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Cartoon Network inviting viewers to 'Pick-A-Toon' for July

Published: 2 July 2013

This July, all Cartoon Network fans should get ready and animated because television has never been this exciting. Starting on Saturday, 6 July, all Cartoon Network fans are getting the power in their hands to 'Pick-a-Toon' on channel 301 on DStv.

Yes that's right, viewers will get the chance to choose what they want to watch. The best thing about all of this is that their cartoon will be shown in a super marathon on one of the four Saturdays in the month of July.

Cartoon Network will be launching the ‘Pick-A-Toon’ stunt in South Africa to engage with their Cartoon Network fans and to put the power of choice into their viewers’ hands.

How does it work and what do fans need to do to get their favourite toon onto the telly?

It is really easy. Visit the Cartoon Network website every Monday to Friday during July at www.cartoonnetworkafrica.com/pick. Once there, they will find a choice of three shows to vote on for the upcoming weekend.

All they need to do then is cast their vote and hold thumbs that their show gets the most votes of the week. Like magic, they will be able to watch a marathon of their favourite show that coming Saturday, starting at 10:00 on Cartoon Network, channel 301 on DStv.

Week 1 – Monday, 1 July to Saturday, 6 July

1. Ben 10 Omniverse
2. Young Justice
3. Transformers Prime

Week 2 – Sunday, 7 July to Saturday, 13 July

1. The Amazing World of Gumball
2. Mucha Lucha
3. Angelo Rules

Week 3 – Sunday, 14 July to Saturday, 20 July

1. Batman Brave & The Bold
2. Thundercats
3. Ben 10

Week 4 – Sunday, 21 July to Saturday, 27 July

1. Johnny Test
2. Adventure Time
3. Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy

Voting started on Monday, 1 July. For more information, and to vote, visit www.cartoonnetworkafrica.com/pick.
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