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September 9, 2005 (as Al Jazeera Children's Channel)|
March 29, 2013 (as JeemTV)
|Owned by||BeIN Network|
|Formerly called||Al Jazeera Children's Channel (2005-2013)|
|NOVA Greece||Channel 857|
|SKY Italia||Channel 690|
|beIN||Channel 101 (HD)|
|Numericable (France)||Channel 649 (SD)|
|Naxoo (Switzerland)||Channel 279|
|NetCologne (Germany)||Channel 493 (SD)|
|Mozaic TV (Qatar)||Channel 10 (SD)|
|Freebox TV (France)||Channel 570 (SD)|
The story starts with JCC, the free to air children’s channel that was founded in September 2005.
On April 1, 2016, Jeem TV and Baraem on Arabsat and Nilesat have both been encrypted in favour of HD feeds available exclusively via the beIN Channels Network service. However, the pan-European feeds of both channels via Hot Bird remains free-to-air in SD-only format.
Content featuring children includes:
- debate shows
- magazine-programmes, covering educational themes such as: science, technology and sports
- quizzes and game-shows
The channel also broadcasts nature documentaries and cartoon and animation programmes.
The content is mostly third-party foreign shows, though the channel does produce some material itself. The bought-in material is selected from the international market. Foreign-language material is translated into Arabic, either by voice-over, dubbing or by subtitles.
The channel produces its own cartoon TV series and other animations, and also participates in co-productions with other public service children’s channels around the world.
Jeem TV developed its multimedia programme for learning and creativity with an interactive website. The website is bilingual in Arabic and English and provides more than 200 hours of educational and entertainment material. Members can also upload their images and videos and share them with other children around the world.
Programming for the pre-school sector, aged 3 to 6 years old, is presented under the title Baraem.
- Smurfs' Adventures
- Sissi – The Young Empress
- Sherlock Yack
- Rekkit Rabbit
- Super 4 (TV series)
- The Little Prince
- Seven and Me
- Shaun the Sheep
- Eco Company
- The Jungle Book
- The Sarah Jane Adventures
- 1001 Nights
- Healthy eating
- Peter Pan
- world of science
- Dragons: Race to the Edge
- The Jungle Bunch
- The International Quran Competition Tijanannour
- Angry Birds Toons
- Ronaldinho Gaucho's Team
- Doctor Who
- Deadly 60
- Geronimo Stilton
- Jeem Cup
- Jules Verne's Amazing Journeys
- Me and my Monsters
- M.I. High
- Mister Maker
- Wild Water World
- Saladin: The Animated Series
- Phineas and Ferb
- Filmmaster MEA hosts the launch of JEEMTV for Al Jazeera Children - Filmmaster MEA Archived July 7, 2013, at the Wayback Machine.
- JCC presents JeemTV for Arab children of the 21st century - qatarisbooming.com
- JeemTV [@JEEMTV] (29 March 2013). "JEEMTV on Twitter: "JeemTV is new and exciting experience, a great world waiting to be discovered t.co/0GgIh7I86y"" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- JeemTV official website (in Arabic)