Disney Channel (British and Irish TV channel) Disney Channel was a British and Irish television kids channel owned and operated by The Walt Disney Company (UK) Ltd. Logo used from 2011-2014. Logo used on air between 2014 and 2020 before the closure. It was aired from 1 October 1995, to 30 September 2020. A one-hour timeshift service called ...
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.    The British version of Fox Kids was the first European variant before being ...
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Disney Channel was a kids and teen's entertainment channel that was available in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland from 1 October 1995 until 1 October 2020. A one-hour timeshift service called Disney Channel +1 was available on Sky and Virgin Media .
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Disney Channel was originally planned to launch in 1989 on Sky. It was featured in much of the promotional material surrounding the launch of Sky Television and the Astra satellite. The joint venture with Sky collapsed in May 1989 after discussion about the venture had been taking place since November 1988, but Disney felt it was no longer on equal footing on "decision-making responsibility" in 50-50 partnership. Disney was supposed to start up two channels, but when the talks broke d
Disney announced on 25 June 2020 that Disney Channel, along with sister channels, Disney XD and Disney Junior, will close in the UK on 1 October 2020, after exactly 25 years on-air, due to Disney failing to reach a new carriage deal with Sky and Virgin Media. The channel's content was transferred exclusively to Disney+. The channels were removed fr...
The majority of the channel's programming schedule was formed from the syndication of television series from its American counterpart. However, the channel did occasionally act as host for homegrown British series, including The Evermoor Chronicles, The Lodge and 101 Dalmatian Street.
Disney Channel formerly had an interactive television service on Sky, in which viewers were able to press the red button on their Sky remote to access information about their series, character profiles, detailed television listings, quizzes, and messages submitted by viewers.
Studio Disney was a live TV show, broadcast on Disney Channel UK. It launched in September 1997 as Disney Channel UK Live, and relaunched as Studio Disney on 23 April 2001. Some of the presenters included Nigel Mitchell, Emma Lee, Jean Anderson, Mark Rumble, Amy Garcia, David "Ollie" Oliver, James McCourt, Jemma Forte and Leah Charles-King. Studio ...
Disney Channel's website featured information, games, interactive features and contact details and submission forms. The site had been made entirely in Adobe Flash since 1 May 1999, the same day as the 1999 re-brand. In May 2003, it was redesigned to fit with the other Disney Channel's worldwide after the global re-brand. In 2007, it was added to d...
Main article: Sky Cinema Sky Cinema Disney was launched on 28 March 2013 replacing Disney Cinemagic as part of a deal between BSkyB and Disney.
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In October 1995, the Disney Channel in the UK's logo was a simplified Mickey Mouse head, with 'The Disney Channel' text on the bottom. Six identifications for the 1995 logo were created by Lambie-Nairn. In February 1997, the channel dropped 'The' from its name, with a new logo, for the launch of Disney Channel France. In 1997, Disney Channel France...
Disney Channel was a British and Irish television kids channel owned and operated by The Walt Disney Company Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) (Also known as Disney Co. Ltd), and part of Disney Branded Television which is originally from The Walt Disney Company.
The Disney Channel (until March 1, 1997) Links; Website: tv.disney.co.uk: Availability (at time of closure) Streaming media; Sky Go: Watch live (UK and Ireland only) Virgin TV Anywhere (UK) Watch live (UK only) Virgin TV Anywhere (Ireland) Watch live (Ireland only)