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Create your own toon with Cartoon Network's Toonix

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New Delhi, April 25, 2011

There's a new breed of funny inhabiting the digital world in India! Meet Toonix, Cartoon Network's impossibly cool digital avatars that allow kids to amplify their personalities through 160 million online mix 'n' match combinations.

With no two alike, the byte-sized Toonix are as unique as their creators; and since bursting onto screens globally, over 10 million have been unleashed. Fully customizable, Toonix come in all sorts of colors, patterns and expressions - and feature a myriad of quirky accessories to reflect their creator's moods, the weather and the latest fashion.

Log on to www.cartoonnetworkindia.com, join the Cartoon Network Club and Toonix Your Imagination! Toonix will also greet fans during a variety of fun activities in the next few months:

Totally Toonix Gallery
It's total Toonix madness as the Channel looks for the coolest, the most colorful, or perhaps the wackiest self portrait out there! Cartoon Network is inviting kids to showcase their online personalities to the world, during the Channel's Totally Toonix Gallery. Running from late May for seven weeks, kids simply log onto www.cartoonnetworkindia.com, register, create a Toonix to match the given themes and submit them to Cartoon Network to show off their masterpiece! The Toonix who get the most votes for matching the themes the closest will win a host of limited edition prizes.

Toonix Casual Games
The fun doesn't stop there! Kids should keep an eye out for the Toonix-themed games that will be popping up in the next few months on Cartoon Network's websites. So stay tuned!

Visit www.cartoonnetworkindia.com and create your Toonix today!

For further information, please contact:

Genesis Burson-Marsteller
Richa Singh
Mobile: 9999746411
Email: richa.singh@bm.com

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