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Rai Yoyo
Rai Yoyo - Logo 2017.svg
HeadquartersRome, Italy
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Sister channelsRai 1
Rai 2
Rai 3
Rai 4
Rai 5
Rai Gulp
Rai Movie
Rai News24
Rai Premium
Rai Scuola
Rai Sport
Rai Storia
Rai Ladinia
Rai Südtirol
Rai Italia
Launched1 November 2006; 14 years ago (2006-11-01)
ReplacedRaiSat Ragazzi
Former namesRaiSat Yoyo (2006-2010)
Digital terrestrial televisionChannel 43 (SD)
UPC SwitzerlandChannel 73 (Tessin)
Channel 573 (Romandy and Deutschswizz)
DirecTVChannel 2045 (HD)
Channel 2046 (SD)
TivùsatChannel 43 (SD)
Channel 143 (HD)
SunriseChannel 149
SpectrumChannel 77 (SD)
Channel 685 (HD)
Streaming media
RaiPlayLive streaming
Rai Yoyo's only logo as RaiSat YoYo from 2006 to 2010
Rai Yoyo's only logo as RaiSat YoYo from 2006 to 2010

Rai Yoyo is an Italian kids television channel owned by the Italian public broadcasting group RAI. Its programming consists of shows aimed at young children ages 4–7.[1]

On 1 November 2006, RaiSat Ragazzi was split in two channels: RaiSat Yoyo (for preschoolers) and RaiSat Smash.

On 31 July 2009, RaiSat Yoyo became a free-to-air channel on the new satellite platform Tivù Sat and was replaced by Nick Jr. on Sky Italia.

On 18 May 2010, when Rai rebranded all its channels, the name RaiSat was extinguished, and the channel was renamed Rai Yoyo.

In May 2016, the channel stopped broadcasting advertisements on air.


  1. ^ Fagioli, Andrea (27 May 2021). "Rai Yoyo: Nefertina, la 'scriba reporter'". Retrieved 27 May 2021.

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