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Disney Channel (Hungarian TV channel)

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Disney Channel
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CountryHungary
Broadcast areaHungary
Czech Republic
Slovakia
Ownership
OwnerDisney-ABC Television Group
Sister channelsDisney Channel CEE
Disney Channel (Czech Republic)
Disney Channel Romania
Playhouse Disney
History
LaunchedNovember 2000 (as Fox Kids)
1 January 2005 (as Jetix)
19 September 2009 (as Disney Channel)
Former namesFox Kids
Jetix
Links
WebsiteDisneyChannel.hu
Availability

Disney Channel (on-air known as Disney Csatorna) is a Hungarian pay television channel owned by the Disney-ABC Television Group. It is aimed at children and teens. It used to be known as Fox Kids, and later as Jetix. The channel is broadcast in Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia, the two latter receiving it with a Czech audio track.

History

The channel was launched in Hungary on November 2000 as Fox Kids. One year later, it increased its coverage area to the Czech Republic and Slovakia with the addition of a Czech audio track to the channel. On 18 April 2004, Fox Kids launched Jetix as a programming block, and later, on 1 January 2005, the channel was rebranded as Jetix.

On 11 August 2008, Jetix started broadcasting a block of "Disney stars", featuring the series Kim Possible, Phineas and Ferb, American Dragon, Hannah Montana and later Wizards of Waverly Place. After Disney XD was launched on 19 February 2009 in the US, the Disney-ABC Television Group has started re-branding Jetix channels in all countries. However, in certain countries (including Hungary), Jetix was replaced by Disney Channel, marking that channel's introduction in these countries. Thus, Jetix was rebranded as Disney Channel on 19 September 2009. On 21 July 2014, the channel adopted the new logo. The channel switched to 16:9 widescreen on 29 January 2015.

On 3 May 2011, Disney Channel Central Europe started using the same and updated on-air logo as in the United States, along with several other Disney Channels across Europe, completing its transitional rebrand to the new look. The new logo has debuted on the Czech feed first, prior to appearing on the UK, German, French, Dutch and Spanish feeds. The Playhouse Disney programming block was rebranded to Disney Junior in the Czech Republic and Slovakia on June 1, 2011.

Since 2012, most of the channel's promos are being produced in widescreen. In December 2012, Disney Channel Central Europe has adapted the same on-air presentation and graphics, with minor differences, used by Disney Channel UK. This update has been fully complete in spring.

In June 2014, Disney Channel Central Europe adapted the new logo currently used by Disney Channel Germany. It started broadcasting in 16:9 widescreen format from 29 January 2015.[1] |}

Current programming

Live-action

Animated

Disney Junior

Disney Junior launched in Hungary as separate channel from 1 July 2015.

Future programming

Live-action

Animated

Former programming

Live-action

Animated

Jetix

References

  1. ^ "Disney Channel in 16:9 beginning with January (Czech)". Parabola.cz. 2015-01-29.

External links

This page was last edited on 28 October 2021, at 19:06
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