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Disney Channel (Spanish TV channel)

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Disney Channel
DC 2014 hero.svg
Broadcast areaSpain
Andorra
Equatorial Guinea
Programming
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
OwnerThe Walt Disney Company
(operated by Vocento)
Sister channelsDisney Junior
History
LaunchedApril 17, 1998 (pay television)
July 1, 2008 (free-to-air)
ReplacedFly Music (on DTT)
Links
Websitedisneychannel.es
Availability
Terrestrial
DTTChannel 23 (Madrid, HD)
Cable
Vodafone TVChannel 70 (HD)
RChannel 156 (HD)
EuskaltelChannel 95 (HD)
TelecableChannel 33 (HD)
Satellite
Movistar+Channel 96 (HD)
IPTV
Movistar+Channel 96 (HD)
Orange TVChannel 44
2014 logo still used as Screen Bug as of 2020
2014 logo still used as Screen Bug as of 2020

Disney Channel is a Spanish over-the-air television channel centred on kids programming. It is owned by Disney-ABC Cable Networks Group. which is owned by The Walt Disney Company and by Spanish group Vocento which includes the conservative Spanish newspaper ABC (unrelated to American TV network of the same name). It was launched in 1998 as a pay television channel. On 1 July 2008, it replaced Fly Music on Spanish digital terrestrial television, thus becoming the first Disney Channel available over-the-air in the world.

A 1-hour timeshift channel called Disney Channel +1 was also launched.

History

Disney Channel Spain was launched in 1998, when The Walt Disney Company and Sogecable came to an agreement to distribute a Spanish version of the American Disney Channel on the satellite platform Canal Satélite Digital. The channel began broadcasting on April 17, 1998. The channel carried local-made shows and Disney's animation library. A Spanish version of the British show Art Attack, hosted by Jordi Cruz, was also produced and broadcast, among others.

In September 1999, Disney Channel Spain adopted Disney Channel UK's "Circles" logo and ident set created by GÉDÉON. 3 years later, Disney started to offer three more channels: a timeshift channel, called Disney Channel +1, Toon Disney and Playhouse Disney. Toon Disney's schedule was meant to air exclusively Disney animation, while Playhouse was a channel for a preschool audience. In 2008, Toon Disney became Disney Cinemagic, like the British, German and French versions did two years before.

In February 2008, the Walt Disney Company Iberia (TWDCI) decided to buy 20% stake in digital terrestrial television multiplex operator Sociedad Gestora de Televisión Net TV.[1] After the purchase, Net TV was owned by Vocento (55%), Intereconomía Group (25%) and TWDCI (20%). Finally, the company announced in late May 2008 the launch of Disney Channel replacing Net TV's Fly Music as a digital over-the-air channel on July 1, 2008.[2]

On May 1, 2010, Disney Channel Spain started broadcasting in 16:9 widescreen. Disney Channel has launched its new App logo on June 20, 2011. The website was also revamped. In 2012 a service called Disney Replay was introduced. It airs full episodes of series. The Phineas and Ferb episode "Knot My Problem" first premiered on this service on June 10, 2013. In November 2013 the site was changed again as per the other European Disney Channels.

Programming

*: Series not produced by Disney, but which is or has been part of the channel's programming.
**: Series not produced by Disney, but distributed by Disney in Spain

Animated

Acquired from Disney Junior

Live Action

Upcoming

Former

See also

References

  1. ^ "Disney adquiere el 20% de NET TV y tendrá canal propio". Formula TV (in Spanish). February 13, 2008. Retrieved April 10, 2016. Translation: Disney acquires 20% of NET TV and will own channel.
  2. ^ "Disney Channel will be free through DTT". Formula TV (in Spanish). May 28, 2008. Retrieved April 10, 2016. Translation.

External links

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