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Main Article: Scratch in the Media/Cartoon Network
The Cartoon Network TV channel has partnered with Scratch to give more children exposure to the world of programming. So far, Scratch has collaborated with Cartoon Network on three events.
Main Article: Scratch in the Media/Pursuitery
Pursuitery is an online website designed to connect with kids who want to learn more. One of the classes featured on Pursuitery is a "Coding with Scratch" activity, linked to in the Scratch website.
Main Article: Scratch in the Media/EPAM Systems
EPAM Systems hosts a program called e-kids that teaches coding to kids. It uses Scratch alongside a few other tools.
Main Article:Scratch in the Media/Why!? Programming
NHK has a TV program named "Why!? Programming". It is broadcasted almost every week since June 2017. NHK also provides a community to show Scratchers' projects.
Main Article: Hour of Code
The Hour Of Code Program is a program that allows schools to give students the opportunity to try out different coding websites, like Scratch. It happens every December.
Main Article: Scratch in the Media/Science Olympiad
In 2014, the National Science Olympiad had two events known as "Game On" which consisted of various coding challenges on Scratch. The creations made were then judged by Science Olympiad judges.
Main Article: Scratch in the Media/Shaun's Game Academy
Shaun's Game Academy is a UK-exclusive competition hosted on shaunsgameacademy.co.uk for the best Scratch game project relating to Shaun the Sheep. The webpage features Scratch along with a getting started tutorial on how to understand the program.
Main Article: Scratch in the Media/SpaceX Falcon 9 Lander
Around September 18th, 2015, many news outlets linked to a Scratch project known as SpaceX Falcon 9 Lander. The project became so popular that Scratch began experiencing connectivity problems due to the large increase in website activity.