<!-- Please do NOT add a programming list to this article. It is not required and any additions of current programming list will be removed. -->Cartoon Network (Europe)
is a pan-European digital television
channel created by Turner Broadcasting
, a unit of Time Warner
and dedicated to showing animated
programming. It launched on 17 September 1993.
Now, the channel broadcasts to Poland
, Czech Republic
, Baltic Countries
, Balkan countries
, the Middle East
. The Pan-European version of Cartoon Network, however, does not air any content owned by Warner Bros.
Most European countries received the pan-European version of the channel until at least 2000, when the versions for each country were started to replace it.
Spain receives its own feed with Spanish
soundtrack. It's available through satellite platform Digital+
and cable operators and.A local version of the Boomerang channel is also available.
The Netherlands has its own version of Cartoon Network as well. The channel is available through all major providers including CanalDigitaal
. A Dutch version of Boomerang is also available through most providers. Both channels are exceptionally popular amongst university students. The now-defunct terrestrial broadcaster Yorin
used to show Cartoon Network programming on weekday afternoons.
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