VTM Kids

VTM Kids (formerly known as VTMKzoom) is a Belgian commercial television channel for youth. The broadcasts of the channel began on 1 October 2009. VTM Kids mainly focuses on 2- to 12-year olds. The children's channel is owned by DPG Media (formerly Medialaan).[1][2]

VTM Kids
Launched1 October 2009
Owned byDPG Media
Picture format16:9 576i (SDTV)
HeadquartersVilvoorde, Belgium
Sister channel(s)vtm
TV Vlaanderen Digitaal (Flanders)Channel 11
Mobistar TV (Belgium)Channel TBA
Telenet Digital TV (Belgium)Channel 34 (Flanders)
Channel 124 (Brussels)
Telenet (Belgium)Channel number varies
Numericable (Belgium)Channel TBA
Voo (Brussels)Channel TBA
Proximus TV (Belgium)Channel 132
SNOW (Belgium)Channel TBA
Scarlet (Belgium)Channel 132
Streaming media
Yelo TVWatch live (Belgium only)
TV OveralWatch live (Belgium only)

The channel is available in analog and digital basic offer of Telenet and in the digital basic offer of Proximus TV and TV Vlaanderen.


Most programs that are broadcast on VTM Kids are from the Flemish production companies Studio 100, Seamonster and Sultan Sushi. This list is incomplete.

Current Flemish children shows

Current imported children shows

Flemish children shows which are not currently aired

Imported children shows which are not currently aired

VTM Kids+

VTM Kids+ is a digital version of VTM Kids which broadcasts 24/24. VTM Kids+ is accessible via the red button on the remote control of the digital TV.

The pay channel was available from 1 October 2009 via Telenet Digital TV, 24h/24.[1][2] From 23 September 2013 the channel was no longer included in the new paying packages of Telenet. Only customers who are still subscribed to the old "kids package" can watch it.

The channel closed down on 1 June 2016.


  1. vtm lanceert kinderzender vtmKZOE, Showbizzsite.be, 12/08/09
  2. vtm wijzigt naam vtmkzoe in vtmkzoom, Showbizzsite.be, 28/08/09

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