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Adult Swim stylized as [adult swim] is an American adult-oriented nighttime programming block of the basic cable network Cartoon Network that is programmed by its in-house production studio, Williams Street. Debuting in , Adult Swim serves as the nighttime identity of Cartoon Network, and it was established as alternative programming during late night hours when Cartoon Network's primary target audience, children between the ages of 7 and 15, would normally be sleeping. In , the block was granted its own Nielsen ratings report from Cartoon Network due to targeting a separate demographic. The block features stylistically varied animated and live-action shows, including original programming, syndicated series, anime , original video animations , and short films with generally minimal or no editing for content.
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This is a list of television programs formerly or currently broadcast on Cartoon Network 's late night block, Adult Swim in the United States. Although both entities share the same channel space, Adult Swim is classified as a separate network for the purposes of Nielsen ratings. For special programming released under the "Infomercials" banner, please see Infomercials. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
In 2014, approximately 46 percent of Asian immigrants (ages 5 and over) reported limited English proficiency, compared to 50 percent of all immigrants. Those from Eastern Asia were the most likely to be Limited English Proficient (LEP), at 57 percent, followed by South Eastern Asia (47 percent), Western Asia (41 percent), and South Central Asia (34 percent). The Asian origin countries with the highest share of LEP individuals were Burma (74 percent), China (69 percent), Vietnam (67 percent), and Laos and Cambodia (64 percent each). Asian countries with the lowest share of LEP individuals were Singapore (14 percent), Kuwait (21 percent), Israel (22 percent), and India (27 percent). Approximately 12 percent of Asian immigrants spoke only English at home in 2014, versus 16 percent of all immigrants.