Teletoon+

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Teletoon+
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Launched 16 October 2004 (2004-10-16)
Owned by ITI Neovision SA
Picture format 16:9 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Audience share 0.14% (2012, Nielsen[1])
Country Poland
Language Polish language
Broadcast area Nationwide
Formerly called ZigZap
Replaced Minimax (Polish feed)
Sister channel(s) MiniMini+
Website teletoonplus.pl
Availability
Satellite
Cyfra+ Channel 15 and Channel 141 (HD)
Channel 253 (SD)
Cable
UPC Poland Channel 676 (SD)
Vectra Channel 402 (SD)

Teletoon+ (stylised as teleTOON+; formerly ZigZap) is a Polish television channel owned and operated by ITI Neovision SA, available on their Cyfra+ platform. The channel aims at young people in the age group of 10–16 years, carrying various animated films, and programs and series. On 1 October 2011, ZigZap was renamed to Teletoon+, along with other ITI Neovision channels in Poland. The station competes with channels Cartoon Network and Disney XD and Disney Channel, which are available to a wider audience than Teletoon+. ITI Cyfrowy in connection with the termination MiniMax broadcasting launched at 20 December 2003, the television MiniMini for the youngest viewers. From 1 September 2001 the channel shares with Hyper channel at 21:00-01:00. On 14 February 2008 ZigZap had changed graphics and logos.

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