Programming blocks Edit
KOL Secret Slumber Party on CBS (2006-2007)Edit
- Main article: KOL Secret Slumber Party on CBS
After the announcement of CBS/DIC partnership, the latter announced programming block was originally going to be called CBS's Secret Saturday Morning Slumber Party (or CBS's Saturday Morning Secret Slumber Party), but was later renamed KOL Secret Slumber Party on CBS after DIC, who produced all of the children's programming for the block, partnered with KOL, the children's area of AOL, which co-produced programming with DIC. AOL managed the programming block's website, and produced public service announcements which aired both on television and online. This aliance was what led to the name change for this block, and also because some of the programs were airing on Sundays (depending on the market).
KEWLopolis (2007-present) Edit
- Main article: KEWLopolis
In mid-2007, KOL withdrew sponsorship of the block. Afterwards, CBS and DIC announced a new partnership with American Greetings Corporation to produce the new KEWLopolis, a cartoon block aiming at young female children.