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Disney Channel (Belgian TV channel)

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Disney Channel Belgium
Broadcast area
HeadquartersBergweg 50
Picture format1080i HDTV
OwnerThe Walt Disney Company (Benelux) BV The Walt Disney Company
Sister channelsFrench Disney Junior
Flemish Disney Junior
Launched2012 (Flemish independent channel)
29 June 2015; 7 years ago (2015-06-29) (French feed)
ReplacedDisney Channel Netherlands
Disney Channel France
WebsiteFrench website
Dutch website
Streaming media
Telenet Yelo PlayYelo Play

Disney Channel is the Belgian edition based on the American channel of the same name, owned by the Walt Disney Company.

Disney Channel was launched in Flanders on 1 November 2009, as a subfeed from the Dutch version. The Flemish channel was split from the Dutch version in 2012.

For the French part of Belgium, Disney Channel France aired in the country until 29 June 2015, when a French Belgian localized feed was launched.

The Flemish and French feeds have the same schedule with their own ad breaks.


Disney Channel France was launched in Belgium on 31 March 2003 as an option of the digital cable offers with Canal+.[1]

The French Disney channels were added to Belgacom TV on 1 December 2006.[2]

The Dutch Disney Channel was launched on 30 October 2009 on Belgacom TV, and on 1 November on Telenet along with the French channel.[3]

Since 2012, the Flemish and Dutch Disney Channel became two separate versions, each with their own programming.

A French Belgian feed was launched on 29 June 2015, replacing Disney Channel France except in satellite. The French and Flemish feeds have almost the same schedule, they can have differences like TV shows only dubbed in French like Disney Fam Jam.

Disney Channel Belgium is available in HD on all its providers.

Audience share[4]

In 2019, the French feed is the 3rd kids-specialized channel in Southern Belgium for the 4–14 years old range, behind Nickelodeon and Disney Junior, and in front of Cartoon Network and Studio 100 TV. All ages combined, the channel is ranked 14th regionally.[5]

The Flemish feed is the 5th kids-specialized channel in Northern Belgium for the 4–14 years old range, behind Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Studio 100 TV and Cartoon Network, and in front of Disney Junior, VTM Kids and VTM Kids Jr.[6]


  1. ^ "Disney Channel disponible en Belgique". DH Les Sports + (in French). 28 March 2003. Retrieved 7 January 2021.
  2. ^ SPRL, Grégoire Bourguignon, Astel (30 November 2006). "Les chaînes Disney débarquent sur Belgacom TV". Astel (in French). Retrieved 7 January 2021.
  3. ^ "Disney Channel lands in Flanders". Broadband TV News. 14 October 2009. Retrieved 7 January 2021.
  4. ^ "Résultats publics". CIM (in French). Retrieved 7 January 2021.
  5. ^ "Parts de marché Sud - 2019" (PDF).{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  6. ^ "Marktaandelen Noord - 2019" (PDF).{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
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