Ketnet

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Ketnet
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Launched December 1, 1997 (on BRT2)
May 1, 2012 (on OP12)
Owned by VRT
Picture format 576i SDTV
Country Flanders (includes Brussels)
Broadcast area National, also distributed in:
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Formerly called BRT2 (1977-1991)
BRTN TV2 (1991-1997)
Sister channel(s) Eén
Canvas
OP12
Sporza
Website ketnet.be
Availability
(channel space shared with OP12)
Terrestrial
VRT DVB-T (FTA) Channel 12
Satellite
TV Vlaanderen Digitaal (Flanders) Channel 12
TéleSAT Numérique (Wallonia) Channel 609
CanalDigitaal (Netherlands) Channel 39
Cable
Telenet (Flanders) Channel 12
Telenet (Brussels) Channel 112
Telenet Check your local listings at zenders.be
Ziggo (Netherlands) Channel 53
IPTV
Belgacom TV (Belgium) Channel 12 (Flanders)
Channel 60 (Brussels)
Channel 232 (Wallonia)
KPN (Netherlands) Channel 29
SNOW (Belgium) Channel TBA
Streaming media
Yelo TV Watch live (Belgium only)
TV Overal Watch live (Belgium only)
TV Partout Watch live (Belgium only)
Horizon Go Horizon.tv (Netherlands only)
Bhaalu Info
SNOW Multi-scherm Nederlandstalig Info

Ketnet is a public children's television channel in Flanders, Belgium owned and operated by the VRT, Flanders' public broadcaster. It broadcasts a mix of locally produced and imported productions on the third public channel from 6am until 8pm.

Presenters[edit]

As with VRT's main television station één, Ketnet employs in-vision continuity announcers. In the case of Ketnet, the announcers also present various programmes for the station and are known as Ketnetwrappers.

Logos[edit]

Ketnet TV programming[edit]

These lists are incomplete; current status may rapidly be outdated

Current local (co-)productions[edit]

Imports[edit]

Kaatje van Ketnet[edit]

Formerly aired local (co-)productions[edit]

Formerly aired from BRTN TV2 until 1 December 1997 on Monday[edit]

Formerly aired imports[edit]

KetnetRadio[edit]

Main article: Ketnet Hits

On 17 November 2007, Ketnet launched KetnetRadio, an online radio station consisting of a looped 3-hour programme, broadcast for 24 hours. A new programme is produced and broadcast every day. KetnetRadio is presented by Ketnet presenter and continuity announcer Kristien Maes. Listeners can tune in on Ketnet's website.

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