Carousel (TV channel)

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Carousel International
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Launched December 27, 2010 (2010-12-27)
Owned by Russian Government (Channel One Russia [50%]
VGTRK [50%])
Picture format 4:3 (576i, SDTV)

"Plug the summer!" (Summer 2011, 2012) "Channel for the new generation" (27 December 2010 - present)

"Channel One is for kids!", "VGTRK is for kids!" (Summer 2013 - present)
Country Russia
Language Russian
Broadcast area  Russia
International version:
 United States
 United Arab Emirates
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Headquarters Moscow, Russia
Replaced Bibigon and TeleNyanya
Sister channel(s) Channel One Russia, Russia-1, Russia-2, Russia-24, Russia-K, RTR-Planeta, My Planet, Sport, Sport-1, Moscow 24, Russia HD, Strana, Sarafan, Nauka 2.0, History, Fight Club, Russian Roman, Russian Bestseller, Telecafe, Dom Kino, Muzika, Vremya
DirecTV (USA) Channel 2145

Carousel or Carousel International is a Russian television channel dedicated to children and youth. It was founded by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. It is currently available in Russia, in France via Free and in the United States via DirecTV.[1]

Hasbro programs[edit]


  1. ^ Carousel — The main russian TV channel for children and youth! "«Creating a children’s television channel is difficult but very exciting! Our audience is very demanding, the most sincere, and undoubtedly the most important. Our channel is not only for entertainment, but for education, development and teaching. .. Nikolay Dubovoy — CEO, Carousel channel"

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