred language,” said Tarek Mounir, vice president & general manager MENA, Turkey, Greece and Cyprus at Turner.

Turner has also launched a new website and Facebook page to complement the content on Cartoon Network.

A special site dedicated to Boomerang is also set to launch later this year.

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