Spacetoon English

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Spacetoon English
Launched April 1, 2005; 13 years ago (2005-04-01)
Closed January 1, 2011; 7 years ago (2011-01-01)
Network U.A.E
Slogan Young future channel
Language English, Arabic
Headquarters UAE
Sister channel(s) Spacetoon Arabic, Space Power TV
Availability
Satellite
Nilesat 12015 V 27500 3/4 (2005–2006)
12341 V - 27500 - 3/4 (2006–2011)[1](defunct)

Spacetoon English was an English TV channel, owned by Spacetoon International that specialized in animation and children's programs and was an English version of Spacetoon Arabic. Like Spacetoon Arabic, it was a channel with ten planets that determine the varieties and animation with age.

History[edit]

Spacetoon English started broadcasting on April 1, 2005 at 11:00am and was broadcast from 11:00am to 8:00pm. After developments had taken place on the channel, it transmitted from 09:00 to 21:00. The channel suddenly and temporarily stopped broadcasting on Wednesday, August 19, 2009 at 6:00 pm for a week, and returned to the air on Wednesday, August 26, 2009. From then on, it broadcast from 14:00 to 19:15.

On January 1, 2011, Spacetoon English was closed down.

Planets[edit]

  • 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 (Arabic word meaning Emerald in English) (planet for girls only) series and programs for girls.
  • Bon Bon (planet Heroes adults) for pre-school programs.
  • History (planet from time immemorial) for the historical programs.
  • Science (planet of discovery and knowledge) for educational programs.
  • Alpha (Planet of the numbers and letters) for educational programs.
  • Comedy (Planet Laugher) to comedy series.
  • Movies (planet of all colors) for the cartoons.

Former programming on Spacetoon English[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nilesat 102". Lyngsat. Retrieved 2007-02-28. 

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