Disney Channel (Belgium) facts for kids
|Broadcast area||Belgium, Luxembourg|
|Picture format||1080i HDTV|
|Owner||The Walt Disney Company (Benelux) BV The Walt Disney Company|
|Sister channels||French Disney Junior
Flemish Disney Junior
|Launched||2012 (Flemish independent channel)
29 June 2015 (French feed)
|Replaced||Disney Channel Netherlands
Disney Channel France
|VOO||Channel 70 (French)|
|Telenet (Flanders)||Channel 29 (Dutch)|
|Telenet (Brussels)||Channel 119 (Dutch)
Channel 19 (French)
|Orange (Wallonia and Brussels)||Channel 41 (French)|
|Orange (Flanders and Brussels)||Channel 54 (Dutch)|
|Proximus (Wallonia and Brussels)||Channel 31 (French)
Channel 285 (Dutch)
|Proximus (Flanders)||Channel 35 (Dutch)
Channel 281 (French)
|Scarlet||Channel 142 (French)
Channel 133 (Dutch)
|Telenet Yelo Play||Yelo Play|
Disney Channel was launched in Flanders on 1 November 2009, as a subfeed from the Dutch version. The Flemish channel was split from the Dutch version in 2012.
For the French Belgium, Disney Channel France aired in the country until 29 June 2015, when a French Belgian localized feed was launched.
The Flemish and French feeds have the same schedule with their own ad breaks.
In 2019, the French feed is the 3rd kids-specialized channel in Southern Belgium for the 4-14 years old range, behind Nickelodeon and Disney Junior, and in front of Cartoon Network and Studio 100 TV. All ages combined, the channel is ranked 14th regionally.
The Flemish feed is the 5th kids-specialized channel in Northern Belgium for the 4-14 years old range, behind Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Studio 100 TV and Cartoon Network, and in front of Disney Junior, VTM Kids and VTM Kids Jr.
Disney Channel (Belgium) Facts for Kids. Kiddle Encyclopedia.