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Boomerang
Boomerang tv logo.png
Country Africa
Middle East
Greece
Cyprus
Broadcast area MENA (MENA feed)
Sub-Saharan Africa (African feed)
Greece (MENA feed)
Cyprus (MENA feed)
Headquarters Turner House,
Great Marlborough Street,
London, United Kingdom
Programming
Language(s) English
(MENA and Africa versions)
Arabic
(MENA version)
Greek
(MENA version in Greece and Cyprus)
Picture format (576i, SDTV)
(Africa version)
(1080i, HDTV)
(downgraded to 576i for SDTVs; MENA version)
Ownership
Owner WarnerMedia International
Sister channels Cartoon Network
CNN International
Turner Classic Movies
Cartoon Network Arabic
Cartoon Network Hindi
HLN
Boing
Toonami
History
Launched 5 June 2005; 17 years ago (5 June 2005) (Boomerang Africa)
1 July 2016; 5 years ago (1 July 2016) (Boomerang Middle East)
Former names Boomerang HQ (2005–2015)
Availability
Cable
Cablenet (Cyprus) Channel 305
(HD, MENA version)
Satellite
beIN (Middle East and North Africa) Channel 105
(HD, MENA version)
DStv (Sub-Saharan Africa) Channel 302
(SD/HD, Africa version)
Forthnet (Cyprus) Channel 503
(HD, MENA version)
NOVA Cyprus (Cyprus) Channel 403
(HD, MENA version)
NOVA Greece (Greece) Channel 52
(HD, MENA version)
Kwesé TV (Sub-Saharan Africa) Unknown
(SD, Africa version)
Channel 131
(SD, MENA verison)
IPTV
PrimeTel Channel 401
(HD, MENA version)
CytaVision Channel 31
(HD, MENA version)

Boomerang EMEA (formerly Boomerang HQ) is the collective title for two children's channels that air animated series; Boomerang Africa — a feed for Africa, and Boomerang MENA — a feed for the Middle East, in addition to Greece and Cyprus. Both services are owned by AT&T's WarnerMedia under its International division.

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