History. According to James B. Stewart's book DisneyWar, Fox Kids' history is intertwined with that of the syndicated children's program block The Disney Afternoon. DuckTales, the series that served as the launching pad for The Disney Afternoon, premiered in syndication in September 1987, airing on Fox's owned-and-operated stations as well as various Fox affiliates in many markets.
Historia Nacimiento. Fox Kids, como tal, fue originalmente fundado el 8 de septiembre de 1990 bajo el nombre de Fox Children's Network, siendo un bloque de programación de dos horas en las cadenas pertenecientes y afiliadas a la compañía Fox  con una programación de dibujos animados propios del canal, en competencia con el bloque The Disney Afternoon que Disney estaba implementando en ...
Fox Kids was de primaire kindertelevisiezender van Fox Family Worldwide, onderdeel van Saban Entertainment en Fox Entertainment Group.Na 2002 ging ABC Family verder onder de naam ABC Family Worldwide, als onderdeel van The Walt Disney Company en werd de zender in Amerika vanaf september 2002 hernoemd naar Jetix.
Fox was a pan-Asian pay television channel, owned and operated by Fox Networks Group Asia Pacific, a subsidiary of Disney International Operations. The network operated six subnetworks, all solely branded as Fox; one pan-Asian feed meant for East Asia , then individual feeds for Japan , Thailand , The Philippines , Taiwan , and Vietnam .
William Fox entered the film industry in 1904 when he purchased a one-third share of a Brooklyn nickelodeon for $1,667. He reinvested his profits from that initial location, expanding to fifteen similar venues in the city, and purchasing prints from the major studios of the time: Biograph, Essanay, Kalem, Lubin, Pathé, Selig, Phonoson-Coles, Tsereteli and Vitagraph.
Disney XD (formerly Fox Kids and Jetix) was a British and Irish pay television channel. First launched as Fox Kids, it originated from the United States, and was owned by Fox Television Entertainment, before rebranding itself to Jetix in December 2005.
On September 14, 2002, ABC rebranded its Saturday morning block, as a subtle nod to the Fox Kids brand acquired by Disney through its purchase of Fox Family Worldwide, to ABC Kids (as a result of the sale, Fox Kids ceased to exist; Fox's children's program lineups would be handled from that point onward by 4Kids Entertainment until 2008).