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  1. Teletoon - Wikipedia

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    On April 18, 2012, Teletoon launched a high-definition feed called Teletoon HD, which simulcasts the East Coast standard-definition feed. The Eastern version of Teletoon HD is available through Eastlink, Cogeco Cable, Bell Satellite TV, Telus Satellite, Shaw Direct, Rogers Cable, and other providers.

  2. Teletoon | Teletoon Wiki | Fandom

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    Teletoon (stylized as TELETOON) is a specialty channel that broadcasts animation programming. Teletoon is owned by Teletoon Canada Inc., a joint venture between Astral Media and Corus Entertainment. Its name is a portmanteau of television and cartoon and has no connection with the Télétoon (French TV channel)|television channel in France of the same name. Teletoon predominantly airs many television series of which come from the Cartoon Network from the United States, making it, more or...

    Licensed in 1996 by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), the channel launched on October 17, 1997 with the first episode of Caillou. It was originally owned by a consortium made up of various other Canadian specialty services and producers; The Family Channel Inc. acting as managing partner at 53.3% (Astral Media & Western International Communications|WIC), YTV Canada Inc. at 26.7% (Shaw Communications), along with Cinar and Nelvana with 10% each. Through vario...

    Template:See Teletoon predominantly airs animated television series with the occasional film broadcast through its programming block, Teletoon Presents, many television series of which come from the Cartoon Network from the United States. Teletoon's licence requires that 90% of all programs on the network are animated (151.2 hours per week). The network airs non-animated stunt programming, which are usually in the form of movies, but they can only do so for 16.8 hours per week, or 2.4 hours per...

  3. Teletoon | Ultraverse Wiki | Fandom

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    Teletoon is a Canadian English language specialty channel owned by Teletoon Canada, Inc., a subsidiary of Corus Entertainment. Its name is a portmanteau of "television" and "cartoon". The channel primarily broadcasts various animated series, including both original and imported content, aimed at children and younger teenagers. Teletoon operates two timeshift feeds running on Eastern and Pacific schedules. Along with its French language counterpart Télétoon, it is available in over 7.3...

    In 1996, Teletoon was licensed by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) after a related application for a channel to be called "Fun TV" had been denied. The channel was launched on October 17, 1997, with the first episode of Caillou. At the time, it was known as The Animation Station before later adding, and then switching to, its slogan: It's Time To Twist!, and then later switching to the current slogan "It's Unreal!

    Teletoon predominantly airs animated television series and movies. Its license originally required that 90% of all programs on the channel be animated. Its French language counterpart contains a different schedule of programs, some being French dubbed versions of shows such as South Park.

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  4. Teletoon | Ultimate Pop Culture Wiki | Fandom

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    In 1996, Teletoon was licensed by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) after a related application for a channel to be called "Fun TV" had been denied. The channel was launched on October 17, 1997, with the first episode of Caillou. At the time, it was known as The Animation Station before later adding, and then switching to, its current slogan: It's Unreal! When Teletoon was launched in 1997, it showed more mature fare as the day progressed, with a strong commitment to air diverse and international programming, and the ability to air a great majority of material uncut. A typical weekday broadcast day ran preschool (little kids) content from 4am EST to 3pm EST, then Kids (school-aged) content from 3pm-7pm, then "Family" content from 7pm-9:30pm, then "Adult" content from 9:30pm-4am. More adult cartoons such as Duckman and various animeprograms were aired after midnight. In 1999, Teletoon started airing bumpers with its first mascot, Teletina. These b...

    Teletoon HD

    On April 18, 2012, Teletoon launched a high definition feed called Teletoon HD, which simulcasts the East Coast standard definition feed. The Eastern version of Teletoon HD is available through EastLink, Cogeco Cable, Bell TV, Telus Satellite, Shaw Direct, Rogers Cable, and other providers. Telus Optik TV announced they would carry the Western version of Teletoon HD, which simulcasts the West Coastfeed.

    Teletoon On Demand

    Teletoon On Demand is a video-on-demandchannel featuring series from Teletoon.

    Teletoon at Night

    1. Main article: Teletoon at Night Launched in September 2002 as "The Detour on Teletoon", the block is an amalgamation of it and "Teletoon Unleashed", an adult programming block. Its French counterpart, Télétoon la nuit, airs on the Francophone Télétoonchannel. In September 2009, the block was relaunched under its current name with an overhaul of its on-air appearance.

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  6. On April 18, 2012, Teletoon launched a high-definition feed called Teletoon HD, which simulcasts the East Coast standard-definition feed. The Eastern version of Teletoon HD is available through Eastlink, Cogeco Cable, Bell TV, Telus Satellite, Shaw Direct, Rogers Cable, and other providers.

  7. List of programs broadcast by Teletoon - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of programs broadcast by Teletoon. Télétoon, the French version of Teletoon, has a different program schedule than the English version, although many of the same shows are aired on both channels. For the final television programs broadcast in the nighttime on these channels, see Teletoon at Night and Télétoon la Nuit ...

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    On April 18, 2012, Teletoon launched a high definition feed called Teletoon HD simulcasting the east coast standard definition feed. It is currently only available through EastLink cable. Telus has announced that they will pick up the feed soon. [6] Teletoon Movies Television Films. My Babysitter's a Vampire Theatrical Films. Crash Canyon: The ...

  9. East & West Coast Feeds? | Canadian TV, Computing and Home ...

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    Telus Optik TV carries both east and west coast feeds of Disney XD, both are available in HD. They also carry both feeds of APTN, however the west feed is only in standard definition while the east feed is only in HD. I don't think anybody carries both feeds of Cartoon Network, Telus carries only the western feed (which is also in HD).

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    CTV2, OMNI East • Southern Ontario, Peterborough to London Corridor: CHCH, OMNI, OMNI 2, OMNI East, TFO, TVO • Sudbury: CHCH, TFO, TVO, OMNI East • Northern Ontario: TFO, TVO, OMNI East Entry Level Basic TV Package The following local over the air channels are also available in Entry Level Basic TV in the following areas:

  11. Timeshift channel - Wikipedia

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    A timeshift channel is a television channel carrying a time-delayed rebroadcast of its "parent" channel's programming. This channel runs alongside their parent: the term "timeshift" does not refer to a network broadcasting at a later time to reflect a local time zone, unless the parent is also available.