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Broadcast areaWorldwide (except Europe)
Latin American Spanish
Brazilian Portuguese
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 480i/576i for the SDTV feed)
OwnerBlue Ant Media
Rock Entertainment Holdings
Sister channelsRock Entertainment
Rock Extreme
Love Nature
Smithsonian Channel
LaunchedSeptember 2013; 8 years ago (September 2013) (Brazil)[1]
ReplacedDisney Channel (Philippines, Cablelink channel space)
Closed1 April 2018 (SD Feed, Malaysia)
2020 (United Kingdom)
First Media
Channel 372 (HD)
Cable TV Hong KongChannel 518
Sky Cable (Philippines)Channel 120
Tigo (Bolivia)Channel 730 (HD)
Cablelink (Philippines)Channel 25
K-Vision (Indonesia)Channel 76
DirecTV (US)Channel 432
Sky Brasil (Brazil)Channel 52
Claro TV (Brazil)Channel 613 (HD)
Channel 91
G Sat (Philippines)Channel 28
Zuku TV (Kenya)Channel 630
DStv (Sub-Saharan Africa)Channel 314 (as a pop-up channel)
Fetch TV
Channel 275
Dhiraagu TV
Channel 167
MNC Play MediaChannel 39

ZooMoo is an international multilanguage pay television channel owned by Singapore's Beach House Pictures and New Zealand's NHNZ. This channel was first launched in Brazil in September 2013 in high definition (HD).[1] On 4 April 2014, ZooMoo was launched in Singapore via Starhub. In 2016, Canadian-based Blue Ant Media acquired a majority stake in the channel. The ZooMoo brand name is also used for international programming blocks broadcasting ZooMoo's original programming.

ZooMoo features puppetry, animations, games, music, puzzles and activities.[2] Programming on the channel is a blend of in-house original productions and acquired programming such as Jelly Jamm and Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends.

On 25 May 2018, the channel was launched in the Philippines on Easy TV Home.

The channel launched on Virgin Media channels 295 and 739 on 21 July 2018. A temporary duplicate of the SD channel launched a day later following the removal of the UKTV network of channels, taking the slot held by Eden +1, until they returned on 11 August 2018. The SD version was removed from channel 295 a few days later. The HD channel was removed from Virgin Media on 7 January 2020, the same day as 5Spike and VH1. The UK channel later closed in the same year.

On 1 December 2018, a ZooMoo programming block was launched on Cignal's exclusive channel, Colours.[3]

In Latin America, Brazil and the United States, ZooMoo is operated by AMC Networks International. Currently, the United States and Latin America share a ZooMoo feed, which is available in English and Spanish. The Brazilian feed, known as "ZooMoo Kids," features some exclusive shows produced in Brazil, and only features programming in Portuguese.

On 1 April 2020, it was launched on Zuku TV in Africa[4] and 6 months later on DStv[5] as a "pop-up channel" which has been extended from March to the end of June 2021.[6]

On 16 June 2020, Your Family Entertainment and Blue Ant Media made a "content swap" agreement which enabled an exchange of programming between the YFE catalog and the international ZooMoo channels to occur.[7] As a result, ZooMoo feeds worldwide began broadcasting series from the YFE catalog. The EMEA feed currently airs Albert Says... Nature Knows Best, Gloria's House, Urmel and Bob's Beach as a result of the swap. The United States/Latin America feed broadcasts Albert Says... Nature Knows Best, Urmel and Bob's Beach. The international kids' TV channels operated by YFE, Fix & Foxi and RiC, also begun to air some of ZooMoo's content, including their acquired animated series Jelly Jamm, as a result.

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  1. ^ a b "Zoomoo - Original Wildlife Channel Premieres on Starhub". ZooMoo Networks eKit. Retrieved 18 April 2018.
  2. ^ "ZooMoo and StarHub Unveil Asia's First Kids Channel Dedicated to Wildlife". StarHub. Retrieved 30 March 2016.
  3. ^ "Colours - Zoo Moo Parents | Facebook" – via
  4. ^ "Log into Facebook | Facebook". Cite uses generic title (help)
  5. ^ "5 new channels coming to DStv". Channel.
  6. ^ "Celebrate love and New Years' fun with ZooMoo (DStv 314) in February".
  7. ^ "YFE, Blue Ant agree content swap deal".

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