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Cartoon Network Canada

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Cartoon Network
Current logo used since 2023
CountryCanada
Broadcast areaNationwide
HeadquartersToronto, Ontario
Programming
Language(s)English
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 480i letterbox for the SDTV feed)
Timeshift serviceCartoon Network East
Cartoon Network West
Ownership
OwnerCorus Entertainment
ParentThe Cartoon Network, Inc.
Sister channelsTélétoon
Adult Swim
Boomerang
History
LaunchedOctober 17, 1997; 26 years ago (1997-10-17)
ClosedMarch 27, 2023; 14 months ago (2023-03-27) (Teletoon)
Links
Websitecartoonnetwork.ca
Availability
Cable
Rogers Cable (New Brunswick)Channel 40 (East)
Channel 144 (West)
Satellite
Bell Satellite TVChannel 554 (East)
Channel 555 (West)
Channel 1653 (HD)
Shaw DirectChannel 544/171 (East)
Channel 545/172 (West)
Channel 72/572 (HD)
IPTV
Bell Aliant Fibe TVChannel 254 (SD)
Channel 502 (HD)
Bell Fibe TVChannel 554 (East)
Channel 555 (West)
Channel 1554 (East HD)
Bell MTSChannel 151 (East)
Channel 152 (West)
Channel 1151 (East HD)
Optik TVChannel 623 (East)
Channel 622 (West)
Channel 622 (West HD)
SaskTelChannel 90 (East)
Channel 95 (West)
VMediaChannel 45 (East HD)
TotalTVChannel 145 (East HD)
RiverTVChannel 22 (HD)
Streaming media
StackTVInternet Protocol television

Cartoon Network (formerly Teletoon from 1997-2023) is a Canadian English television channel. It is owned by Corus Entertainment. The channel shows mostly cartoons. Its live-action programs are usually movies. Most programs are for family. Teletoon at Night broadcasts from 9:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.[1]

Information And Logos[change | change source]

Teletoon usually shows animated series. There are original ones and imported ones. Its daytime shows are for children and younger teenagers. Nighttime shows are for older teenagers and adults.

Teletoon operates two feeds. One is for the Eastern Time Zone. The other is for the Pacific Time Zone. As of 2013, Teletoon and its French-language version were available in over 7.3 million Canadian homes.[2] In 2013, Corus Entertainment bought Teletoon from Teletoon Canada Inc. for 37 million dollars.[3]

2001-2007 Logos[change | change source]

2007-2023 Logos[change | change source]

Programs[change | change source]


Timesharing history[change | change source]

Timeline of Teletoon's Operation Hours
Date Information Sign-Off Sign-On
1997-2002, 2019-present Teletoon was on 24 hours a day. - -
2002-2011 Teletoon switched to The Detour on Teletoon/Teletoon Detour/Teletoon at Night 9:00pm 4:00am
2011-2015 Teletoon switched hours 9:00pm 3:00am
2015-2016 Teletoon has retro programming 10:00pm (Monday-Thursday)
12:00am (Friday-Sunday)
1:00am (Monday-Thursday)
3:00am (Friday-Sunday)
2016 Teletoon became 24/7 every weekend. 10:00pm (Monday-Thursday) 12:00am (Monday-Thursday)
2017 Teletoon dropped it's 24/7 schedule on weekends. 8:00pm (Monday-Thursday)
10:00pm (Friday)
9:00pm (Saturday-Sunday)
3:00am
2017-2019 Teletoon at Night switched hours to 9:00pm Every Night. 9:00pm 3:00am

Other websites[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. "TELETOON / TÉLÉTOON". 12 October 1999. Archived from the original on 12 October 1999. Retrieved 26 December 2014.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)
  2. http://www.newswire.ca/en/story/1269457/teletoon-canada-s-comedy-filled-lineup-delivers-warm-laughter-this-winter
  3. "Corus Entertainment Receives CRTC Approval on TELETOON Canada Inc., Historia and Series+ Acquisitions". Corus Entertainment. Archived from the original on 2017-08-27. Retrieved 2019-02-15.
  4. "PBS welcomes 'Caillou'". 10 June 1999.