Martin Luther King Jr. Expanding on its content series Drawn To , new installments of vignettes will be launched monthly throughout the year featuring inspirational stories from real-life kids. The series seeks to elevate these voices, highlight diverse cultures, and provide a meaningful glimpse at the passions that bring kids together to celebrate unity and connectivity in a sometimes-uncertain world. Building on the success of the series which launched early in , Drawn To aims to authentically tell stories by weaving together universal themes such as community, family, and love that resonate with both kids and parents. The series spotlights everyday kids and kid influencers celebrating achievements and ideas while engaging young viewers. By raising awareness on topics that kids care about, the series spotlights the positive in today's generation and our future.
Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc. Animation folded the studio. Taft Broadcasting bought the studio in and retained ownership of it until In , Turner Broadcasting System purchased it from Taft which had been renamed Great American Broadcasting in and used much of its back catalog as programming for Cartoon Network.
Cartoon Network has joined up with HowStuffWorks to create new podcast that will look at how cartoons are made. Over 11 episodes Frey will look at the history of animation and the cultural influence of cartoons. Guests will include show creators, voice actors and historians.