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Channel Frederator: A Change is Gonna Come

September 15th, 2009

Channel The world’s original cartoon podcast is turning 4 years old in November and to celebrate we’re giving out cash.You heard right.Starting on October 6th, we’re switching to a one cartoon format and giving every animator $50 to let us show their short. At the end of every month, the animator with the most online views in their debut week wins $200.   As usual, the deal is non-exclusive. You still own the rights to your short, we just want to share it with the world. Oh, and did we mention it’ll be shown on the world’s original cartoon podcast network? (Seriously. Wikipedia it.)But, wait there’s more!In November, we’re launching a new series called “Cartoon Hangover”. A show dedicated to bringing you the craziest animations on the web.   Animators: No longer do you have to censor your most insane (and R-rated) ideas. You now have a venue for your insanity! And that venue is “Cartoon Hangover”.What are you waiting for? SUBMIT your animations today!And while you’re at it, peruse our main site and subscribe to our youtube channel and twitter feed!More about Channel Frederator:Channel Frederator is the world’s original cartoon podcast. Created by former Nickelodeon and MTV executive Fred Seibert and inspired by founder David Karp, Channel Frederator isn’t just another place for animation on the web, it’s become Cartoon Central on the Internet.. It is the home for animation fans on the web, where the cartoon tribe can meet, show their work, and connect with each other. Channel Frederator has been home to some of the most popular original animation on the web including “Nite Fite,” (an award-winning series created for sponsor Starburst), and the wildly popular Meth Minute 39 series (awarded “best of 2007” by iTunes).

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