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Toon Disney (Scandinavia)

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Launched  August 1, 2005
Audience share  0.4% (Sweden 2008, )
Closed  September 11, 2009
Replaced by  Disney XD
Owned by  The Walt Disney Company
Broadcast area  Nordic countries and the Arab World

Toon Disney Scandinavia was a television channel broadcasting to the Nordic countries owned by The Walt Disney Company, available in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, and the Arab World.

It was launched on August 1, 2005 on the Canal Digital and Viasat satellite platforms, later on expanding into cable systems. Swedish cable network Com Hem added the channel on November 15.

Toon Disney Scandinavia broadcast between 6 am and 10 pm (CET) [7 am and 11 pm Finland] and featured audio tracks in Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, and English. It was advertising-free and was funded mainly by subscriptions.

The Scandinavian version of Toon Disney, and its sister channel Jetix, were replaced by Disney XD on September 11, 2009.

References

Toon Disney (Scandinavia) Wikipedia


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