Cartoon Network UpfrontCartoon Network is turning 20 this year, and it reveled in its position as the #1 network for 6 to 11 year old boys (during its upfront presentation this week. The network officially announced a few shows that we knew were coming — including “Annoying Orange” based on the YouTube hit and “Dragons: The Series” based on the film “How To Train Your Dragon” — and it also announced a series from Nickelodeon star Nick Cannon. Speaking of kids’ TV, NBC announced its new Saturday morning lineup, NBC Kids, will be programmed by its preschool channel Sprout. It looks like the new kids’ TV battleground is the under-six age group) (Ad Age, reg required) (Business Insider) (Kidscreen)

Will Ferrell keeps on giving gifts to the humor-loving Millennial population (this time announcing a sequel to “Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy” during a surprise visit to “Conan” last night. The first film has achieved cult status, so we can see the sequel doing even better at the box office. Mark your calendars for the premiere in late 2013) (LA Times) (NY Daily News)

Plenty of stars have been discovered on YouTube, but now YouTube itself is searching the community for its next star! (YouTube is holding a contest called The Next Vlogger, to find a personality that it will coach and mentor to star on his or her own channel on the site. The hope is that the winner of the contest will bring fame and attention to the site as well as to themselves) (TechCrunch)

As more and more people are toting tablets (ABC and Nielsen are teaming up to figure out exactly how the devices are being used. In particular, the tracking service will look at video viewing, which will finally give a picture of how disruptive tablets may be to TV viewing as cable nets grow increasingly concerned about losing their audiences) (Variety, reg required)

High school girls want to look pretty for prom (but they have to do so in strict parameters. Retailers are rolling out dresses that schools think are inappropriate for young girls, so schools are taking a proactive approach, putting out detailed guides to the dresses that will — and won’t — make it past the prom venue doors. Among the no-nos: cutouts, backs that dip too low, and short skirts) (WSJ, reg required)

Penny pinching music fans will be delighted to hear that Spotify (is giving users a few more months of free, ad-supported listening. The service had originally planned to limit free listening to 10 hours a month) (AllThingsD)

Should your business be on Pinterest? (Here’s a handy flowchart to help you decide if you have something worth pinning. Speaking of social networks, we like hearing stories of the social media community helping to squash the bullying epidemic, as Reddit readers recently did for a Maryland student) (Column 5) (SocialTimes)

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