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Spacetoon

Spacetoon
Spacetoon Logo
Launched March 4, 2000 (via Nilesat)
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)
Sister channel(s) Spacetoon English
Space Power tv
Website //home/spacetoon.com.spacetoonwww
Availability
Terrestrial
Nilesat Channel 21 (UHF) DVB-T2 in Doha

SpaceToon is an Arabian television channel, that specializes in animation and children programs. It began broadcasting in March of 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 (Australia) dub English 2003-2013, which stopped broadcasting on January 1st, 2011.

Space Toon published magazines, including Space Toon, Journal of Girls, Hamtarp, Fulla and Fifi, Dragon Poster and Spider-Man. Magazine production ceased in 2007.

Planets

  • 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.
  • Kids songs

Series shown and dubbed

(All Series Dubbed by Venus Center)

External links

Official
  • Spacetoon Arabia
  • Spacetoon Indonesia
  • Spacetoon India
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