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Spacetoon Logo
Launched March 27, 2000 (via Nilesat, now since 2013 was renamed by NET TV Arabia then become Arabic national TV station)
May 31, 2013 (via Arabsat)
Picture format 720p(HDTV)
Slogan Young Future Channel
Country Syria-UAE
Language Arabic
Broadcast area Middle East
Headquarters Damascus (operational)
Dubai (General)
Replaced by NET TV Arabia (in Middle East)
Sister channel(s) Spacetoon English
Space Power tv
Nilesat Not available

Spacetoon is an Arabic television channel, that specializes in animation and children programs. It began broadcasting in March 2000 and has two primary headquarters: one that opened in 2001 in Damascus, and another that opened in 2004 in Dubai.

Spacetoon Group has 3 channels in the Middle East: Spacetoon, Space Power TV, and the now-defunct Spacetoon English, which stopped broadcasting on January 1, 2011. Spacetoon also has a few international channels in India, Indonesia and Persian-speaking regions such as Iran.

Space Toon magazine[edit]

Space Toon published magazines, including Space Toon, Journal of Girls, Hamtaro, Fulla and Fifi, Dragon Poster and Spider-Man. Magazine production ceased in 2007 due to extremely low advertising sales and lack of interest.مواعيد عرض سبيس تون


  • Action (Planet of the excitement and mystery) of the series of movement and excitement.
  • Adventure (Planet of the imagination and thrill) of the Series adventures.
  • Sport (Planet of the challenge and strength) of the series and sports programs.
  • Zumarda (planet for girls only) series and programs for girls.
  • Bon Bon (Planet Heroes adults) for baby shows
  • History (planet from time immemorial) for the historical series.
  • Science (planet discovery and knowledge) for educational programs.
  • Abjad (Planet of the numbers and letters) for educational programs.
  • Comedy (Planet Laughter) to comedy series.
  • Movies (planet of all colors) for the cartoons.

Series shown and dubbed[edit]

Most of the shows are dubbed by Venus Center, with Tom and Jerry being an exception. Children's songs (e.g. Kidsongs) are also broadcast between shows. Former and current shows are listed here.

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