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  2. Boomerang (TV network) - Wikipedia

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    Boomerang is an American cable television network and streaming service owned by Warner Bros. Discovery Networks, a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Discovery.. Boomerang debuted in 1992 as a programming block on Cartoon Network, dedicated to classic animation from the WB library (including Warner Bros. Cartoons and Hanna-Barbera productions, among many others), and was eventually spun-off into its ...

  3. Cartoon Network (Australian and New Zealand TV channel)

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    Cartoon Network's sister TV channel Boomerang was originally a Cartoon Network block for the lesser-known Hanna-Barbera classic cartoons that didn't already have regular half-hour slots. It began in April 2001 as a morning block airing at 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, but in August 2001 also aired as an hour-long mini-block in Cartoon Network After Dark.

  4. HLN (TV network) - Wikipedia

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    YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV, DirecTV Stream HLN is an American cable news channel owned by CNN Global , a division of Warner Bros. Discovery . A spin-off of CNN, it primarily carries a schedule of news programming during the daytime hours, with the remainder of its schedule dedicated to true crime programs.

  5. TLC (TV network) - Wikipedia

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    TLC is an American cable television channel owned by Warner Bros. Discovery.First established in 1980 as The Learning Channel, it initially focused on educational and instructional programming.

  6. Cartoon Network (British and Irish TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    Cartoon Network (commonly abbreviated as CN) is a British pay television channel aimed at children which airs animated programming targeting children aged 7 to 15. It is run by Warner Bros. Discovery EMEA for localisation strategy for international markets (such as the UK) and in conjunction with Warner Bros. Television Studios UK for the production of content and global leadership of the ...

  7. TNT (American TV network) - Wikipedia

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    Prior to the launch of the channel in 1988, the Turner Network Television name had been utilized by the Turner Broadcasting System for an ad hoc syndication service which produced and distributed various sporting events for carriage on Turner's Atlanta, Georgia superstation WTBS (channel 17, now WPCH-TV, which was separated from its national cable feed, TBS, in October 2007) as well as ...

  8. ITV (TV network) - Wikipedia

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    ITV is a British free-to-air public broadcast television network. It was launched in 1955 as Independent Television to provide competition to BBC Television (established in 1936).

  9. Boomerang (Latin American TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    Launching of Boomerang (2001–06) Boomerang was launched on 2 July 2001 with the same graphics and programming from the US variant of the channel. It used to air classic Hanna-Barbera cartoons that had been dropped from the Latin American variant of Cartoon Network back then. As general children's service (2006–07)

  10. Australia's multicultural and multilingual broadcaster. Includes news, sport, entertainment, documentary, film, food, radio and television schedule with program information

  11. National Geographic (American TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    National Geographic (formerly National Geographic Channel; abbreviated and trademarked as Nat Geo or Nat Geo TV) is an American pay television network and flagship channel owned by the National Geographic Global Networks unit of Disney General Entertainment Content and National Geographic Partners, a joint venture between The Walt Disney Company (73%) and the National Geographic Society (27% ...