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Address of Cartoon Network Studios
The address of the Cartoon Network Studios is 300 North 3rd Street, Burbank, California 91502, United States you can go through with this address detail for contacting Cartoon Network Studios for their queries.

Phone number of Cartoon Network Studios:

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+1 818-729-4000


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Comments (5) on Cartoon Network Studios

Calledon Chase pillay:

Hi I'm a south African teenager who will be finished school in 3 years time and will study at the animation school here in Cape Town south Africa and become a qualified animator or my second option is to study at art school and become a qualified cartoonist I would like to know if your studios are interested in hiring young animators and cartoonist from other countries in the future I would really like to work here some day thanks for taking us the viewers who watch the different cartoon network shows that are amazing and original..Posted on Aug 12, 2016

savannah riddle:

Dear cartoon network, Listen I know a lot of people will do this. Do a contest to were people can design a character of heir on for Steven universe and made put a character in a episode it would help you get even more ratings for people watching tryst me.Posted on Jul 10, 2016

calledon Chase Pillay:

Hi, cartoon network are your'll offering an animator job for cartoon network studios.Posted on May 07, 2016

Kathleen Hogan:

Dear Cartoon Network, (Sorry if this is worded strangely. The key between "y" and "i" is broken.) I am in the 11th grade and am doing a school project on my dream career. I hope to one day be an animator/storyboard artist. I was wondering if some of my ponders might be answered. 1) What schooling is needed for employment? 2) What is the average salary? 3) What is the daily life like for an animator/storyboard artist? 4) What is the acceptance rate for employment like? 5) What can one do to set themselves aside for a better chance of being hired? Thanks a lot for the time spent reading this, I am a big fan! -KatPosted on May 07, 2016

Omari Callender:

Dear Cartoon Network, I am definitely a fan on some of the CN's cartoons, and I am honestly hoping that I can add to some of those awesome cartoons. I was interested in knowing if Cartoon Network is accepting any ideas for an animated series? I have a great idea for a cartoon show and I think that it will be appealing to the execs, directors, etc. I know that to do a challenging task needs the help of a literary agent or manager, and also needs to be as perfect as possible. Besides that, I honestly want to share a brilliant idea of my own to the myriad of ideas that CN has created over its many years.Posted on Apr 27, 2016