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  2. Cartoonito (Central and Eastern European TV channel)

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    Cartoonito is a European pay television channel that airs animated programming for pre-school children. It is broadcast in Germany , Austria , Switzerland , Benelux , the CIS , Czech Republic , Slovakia , Hungary , Romania , Poland , the Balkans , the Baltics and the Caucasus .

  3. Cartoonito - Wikipedia

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    Cartoonito is a brand name used by Warner Bros. Discovery for a collection of television networks and programming blocks aimed at preschool children. The name combines the "cartoon" with the Spanish suffix "ito", meaning "small".

  4. Cartoonito (Central and Eastern European TV channel) - Wikiwand

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    Cartoonito is a European pay television channel that airs animated programming for pre-school children. It is broadcast in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Benelux, the CIS, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Poland, the Balkans, the Baltics and the Caucasus.

  5. Cartoonito (Italian TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    Cartoonito is an Italian free-to-air television channel owned by Boing S.p.A., a joint venture of Fininvest 's MFE - MediaForEurope (through its Mediaset and RTI subsidiaries) and Warner Bros. Discovery (through its International division ). [1] [2] It is available on digital terrestrial television and free-to-air satellite provider Tivùsat.

  6. Cartoonito (British and Irish TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    Cartoonito is a British pay television channel which targets children between the ages of 3 and 6. It is run by Warner Bros. Discovery under its International division . History [ edit ]

  7. Cartoonito (Central and Eastern Europe) - Tele-library Wiki

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    Cartoonito is a Central and Eastern European children's television channel. It is the Central and Eastern European feed of Cartoonito. The channel was formerly known as boomerang until March 18, 2023. The channel currently broadcasts in Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Dutch, English, German...

  8. Cartoon Network (Central and Eastern Europe) - Wikipedia

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    Cartoon Network is a European pay television channel broadcast in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Romania and Slovakia. It launched on 1 October 2008 as a separate feed from the Polish feed, and is owned by Warner Bros. Discovery under its International division. History

  9. Cartoonito (Middle Eastern and African TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    Cartoonito is the name of two children's channels that air animated series for preschoolers: Cartoonito Africa — broadcast in Africa, and Cartoonito MENA — broadcast in the Middle East and North Africa, Greece, and Cyprus. Both channels are owned by Warner Bros. Discovery EMEA .

  10. Cartoonito | The Cartoon Network Wiki | Fandom

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    Cartoonito is a preschool block on Cartoon Network and Max, named after the international brand of the same name. On September 4, 2006, months after Tickle U ended, the now-defunct British sister channel Cartoon Network Too debuted a new programming block called Cartoonito, running from 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. daily. Series featured in Cartoonito were acquired from countries around the world ...

  11. Cartoonito (Central and Eastern Europe) | Logopedia | Fandom

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    Cartoonito (Central and Eastern Europe) | Logopedia | Fandom in: National Media Group, Warner Bros. Discovery, Cartoonito, and 9 more Cartoonito (Central and Eastern Europe) View source Contents 1 Boomerang 1.1 2012–2015 1.2 2015–2022 (Russia); 2015–2023 (other countries) 2 Cartoonito 2.1 2023–present Boomerang 2012–2015