Disney Channel (French TV channel)
Disney Channel is a French pay television channel, owned by the Walt Disney Company. It was launched in March 1997, primarily on the CanalSat platform.
|Disney Channel (France)|
|Launched||22 March 1997|
|Owned by||Disney Channels Worldwide ( Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International)|
|Picture format||1080i (HDTV)|
|Slogan||Fais le plein de fun, fais le plein de Disney Channel|
|Broadcast area||France |
|Timeshift service||Disney Channel +1|
|CanalSat||Channel 163 (HD) |
Channel 164 (+1)
|Numericable||Channel 201 (HD) |
Channel 202 (+1)
|Freebox||Channel 48 (HD) |
Channel 49 (+1)
|Neufbox||Channel 23 (HD) |
Channel 24 (+1)
|Orange TV||Channel 65 (HD) |
Channel 66 (+1)
|Bbox||Channel 100 (HD) |
Channel 101 (+1)
On 2 November 2002, the portfolio of Disney-branded channels in France expanded from one to four channel with the launch of Toon Disney, Playhouse Disney (now Disney Junior), and Disney Channel +1. The movie channel Disney Cinemagic (now Disney Cinéma) was launched in September 2007.
On 1 April 2011, the channel was launched on IPTV platforms. On 19 April 2011, Disney and Free ISP launched a VOD service on Freebox called Disney-Tek On 1 May 2011 the channel rebranded its graphical package.
- "CanalSat : lancera une nouvelle chaîne Disney à la rentrée". Boursier.com. 29 May 2007. Retrieved 17 June 2007.
- Official website
- Disney Channel on YouTube
- Disney Channel on Twitter
- Disney Channel on Instagram
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