|Timeshift service Disney Cinemagic +1|
Replaced Toon Disney (UK)
|Launched 000000002006-11-01-0000November 2006 (UK)|
Picture format 576i (16:9/4:3) (SDTV)1080i (HDTV)
Audience share 0.1%~0.0% (+1) (November 2011, BARB)
Country Western EuropeUnited States
Sister channel(s) Disney Cinemagic HDDisney ChannelDisney XDDisney Junior
Owned by Disney Channels Worldwide, The Walt Disney Company Limited
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Disney Cinemagic is a pay cable movie channel owned by Walt Disney Company Limited (UK) operating primarily in European markets by Disney Channels Worldwide. Additionally, there are similar channels, run by BSkyB, Sky Cinema Disney, in the UK and Foxtel, Foxtel Movies Disney in Australia.
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Disney channel scandinavia disney cinemagic ident now hercules
Disney Cinemagic began broadcasting in the U.K. in March 2006 on BSkyB's premium package. In November 2007, the France market version of Disney Cinemagic was launched.
On November 30, 2008 at 8:30 PM, Disney Cinemagic HD debuted in France broadcasting on CANALSAT from 6am to 1am daily making the channel the first "children and family HDTV channel in a French market". In December 2008, Cinemagic HD channel was launched in the UK with programming in high definition with initial availability through Sky+ HD with a Sky Movies subscription.
On March 28, 2013, Cinemagic was replaced in the UK with Sky Movies Disney, a BSkyB premium channel, as part of a deal between BSkyB and Disney which allowed BSkyB to stream Disney movies on Sky's video on demand services. In a similar move in Australia, Foxtel has launched Foxtel Movies Disney on April 10, 2014, along with Disney XD.
Disney Cinemagic in Spain closed on 000000002015-01-01-0000January 1, 2015, despite protest on Twitter to save the channel. Disney Cinemagic in France was replaced by Disney Cinema in 000000002015-05-01-0000May 2015.