Warner Bros. Launches Web Sites for Cartoons and Teen-Friendly Shows

3 Minute Ad Age: April 30, 2008

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NEW YORK (Adage.com) �- On Monday, Time Warner's Warner Bros. studio announced plans to launch two online video sites in May. WB.com and KidsWB.com will showcase some of the former WB television network's most popular programs, from Looney Tunes cartoons to hits such as "Friends" and "Buffy, the Vampire Slayer." Warner's effort to roll out these two video portals comes just weeks after NBC Universal and News Corp. launched the online video site Hulu.com. In other news in this 3 Minute Ad Age report, candy giants Mars and Wrigley announce a $23 Billion Merger and GM's Saturn brand creates an online social hub.

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