Tiny Pop facts for kids
|Picture format||576i 16:9 SDTV|
|Owner||Sony Pictures Television|
Sony Movies Action
Sony Movies Classic
|Launched||8 September 2003|
|Former names||Pop Plus (2003-2004)|
Channel 210 (+1)
|Virgin Media (UK)||Channel 737|
Channel 412 (+1)
Channel 609 (+1)
Channel 618 (+1)
|11306 V 27500 5/6
11306 V 27500 5/6 (+1)
|FilmOn||Internet Protocol Television|
Tiny Pop (styled as tiny POP) is a free-to-air children's television channel in the United Kingdom, owned by Sony Pictures Television. Broadcast on many of the major digital television platforms in the UK, Tiny Pop, which was launched on 8 September 2003 as Pop Plus, and shows, its target audience is children aged 7 and under. The station broadcasts principally animated content sourced from various distributors.
- Apollo's Tall Tales
- Babar and the Adventures of Badou
- Barbie Dreamhouse Adventures
- Barbie Dreamtopia
- Care Bears: Unlock the Magic (2019-present)
- Care Bears: Welcome to Care-a-Lot (2013-present)
- Cookie's Crumby Pictures
- Dinotrux (2017-Present)
- The Doozers
- Dot. (2015-Present)
- Ella, Oscar & Hoo
- Elmo's World
- Enchantimals: Tales from Everwilde
- Esme & Roy
- Gigantosaurus (2020-present)
- Kody Kapow
- Masha and the Bear (Also on Cartoonito)
- Masha's Tales
- Miffy's Adventures Big and Small (2014-Present)
- My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (2012-Present)
- My Little Pony: Pony Life (2020-present)
- The Ollie & Moon Show
- Peg + Cat (2014-Present)
- PJ Masks (2017–present}
- Ranger Rob
- Remy & Boo
- Rev & Roll
- Sesame Workshop
- Splash and Bubbles (2018-present)
- Super Grover 2.0
- Super Monsters (2017-Present)
- Super Wings (2017-Present)
- Transformers: Rescue Bots Academy
- True and the Rainbow Kingdom(2020–present)
- Trulli Tales
- Yeti Tales
- Dino Ranch
- Tiny Pop Pets - a segment of programs with animals. The segment was discontinued after the channel's rebrand.
- Wakey Wakey - an early morning segment which currently starts at 6am after the channel's 'through the night' back to back programming ends.
- Play Time - afternoon segment
- Cuddle Time - evening programming segment which starts at 6pm. It is shown until late at night/midnight and is designed to help children get ready for bed.
On 23 October 2014, Tiny Pop was launched on Freeview, running daily from 3 pm to 7 pm in a slot timeshared with the Community Channel. On 7 January 2015, Tiny Pop was launched fully on DTT and as from 15 March 2017, is now broadcast 24 hours a day on Freeview. Round-the-clock service continues on satellite and cable.
Prior to January 2015, the channel had broadcast billed programmes from 0600 to 2230, teleshopping content from 2230 to 0130, and a 'Through the Night' programming block from 0130 to 0600. From 1 January 2015, the schedule changed to run billed content from 0600 to 0000, with 'Through the Night' for the remaining six hours, with the teleshopping block dropped; sister channel Pop had also removed its prior teleshopping block ahead of its move onto Freeview. Sister channel Pop also showed Tiny Pop programmes until February 2015.
On 15 March 2017, Tiny Pop changed its service on Freeview, moving to the Local Television multiplexes across the UK, meaning that the channel is only available on Freeview where a local television service (e.g. Made in Cardiff) is broadcast.
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