Da Vinci Learning

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Da Vinci Kids
Launched15 September 2007; 12 years ago (2007-09-15)
Owned byDa Vinci Media GmbH
Picture format4:3/16:9 576i SDTV
720p HDTV
SloganBe Amazed Every Day
Country Germany
Broadcast areaCentral and Eastern Europe
Southeast Asia
Sub-Saharan Africa
India
Russia
United States
Canada
Mongolia
HeadquartersBerlin
Formerly calledDa Vinci Learning
Websitewww.davincikids.tv
Availability
Satellite
Telekom RomaniaChannel 362
MTS (Serbia)Channel 390
Polaris Media (Serbia)Channel 213
MAXtv (Croatia)Channel 362
Digi TV (Romania)Channel 78
StarSat (Sub-Saharan Africa)Channel 365
DStv (Sub-Saharan Africa)TBA
CANAL+ (Myanmar)Channel 93
Dialog TV (Sri Lanka)Channel 48
D-Smart (Turkey)Channel 122
Turksat (Turkey)Channel 203
Cable
INEA (Poland)Channel 162
Multimedia (Poland)Channel 114
TOYA (Poland)Channel 510
UPC Polska (Poland)Channels 613, 614
Cyfrowy Polsat (Poland)Channel 95
i-Cable (Hong Kong)Channel 513
NC+ (Poland)Channel 104
Netia (Poland)Channel 39
Vectra (Poland)Channel 402
Vodafone (Hungary)Channel 227
Magyar Telekom (Hungary)Channel 73
First Media (Indonesia)Channel 371
Transvision (Indonesia)Channel 225
My Republic (Indonesia)Channel 6
UPC Romania (Romania)Channel 313
AKTA TV (Romania)Channel 59
TTNET (Turkey)Channel 153
Telekom Romania (Romania)Channel 156
IPTV
Now TV (Hong Kong)Channel 460 (SD & HD)
Unifi TV (Malaysia)Channel 560 (HD) (Coming Soon)

Da Vinci Kids (formerly Da Vinci Learning) is an educational TV channel for kids age 6–12 and families, broadcasting in 19 language versions to more than 35 million homes worldwide. It broadcasts STEM and soft skills-based learning programs aimed at children and families during the daytime, and documentaries and educational series for grown-ups in the evenings.

History[edit]

Da Vinci Learning was launched on September 15, 2007 by its parent company, Da Vinci Media GmbH, and is headquartered in Berlin, Germany, with subsidiary offices in Singapore, Istanbul, Warsaw and Johannesburg. The channel got a rebrand in 2018 along with a name change.[citation needed]

List of programs[edit]

Programs currently airing on Da Vinci Learning include:

  • Absolute Genius with Dick and Dom (BAFTA Children's Presenters Award 2014)[1]
  • Art with Mati and Dada
  • Chasing Longevity (New York Festivals 2015)[2]
  • Culture Quest with Mr. Otter
  • Did You Know?
  • Finding Stuff Out (Canadian Screen Award 2016)[3]
  • Full Proof (Emmy Kids Award Nominee)[4]
  • Horrible Histories (International Emmy Kids Award 2016,[5] UK Broadcast Award 2018[6])
  • Look Kool (International Emmy Award Nominee[7])
  • Make Me A Super (New York Festivals 2018 Finalist[8])
  • mathXplosion (Telly Awards Bronze Winner,[9] Youth Media Alliance 2017 Winner[10])
  • Mily Miss Questions
  • Mystery of Matter (Emmy Award Outstanding Lighting Direction & Scenic Design[11])
  • Nature Tech (Emmy Award Cinematography - Nature Documentaries[12])
  • Operation Ouch (BAFTA Children's Factual 2013[13] and 2014,[14] BAFTA Best Children's Factual Nominee 2015 [15] and 2016[16] BAFTA Best Presenter Award Nominees 2015-2018[17])
  • Science Max (Canadian Screen Award - Best Children's Program 2017[18] & 2018[19])
  • Siesta Z (2017 International Emmy Kids Award Nominee)[20]
  • Snapshots (2018 International Emmy Kids Award[21])
  • Xploration Awesome Planet (2015 Daytime Emmy Awards Nominee[22])
  • Xploration DIY SCI (Daytime Emmy Awards Nominee 2017[23] & 2018[24])

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BAFTA". Retrieved 28 November 2018.
  2. ^ New York Festivals https://www.newyorkfestivals.com/tvfilm/main.php?p=2,3,16. Retrieved 28 November 2018. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. ^ Apartment 11 Productions https://www.apartment11.tv/en/finding-stuff-out-takes-home-two-canadian-screen-awards/. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  4. ^ "International Emmy Kids Awards announces nominees". Kidscreen. Retrieved 28 November 2018.
  5. ^ "International Emmy Awards announces nominees". Kidscreen. Retrieved 28 November 2018.
  6. ^ "Broadcast Awards". BroadcastNow. Retrieved 28 November 2018.
  7. ^ "2018 International Emmy Awards Nominees". iemmys. Retrieved 28 November 2018.
  8. ^ "New York Festivals 2018 Finalists". New York Festivals.
  9. ^ "mathXplosion". Distribution360.
  10. ^ "Awards of Excellence". Youth Media Alliance.
  11. ^ "Mystery of Matter". PBS.
  12. ^ "From the Castle: Success at Smithsonian Channel". Smithsonian.com.
  13. ^ "BAFTA Children's Factual 2013". BAFTA.
  14. ^ "Operation Ouch! BAFTA Children's Factual Award Winner 2014". YouTube.
  15. ^ "Children's in 2015". BAFTA.
  16. ^ "Children's in 2016". BAFTA.
  17. ^ "BAFTA Awards Search". BAFTA.
  18. ^ "2017 Canadian Screen Awards". ETCanada.
  19. ^ "2018 Canadian Screen Awards". ETCanada.
  20. ^ "International Emmy Awards Nominees". iemmys.tv.
  21. ^ "2018 INTERNATIONAL EMMY® AWARDS Nominees". iemmys.
  22. ^ "Complete List of Nominations for the 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards". tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com.
  23. ^ "DIY Sci Nominated for 3 Daytime Emmy Awards". stevespangler.com.
  24. ^ "XPLORATION DIY SCI NOMINATED FOR TWO DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS". stevespangler.com.