Toon Disney was an American multinational pay television channel owned by Disney Channels Worldwide, a subsidiary of Disney-ABC Television Group. The channel's target audience was children ages 2–11,  and children ages 6–13 during the Jetix programming block.
As of April 1, 2022, Disney XD only has two sister networks outside of North America; Poland as a full-time network, and the Netherlands as a time-share with Veronica TV. See also. Disney Channel - the main channel counterpart to Disney XD; Toon Disney - precursor channel to Disney XD; Jetix - an international brand that aired on Toon Disney
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Toon Disney was a cable TV channel that launched in 1998 and discontinued in 2009. The channel aired animated TV shows and movies from The Walt Disney Company and DIC Entertainment. Toon Disney's first logo was based around Disney Channel's 1997 logo. It would normally have a character from a Toon Disney show pop out from the screen, which leaves most of the screen in this logo shattered. An ...
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Welcome to the Toon Disney/Disney XD Broadcast Archives! This is a collaborative project that aims to archive and preserve the schedules and events surrounding Toon Disney's history as well as when it rebranded into Disney XD in 2009.
Toon Disney was a 24-hour cable channel owned by The Walt Disney Company in the United States. Toon Disney aired mostly children's animated television series. Toon Disney is a sister channel of Disney Channel, Toon Disney aired animated children's programming 24 hours a day (except for minimal live-action programming); its format had similarities to those of Cartoon Network and the later ...