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Cartoon Network Video is an ad-supported online broadband channel provided by Cartoon Network that was released on September 22 2006. It hosts various Cartoon Network series, music, promos for Cartoon Network, Wedgies (animated shorts), and Behind the Scenes videos. Cartoon Network Video is only available for viewing by residents of the United Statesmarker. Cartoon Network Video recently changed from Windows Media Player to Flash, so it is now available on non-Windows computers. To view the website, one must have a web browser, Adobe Flash Player 8 or newer, and a broadband connection.

Earlier in the history of the video service, Cartoon Network Video had a variety of exclusive shows that couldn't be found anywhere else in the US, including Yam Roll. These have since been taken off. Two Cartoon Network series, The Life and Times of Juniper Lee and Code Lyoko, have actually completed their series run on the video service. New episodes of Cartoon Network series are usually uploaded unto the video service every Monday, but there have been updates on the weekends. Sneak peeks of upcoming episodes of shows, specials, and movies have also been put up on the service.Originally the website was in Standard definition until October 2009 when the website and network adapted high definition.

Shows

Original Series



Shorts



Acquisitions

Notes:
  • A co-production between Cartoon Network and another studio.
    • The Final seven episodes of Code Lyoko (which didn't air on Cartoon Network) had their premieres on Cartoon Network Video.


Podcasts

Cartoon Network Video features a section for podcasts, which can also be downloaded and watched on iTunes. The podcasts usually feature previews, shorts of Cartoon Network original animated series, behind-the-scenes footage and other features.

RSS Feed & Comments

Currently, Cartoon Network Video is offering two ways to check for updates. The first is a RSS feed on their website. Alternatively, a downloadable program called Livewire collects and displays updates automatically, allowing easy access to new additions, similar to Toonami Jetstream's Desktop Receiver.

The service also has a feature in which users can comment about Cartoon Network Video and the series shows that it features.

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