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Frederator’s super senior, can’t-do-without, production executive in Hollywood, Kevin Kolde, is the first videogame freak in our shop. One of the first projects he got rights for was Ape Escape Cartoons, based on the Sony Computer Entertainment game Ape Escape. AEC first ran on Nicktoons in 2009, and now all 38 cartoons are available on YouTube, or just look down.  ….. From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Frederator postcard! www.frederator.com Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at the seed stages, on others over the course of entire runs and beyond. In every case, though, I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to be traveling in the cartoon cosmos. –Fred Seibert Ape Escape Cartoons Developed by Mike Gray Nicktoons premiere July 5, 2008 Series 21.15 [mailed out April 21, 2014]

April 21, 2014

Frederator’s super senior, can’t-do-without, production executive in Hollywood, Kevin Kolde, is the first videogame freak in our shop. One of the first projects he got rights for was Ape Escape Cartoons, based on the Sony Computer Entertainment game Ape Escape. AEC first ran on Nicktoons in 2009, and now all 38 cartoons are available on YouTube, or just look down. 

….. From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Frederator postcard! www.frederator.com
Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at the seed stages, on others over the course of entire runs and beyond. In every case, though, I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to be traveling in the cartoon cosmos. –Fred Seibert Ape Escape Cartoons Developed by Mike Gray Nicktoons premiere July 5, 2008 Series 21.15 [mailed out April 21, 2014]

Frederator’s super senior, can’t-do-without, production executive in Hollywood, Kevin Kolde, is the first videogame freak in our shop. One of the first projects he got rights for was Ape Escape Cartoons, based on the Sony Computer Entertainment game Ape Escape. AEC first ran on Nicktoons in 2009, and now all 38 cartoons are available on YouTube, or just look down. 

…..
From the postcard back:

Congratulations!
You are one of 200 people
to receive this limited edition
Frederator postcard!

www.frederator.com

Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved
with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at
the seed stages, on others over the course of
entire runs and beyond. In every case, though,
I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to
be traveling in the cartoon cosmos.
–Fred Seibert

Ape Escape Cartoons
Developed by Mike Gray
Nicktoons premiere July 5, 2008 

Series 21.15 [mailed out April 21, 2014]

channelfrederator: The Meth Minute 39 was the first original series on Channel Frederator, and one of the earliest regularly scheduled series on distributed on YouTube.  Creator Dan Meth came to my wife’s attention with his Shofar Idol (the prequel to the runaway hit Hebrew Crunk) and she persuaded me to hook him up with Frederator. When we were producing our fourth big idea happy factory Random! Cartoons, Dan pestered me to start our first completely solo incubator. "Internet People" (the only branded content ever commissioned for tumblr by David Karp and Marco Arment) was the breakout hit, but there are at least 38 more that give it a run for its money.  –Fred …..From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Frederator postcard! www.frederator,com Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at the seed stages, on others over the course of entire runs and beyond. In every case, though, I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to be traveling in the cartoon cosmos. –Fred Seibert The Meth Minute 39 Created by Dan Meth Channel Frederator premiere September 5, 2007 Series 21.14 [mailed out April 14, 2014]

April 18, 2014

channelfrederator:

The Meth Minute 39 was the first original series on Channel Frederator, and one of the earliest regularly scheduled series on distributed on YouTube. 
Creator Dan Meth came to my wife’s attention with his Shofar Idol (the prequel to the runaway hit Hebrew Crunk) and she persuaded me to hook him up with Frederator. When we were producing our fourth big idea happy factory Random! Cartoons, Dan pestered me to start our first completely solo incubator. "Internet People" (the only branded content ever commissioned for tumblr by David Karp and Marco Arment) was the breakout hit, but there are at least 38 more that give it a run for its money. 
–Fred

…..From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Frederator postcard! www.frederator,com Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at the seed stages, on others over the course of entire runs and beyond. In every case, though, I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to be traveling in the cartoon cosmos. –Fred Seibert
The Meth Minute 39 Created by Dan Meth Channel Frederator premiere September 5, 2007 Series 21.14 [mailed out April 14, 2014]

channelfrederator:

The Meth Minute 39 was the first original series on Channel Frederator, and one of the earliest regularly scheduled series on distributed on YouTube. 

Creator Dan Meth came to my wife’s attention with his Shofar Idol (the prequel to the runaway hit Hebrew Crunk) and she persuaded me to hook him up with Frederator. When we were producing our fourth big idea happy factory Random! Cartoons, Dan pestered me to start our first completely solo incubator. "Internet People" (the only branded content ever commissioned for tumblr by David Karp and Marco Arment) was the breakout hit, but there are at least 38 more that give it a run for its money. 

Fred

…..
From the postcard back:

Congratulations!
You are one of 200 people
to receive this limited edition
Frederator postcard!

www.frederator,com 

Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved
with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at
the seed stages, on others over the course of
entire runs and beyond. In every case, though,
I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to
be traveling in the cartoon cosmos.
–Fred Seibert

The Meth Minute 39
Created by Dan Meth
Channel Frederator premiere September 5, 2007 

Series 21.14 [mailed out April 14, 2014]

Bob Boyle started working with Frederator in 1997 as a storyboard revisionist on our second big idea happy factory, Oh Yeah! Cartoons. But soon he’d become one of our double creators, and went on to art direct and produce The Fairly OddParents. Then, producer Susan Miller partnered with us to get Bob’s Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! going on Nick Jr. in 2006, and the rest is written in the Wuzzleburg history books. …..From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Frederator postcard! www.frederator.com Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at the seed stages, on others over the course of entire runs and beyond. In every case, though, I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to be traveling in the cartoon cosmos. –Fred Seibert Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! Created by Bob Boyle Nick Jr. premiere August 28, 2006 Series 21.13 [mailed out April 7, 2014]

April 18, 2014

Bob Boyle started working with Frederator in 1997 as a storyboard revisionist on our second big idea happy factory, Oh Yeah! Cartoons. But soon he’d become one of our double creators, and went on to art direct and produce The Fairly OddParents. Then, producer Susan Miller partnered with us to get Bob’s Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! going on Nick Jr. in 2006, and the rest is written in the Wuzzleburg history books.
…..From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Frederator postcard! www.frederator.com Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at the seed stages, on others over the course of entire runs and beyond. In every case, though, I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to be traveling in the cartoon cosmos. –Fred Seibert Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! Created by Bob Boyle Nick Jr. premiere August 28, 2006 Series 21.13 [mailed out April 7, 2014]

Bob Boyle started working with Frederator in 1997 as a storyboard revisionist on our second big idea happy factory, Oh Yeah! Cartoons. But soon he’d become one of our double creators, and went on to art direct and produce The Fairly OddParents. Then, producer Susan Miller partnered with us to get Bob’s Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! going on Nick Jr. in 2006, and the rest is written in the Wuzzleburg history books.

…..
From the postcard back:

Congratulations!
You are one of 200 people
to receive this limited edition
Frederator postcard!

www.frederator.com

Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved
with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at
the seed stages, on others over the course of
entire runs and beyond. In every case, though,
I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to
be traveling in the cartoon cosmos.
Fred Seibert

Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!
Created by Bob Boyle
Nick Jr. premiere August 28, 2006 

Series 21.13 [mailed out April 7, 2014]

frederatortimes: Today marks Cartoon Hangover’s worldwide launch of the very first Bravest Warriors video game, Fly Catbug Fly!  An infinite, side-scrolling, flier single player game for mobile devices (iOS and Android), Fly Catbug Fly! stars the popular cuddly Bravest Warriors character, Catbug. Developed by Ludoko Studios for Frederator Networks, Fly Catbug Fly! features nine locations based on four episodes of the animated series Bravest Warriors, created by Pendleton Ward (Adventure Time). While dodging obstacles players can help Catbug collect items throughout the game for Impossibear, including Catbug’s potato pal Rebecca and Sugar Peas. Players can exchange these objects for in-game money to purchase items to deck out their Catbug in fab combinations of 39 different accessories (e.g. spacesuits, leis, and eyebrows). The in-game money can be used for various game upgrades and score boosting power-ups. Ok, there are currently a ton of upgrades (each of which can be upgraded a few times), including Bravest Warriors’ Beth, Chris, Wallow or Danny – these upgrades can be used to help Catbug in the game. Secret codes can also be used to unlock upgrades earlier to assist with game play – as well as just for fun. For those of you who wanna show your Bravest Warriors friends how well (or how poorly) you are doing, you can screenshot your score page and share.  At launch Fly Catbug Fly is available at the iTunes and Google Play Store for an initial promotion offering of $.99, the game will then be available for $1.99. And guess what? No in-app purchases or upgrades. Buy once and play forever! Foreeeeeeeever! - Gwen

April 10, 2014

frederatortimes:

Today marks Cartoon Hangover’s worldwide launch of the very first Bravest Warriors video game, Fly Catbug Fly!  
An infinite, side-scrolling, flier single player game for mobile devices (iOS and Android), Fly Catbug Fly! stars the popular cuddly Bravest Warriors character, Catbug.
Developed by Ludoko Studios for Frederator Networks, Fly Catbug Fly! features nine locations based on four episodes of the animated series Bravest Warriors, created by Pendleton Ward (Adventure Time).
While dodging obstacles players can help Catbug collect items throughout the game for Impossibear, including Catbug’s potato pal Rebecca and Sugar Peas. Players can exchange these objects for in-game money to purchase items to deck out their Catbug in fab combinations of 39 different accessories (e.g. spacesuits, leis, and eyebrows). The in-game money can be used for various game upgrades and score boosting power-ups. Ok, there are currently a ton of upgrades (each of which can be upgraded a few times), including Bravest Warriors’ Beth, Chris, Wallow or Danny – these upgrades can be used to help Catbug in the game. Secret codes can also be used to unlock upgrades earlier to assist with game play – as well as just for fun. For those of you who wanna show your Bravest Warriors friends how well (or how poorly) you are doing, you can screenshot your score page and share. 
At launch Fly Catbug Fly is available at the iTunes and Google Play Store for an initial promotion offering of $.99, the game will then be available for $1.99. And guess what? No in-app purchases or upgrades. Buy once and play forever! Foreeeeeeeever!
- Gwen

frederatortimes:

Today marks Cartoon Hangover’s worldwide launch of the very first Bravest Warriors video game, Fly Catbug Fly! 

An infinite, side-scrolling, flier single player game for mobile devices (iOS and Android), Fly Catbug Fly! stars the popular cuddly Bravest Warriors character, Catbug.

Developed by Ludoko Studios for Frederator Networks, Fly Catbug Fly! features nine locations based on four episodes of the animated series Bravest Warriors, created by Pendleton Ward (Adventure Time).

While dodging obstacles players can help Catbug collect items throughout the game for Impossibear, including Catbug’s potato pal Rebecca and Sugar Peas. Players can exchange these objects for in-game money to purchase items to deck out their Catbug in fab combinations of 39 different accessories (e.g. spacesuits, leis, and eyebrows). The in-game money can be used for various game upgrades and score boosting power-ups. Ok, there are currently a ton of upgrades (each of which can be upgraded a few times), including Bravest Warriors’ Beth, Chris, Wallow or Danny – these upgrades can be used to help Catbug in the game. Secret codes can also be used to unlock upgrades earlier to assist with game play – as well as just for fun. For those of you who wanna show your Bravest Warriors friends how well (or how poorly) you are doing, you can screenshot your score page and share. 

At launch Fly Catbug Fly is available at the iTunes and Google Play Store for an initial promotion offering of $.99, the game will then be available for $1.99. And guess what? No in-app purchases or upgrades. Buy once and play forever! Foreeeeeeeever!

- Gwen

(Source: frederatortimes)

cartoonhangover: Sixty years ahead of his time, Alex Schomburg's Cosmatomic Flyer predicted Cartoon Hangover's continuing trajectory.  …..From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Cartoon Hangover & Channel Frederator postcard! www.cartoonhangover.com www.youtube.com/cartoonhangover March 2014 Channel Frederator presents Cartoon Hangover 20,900,000 million unique viewers 1.44 million subscribers 312 million minutes viewed 100 million video views Source: YouTube/Cartoon Hangover analytics *including the channels Cartoon Hangover Cartoon Hangover 2 Cartoon Hangover ESP Bravest Warriors SuperFckers Hangover Uncensored Illustration by Alex Schomburg The Cosmatomic Flyer ‘Science-Fiction Plus’ March 1953 Series 27.4 [mailed out March 31, 2014] 

March 31, 2014

cartoonhangover:

Sixty years ahead of his time, Alex Schomburg's Cosmatomic Flyer predicted Cartoon Hangover's continuing trajectory. 
…..From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Cartoon Hangover & Channel Frederator postcard! www.cartoonhangover.com www.youtube.com/cartoonhangover March 2014 Channel Frederator presents Cartoon Hangover 20,900,000 million unique viewers 1.44 million subscribers 312 million minutes viewed 100 million video views Source: YouTube/Cartoon Hangover analytics *including the channels Cartoon Hangover Cartoon Hangover 2 Cartoon Hangover ESP Bravest Warriors SuperFckers Hangover Uncensored Illustration by Alex Schomburg The Cosmatomic Flyer ‘Science-Fiction Plus’ March 1953 Series 27.4 [mailed out March 31, 2014] 

cartoonhangover:

Sixty years ahead of his time, Alex Schomburg's Cosmatomic Flyer predicted Cartoon Hangover's continuing trajectory. 

…..
From the postcard back:

Congratulations!
You are one of 200 people
to receive this limited edition
Cartoon Hangover &
Channel Frederator postcard!

www.cartoonhangover.com
www.youtube.com/cartoonhangover
March 2014 
Channel Frederator presents
Cartoon Hangover

20,900,000 million unique viewers
1.44 million subscribers
312 million minutes viewed
100 million video views
Source: YouTube/Cartoon Hangover analytics

*including the channels
Cartoon Hangover
Cartoon Hangover 2
Cartoon Hangover ESP
Bravest Warriors
SuperFckers
Hangover Uncensored

Illustration by Alex Schomburg
The Cosmatomic Flyer ‘Science-Fiction PlusMarch 1953

Series 27.4 [mailed out March 31, 2014] 

channelfrederator: Filmmaker and illustrator Ben Ross has been a special FOF since Channel Frederator’s Episode #2 in November 2005. So it seemed fitting to use one of his very cool Fredbot designs for our new postcard format. –Fred …..From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Channel Frederator postcard! www.channelfrederator.com www.frederator.com The Channel Frederator Network Cartoon Central on the Internet March 2014 201 channels distributed 6.5 million monthly unique viewers 6.55 million subscribers 27 million monthly viewers Illustration by Ben Ross Series 24.7 [Mailed out March 27, 2014] Watch Channel Frederator Episode 2 

March 28, 2014

channelfrederator:

Filmmaker and illustrator Ben Ross has been a special FOF since Channel Frederator’s Episode #2 in November 2005. So it seemed fitting to use one of his very cool Fredbot designs for our new postcard format. –Fred
…..From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Channel Frederator postcard! www.channelfrederator.com www.frederator.com The Channel Frederator Network Cartoon Central on the Internet March 2014 201 channels distributed 6.5 million monthly unique viewers 6.55 million subscribers 27 million monthly viewers Illustration by Ben Ross Series 24.7 [Mailed out March 27, 2014]
Watch Channel Frederator Episode 2 

channelfrederator:

Filmmaker and illustrator Ben Ross has been a special FOF since Channel Frederator’s Episode #2 in November 2005. So it seemed fitting to use one of his very cool Fredbot designs for our new postcard format. –Fred

…..
From the postcard back:

Congratulations!
You are one of 200 people
to receive this limited edition
Channel Frederator postcard!

www.channelfrederator.com
www.frederator.com


The Channel Frederator Network
Cartoon Central on the Internet

March 2014 
201 channels distributed
6.5 million monthly unique viewers
6.55 million subscribers
27 million monthly viewers

Illustration by Ben Ross

Series 24.7 [Mailed out March 27, 2014]


Watch Channel Frederator Episode 2 

It’s pretty incredible to me (and to Michael Glenn, Eric Homan, David Karp, Carrie Miller, and Melissa Wolfe) that it’s been eight and a half years* since our journey into online video media started Channel Frederator on iTunes.  We received 1000 submitted cartoons from all across the globe in the first month alone, and through our various incarnations we’ve tried to continue to provide the absolutely best fandom possible to hundreds of animated filmmakers.  We’ve morphed into a full scale cartoon network now, honored to be distributing over 200 independently owned and programmed animation channels from around the world. And, I must say, things are just more exciting and fun every day. As David Karp wrote into our very first episode:  Frederator loves you! * My memory was faulty when we made this postcard. The original announcement press release reminds me that our launch date was actually November 2, 2005. …..From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Frederator postcard! www.frederator.com Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at the seed stages, on others over the course of entire runs and beyond. In every case, though, I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to be traveling in the cartoon cosmos. -Fred Seibert Channel Frederator Created by Fred Seibert iTunes premiere November 1, 2005 Logo design by Annie Chiu, David Karp & Eugene Mattos Series 21.12.2 [mailed out March 24, 2014]

March 24, 2014

It’s pretty incredible to me (and to Michael Glenn, Eric Homan, David Karp, Carrie Miller, and Melissa Wolfe) that it’s been eight and a half years* since our journey into online video media started Channel Frederator on iTunes. 
We received 1000 submitted cartoons from all across the globe in the first month alone, and through our various incarnations we’ve tried to continue to provide the absolutely best fandom possible to hundreds of animated filmmakers. 
We’ve morphed into a full scale cartoon network now, honored to be distributing over 200 independently owned and programmed animation channels from around the world. And, I must say, things are just more exciting and fun every day.
As David Karp wrote into our very first episode: 
Frederator loves you!
* My memory was faulty when we made this postcard. The original announcement press release reminds me that our launch date was actually November 2, 2005. …..From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Frederator postcard! www.frederator.com Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at the seed stages, on others over the course of entire runs and beyond. In every case, though, I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to be traveling in the cartoon cosmos. -Fred Seibert Channel Frederator Created by Fred Seibert iTunes premiere November 1, 2005 Logo design by Annie Chiu, David Karp & Eugene Mattos Series 21.12.2 [mailed out March 24, 2014]

It’s pretty incredible to me (and to Michael GlennEric Homan, David Karp, Carrie Miller, and Melissa Wolfe) that it’s been eight and a half years* since our journey into online video media started Channel Frederator on iTunes. 

We received 1000 submitted cartoons from all across the globe in the first month alone, and through our various incarnations we’ve tried to continue to provide the absolutely best fandom possible to hundreds of animated filmmakers. 

We’ve morphed into a full scale cartoon network now, honored to be distributing over 200 independently owned and programmed animation channels from around the world. And, I must say, things are just more exciting and fun every day.

As David Karp wrote into our very first episode: 

Frederator loves you!

* My memory was faulty when we made this postcard. The original announcement press release reminds me that our launch date was actually November 2, 2005. 
…..
From the postcard back:

Congratulations!
You are one of 200 people
to receive this limited edition
Frederator postcard!

www.frederator.com

Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved
with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at
the seed stages, on others over the course of
entire runs and beyond. In every case, though,
I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to
be traveling in the cartoon cosmos.
-Fred Seibert

Channel Frederator
Created by Fred Seibert
iTunes premiere November 1, 2005 

Logo design by Annie Chiu, David Karp & Eugene Mattos

Series 21.12.2 [mailed out March 24, 2014]

From your vantage point as a Cartoon Hangover fan seeing (and buying! I know you all are buying) all the cool stuff out in the marketplace –comics, T-shirts, action figures, underwear– might not strike you as at all unusual. And, for cartoons on cable TV or the movies, it isn’t at all.  But, for online television, it’s almost a revolution. Not too many channels have much more than a t-shirt or mug or an iPhone case here and there.  (Deserves a postcard, dontcha think?)  Why is it so different for Cartoon Hangover? Two things. One is, it’s cartoons. For reasons I think are a little myopic, drawn images seem more attractive to licensing partners. And, they think cartoons are for kids, kids like toys, licensees make toys and toy-like things, and…  But, the biggest reasons for our great merch come down to Jesse DeStasio of Eerie Theory Entertainment* and Nate Olson of Frederator Networks.  Jesse approached us before we officially went on the air in November 2012 and said he wanted to help license our characters out in the world. "It’s a few five minute episodes on YouTube!" I dismissively replied. "We can’t even get stuff out there on The Fairly OddParents.”  He was totally undeterred. We assigned Eerie our business.  Nate Olson runs marketing and publicity for us. Nate loves toys. He gleefully partnered with Jesse to make sure than Cartoon Hangover would become the hottest YouTube property in the licensing universe.  Jesse and Nate have made it happen. Every single day we’ve got more and more sharp stuff coming out. Check out the links below and please look at the stores our great licensees have set up for our swag. You won’t be disappointed.  Now, buy some of it or else we have to fire them! We don’t want to do that, they’re good people.  –Fred * And we don’t wanna forget Jesse’s hot limited edition toy show with Nicky Fung and Cade Hiser, Toy Pizza, distributed on YouTube by the Channel Frederator Network.  …..From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Cartoon Hangover & Channel Frederator postcard! www.cartoonhangover.com www.youtube.com/cartoonhangover Channel Frederator presents Cartoon Hangover Official Licensed Awesome Merchandise & Distribution  Ata Boy Bioworld Boom! Studios Buckledown Catalyst Game Labs A Crowded Coop Frederator Books GB Eye Just Toys Mighty Fine Nintendo 3DS Pop Culture Shock Squishables Terry Steiner Intl. Think Geek Threadless Toon Hero Trends Underboss Viz Publishing YouTube Series 26.8 [mailed out March 17, 2014]   

March 17, 2014

From your vantage point as a Cartoon Hangover fan seeing (and buying! I know you all are buying) all the cool stuff out in the marketplace –comics, T-shirts, action figures, underwear– might not strike you as at all unusual. And, for cartoons on cable TV or the movies, it isn’t at all. 
But, for online television, it’s almost a revolution. Not too many channels have much more than a t-shirt or mug or an iPhone case here and there. 
(Deserves a postcard, dontcha think?) 
Why is it so different for Cartoon Hangover? Two things. One is, it’s cartoons. For reasons I think are a little myopic, drawn images seem more attractive to licensing partners. And, they think cartoons are for kids, kids like toys, licensees make toys and toy-like things, and… 
But, the biggest reasons for our great merch come down to Jesse DeStasio of Eerie Theory Entertainment* and Nate Olson of Frederator Networks. 
Jesse approached us before we officially went on the air in November 2012 and said he wanted to help license our characters out in the world.
"It’s a few five minute episodes on YouTube!" I dismissively replied. "We can’t even get stuff out there on The Fairly OddParents.” 
He was totally undeterred. We assigned Eerie our business. 
Nate Olson runs marketing and publicity for us. Nate loves toys. He gleefully partnered with Jesse to make sure than Cartoon Hangover would become the hottest YouTube property in the licensing universe. 
Jesse and Nate have made it happen. Every single day we’ve got more and more sharp stuff coming out. Check out the links below and please look at the stores our great licensees have set up for our swag. You won’t be disappointed. 
Now, buy some of it or else we have to fire them! We don’t want to do that, they’re good people. 
–Fred
* And we don’t wanna forget Jesse’s hot limited edition toy show with Nicky Fung and Cade Hiser, Toy Pizza, distributed on YouTube by the Channel Frederator Network. 
…..From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Cartoon Hangover & Channel Frederator postcard! www.cartoonhangover.com www.youtube.com/cartoonhangover Channel Frederator presents Cartoon Hangover Official Licensed Awesome Merchandise & Distribution  Ata Boy Bioworld Boom! Studios Buckledown Catalyst Game Labs A Crowded Coop Frederator Books GB Eye Just Toys Mighty Fine Nintendo 3DS Pop Culture Shock Squishables Terry Steiner Intl. Think Geek Threadless Toon Hero Trends Underboss Viz Publishing YouTube Series 26.8 [mailed out March 17, 2014]   

From your vantage point as a Cartoon Hangover fan seeing (and buying! I know you all are buying) all the cool stuff out in the marketplace –comics, T-shirts, action figures, underwear– might not strike you as at all unusual. And, for cartoons on cable TV or the movies, it isn’t at all. 

But, for online television, it’s almost a revolution. Not too many channels have much more than a t-shirt or mug or an iPhone case here and there. 

(Deserves a postcard, dontcha think?) 

Why is it so different for Cartoon Hangover? Two things. One is, it’s cartoons. For reasons I think are a little myopic, drawn images seem more attractive to licensing partners. And, they think cartoons are for kids, kids like toys, licensees make toys and toy-like things, and… 

But, the biggest reasons for our great merch come down to Jesse DeStasio of Eerie Theory Entertainment* and Nate Olson of Frederator Networks

Jesse approached us before we officially went on the air in November 2012 and said he wanted to help license our characters out in the world.

"It’s a few five minute episodes on YouTube!" I dismissively replied. "We can’t even get stuff out there on The Fairly OddParents.” 

He was totally undeterred. We assigned Eerie our business. 

Nate Olson runs marketing and publicity for us. Nate loves toys. He gleefully partnered with Jesse to make sure than Cartoon Hangover would become the hottest YouTube property in the licensing universe. 

Jesse and Nate have made it happen. Every single day we’ve got more and more sharp stuff coming out. Check out the links below and please look at the stores our great licensees have set up for our swag. You won’t be disappointed. 

Now, buy some of it or else we have to fire them! We don’t want to do that, they’re good people. 

Fred

* And we don’t wanna forget Jesse’s hot limited edition toy show with Nicky Fung and Cade Hiser, Toy Pizza, distributed on YouTube by the Channel Frederator Network

…..
From the postcard back:

Congratulations!
You are one of 200 people
to receive this limited edition
Cartoon Hangover &
Channel Frederator postcard!
www.cartoonhangover.com
www.youtube.com/cartoonhangover


Channel Frederator presents
Cartoon Hangover

Official Licensed Awesome
Merchandise & Distribution  
Ata Boy
Bioworld
Boom! Studios
Buckledown
Catalyst Game Labs
A Crowded Coop
Frederator Books
GB Eye
Just Toys
Mighty Fine
Nintendo 3DS
Pop Culture Shock
Squishables
Terry Steiner Intl.
Think Geek
Threadless
Toon Hero
Trends
Underboss
Viz Publishing
YouTube

Series 26.8 [mailed out March 17, 2014]   

Too Cool! Cartoons is Frederator’s fifth big idea cartoon incubator, and it’s shaped up to be just as awesome as our others. And stay tuned for more! …..From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Frederator postcard! http://frederator.com Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at the seed stages, on others over the course of entire runs and beyond. In every case, though, I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to be traveling in the cartoon cosmos. –Fred Seibert Too Cool! Cartoons Created by Fred Seibert Cartoon Hangover premiere April 4, 2013 Logo design by Frank Olinsky Series 21.23 [mailed out March 10, 2014]

March 13, 2014

Too Cool! Cartoons is Frederator’s fifth big idea cartoon incubator, and it’s shaped up to be just as awesome as our others. And stay tuned for more!
…..From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Frederator postcard! http://frederator.com Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at the seed stages, on others over the course of entire runs and beyond. In every case, though, I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to be traveling in the cartoon cosmos. –Fred Seibert Too Cool! Cartoons Created by Fred Seibert Cartoon Hangover premiere April 4, 2013 Logo design by Frank Olinsky Series 21.23 [mailed out March 10, 2014]

Too Cool! Cartoons is Frederator’s fifth big idea cartoon incubator, and it’s shaped up to be just as awesome as our others. And stay tuned for more!

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From the postcard back:

Congratulations!
You are one of 200 people
to receive this limited edition
Frederator postcard!

http://frederator.com

Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved
with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at
the seed stages, on others over the course of
entire runs and beyond. In every case, though,
I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to
be traveling in the cartoon cosmos.
Fred Seibert

Too Cool! Cartoons
Created by Fred Seibert
Cartoon Hangover premiere April 4, 2013 
Logo design by Frank Olinsky

Series 21.23 [mailed out March 10, 2014]

channelfrederator: We already told you guys about Simon’s Cat joining the Channel Frederator Network, and some people who read also know about it, but there are a few people on my mailing list that are illiterate and don’t watch. –Fred ….. From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Channel Frederator postcard! www.channelfrederator.com www.frederator.com The Channel Frederator Network Cartoon Central on the Internet February 2013 167 channels 6.3 million subscribers 7.6 million unique viewers 37 million monthly views 500 million minutes viewed Illustration by Simon Tofield Series 24.6

March 11, 2014

channelfrederator:

We already told you guys about Simon’s Cat joining the Channel Frederator Network, and some people who read also know about it, but there are a few people on my mailing list that are illiterate and don’t watch. –Fred
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From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Channel Frederator postcard! www.channelfrederator.com www.frederator.com The Channel Frederator Network Cartoon Central on the Internet
February 2013 167 channels  6.3 million subscribers  7.6 million unique viewers  37 million monthly views 500 million minutes viewed Illustration by Simon Tofield Series 24.6

channelfrederator:

We already told you guys about Simon’s Cat joining the Channel Frederator Network, and some people who read also know about it, but there are a few people on my mailing list that are illiterate and don’t watch. –Fred

…..

From the postcard back:

Congratulations!
You are one of 200 people
to receive this limited edition
Channel Frederator postcard!

www.channelfrederator.com
www.frederator.com


The Channel Frederator Network
Cartoon Central on the Internet

February 2013 
167 channels
6.3 million subscribers
7.6 million unique viewers
37 million monthly views
500 million minutes viewed

Illustration by Simon Tofield

Series 24.6