'Beware the Batman' & DC Nation

Sam Register, executive vice president for creative affairs at Warner Brothers Animation, revealed at MIP Junior (Kids Entertainemt Conference) that the next Batman animated series will be titled BEWARE THE BATMAN. 
According World’s Finest,  the CGI animated series, set for 2013 will feature:

 “… A classic-looking Batman teaming up with a gun-toting Alfred Pennyworth and a female ninja sidekick.
 BEWARE THE BATMAN is executive-produced by Glen Murakami, and will explore the mythology’s more obscure villains, such as Professor Pyg, but also won’t shy away from featuring some of the more well-known Batman foes.
In the series, Batman will team up with a younger female sidekick named Katana. During the keynote, Register added that Katana will fill the sidekick role, but won’t be a replacement for Robin.”

Register also provided  more  details about the Cartoon Network DC NATION programming.  
Aardman Animation (THE WRONG TROUSERS) will create new “claymation” Batman amf Plastic Man animated shorts.  
Wonder Girl, Batgirl, and Supergirl will team up in the girl appeal SUPER BEST FRIENDS FOREVER. 
THE DOOM PATROL will apear in  animated shorts.
Previously announced for 2012:

Based upon the DC Comics super hero, the series is an all-new CG animated action series from Warner Bros.
As Earth’s Green Lantern, Hal Jordan is used to being in dangerous situations—but he’s never faced anything like this! Set at the farthest reaches of deep space, Hal must face down an invasion from the Red Lantern Corps. Hal is soon joined by an all-new group of heroes on a mission to protect Guardian Space —and the Green Lantern Corps itself!

I had never heard of “Professor Pyg” before — turns out he’s more an adversary of the recent  Dick Grayson/Batman Damien Wayne/Robin, rather than being one of the classic set of villains.

'Green Lantern: Animated'—Trailer

Here’s a look at Warner Brothers’ GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES, a new Bruce Timm-produced series for Cartoon Network.
The CGI-aninmated show features the Hal Jordan incarnation of the hero, voice by Josh Keaton (ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN), with Michael Clarke Duncan (DAREDEVIL) reprising his big-screen role of the voice of  Kilowog.
The show is expected to premiere this fall.

Geoff Johns On 'Smallville', DC Animated

Booster_Gold_25DC’s Geoff Johns had a wide-ranging interview over at ComicBookResources, where among many other things, he discused some of DC’s TV productions.
Regarding the episode of SMALLVILLE featuring Booster Gold and the Blue Beetle that he’s writing:

“Yeah, I literally just finished the script before Christmas. Jaime Reyes Blue Beetle too.
…I love the Blue Beetle. We introduced (the alien-suit powered version) back during “Infinite Crisis.” I always liked the chemistry between him and Booster, so when I was going to do this episode, I wanted to do those two together and I think the story that we came up works really well. It’s very Booster 1.0, meaning he’s in the early stages of his career as a hero — and is pretty self-serving.
You’ll see Beetle’s origin, Booster first meeting Clark and Lois and maybe a cameo by someone from Kord Industries.”

It seems a shame to this writer that we won’t get a chance to see the classic teaming of Booster Gold and the Ted Kord Blue Beetle, but such is life.
Regarding what coming up in the animated DC Universe:

“There is already a series that we’re working on that I can’t get into yet but yes, you’ll definitely see more animated series coming from Warner Brothers Animation. Bruce Timm, Alan Burnett and Sam Register really love DC and DC is in really, really good hands. ”