Pop Plus was a free-to-air British satellite television channel owned by CSC Media Group. It was licensed to air animation and music, and operated as a sister channel to the already-existing Pop. The channel operated the same broadcast hours as its sister channel (6am to 8pm at the time; Pop later expanded to its current 24-hour service) and was not a direct timeshift of its sibling, instead offering an alternative mix of the channel's content. (At one point the arrangement was that whilst Pop was showing music Pop Plus would show cartoons, and vice versa, but this was not always the case).
Pop Plus launched on 8 September 2003, and closed down on 27 July 2004. The station's capacity was used to launch the preschool-oriented Tiny Pop. This allowed the main Pop to refocus on slightly older children and reduce its use of preschooler shows.