Boing (French TV channel)

Boing is a French pay television channel aired at children in France and Francophone Africa. The channel was launched in 2010 along with the Italian and Spanish versions of Boing.[1] As of 2019 its currently owned by Warner Bros. through its France unit. Unlike the other Boing channels, it excludes Mediaset (presumably because Mediaset's original French channel, La Cinq, suffered a financial collapse and ceased operations on 12 April 1992).

Boing
Boing 2016 logo
LaunchedApril 8, 2010
Owned byWarner Bros. France
SloganEnsemble c'est mieux
CountryFrance, Belgium, Switzerland, various Francophone nations in Africa
LanguageFrench
Sister channel(s)Cartoon Network
Boomerang
Toonami
Websitewww.boingtv.fr
Availability
Satellite
CanalChannel 163 (HD)
Cable
NumericableChannel 209
IPTV
FreeChannel 153
SFRChannel 130
TV d'OrangeChannel 90

Programming

Current programming

Upcoming Programming

Former Programming

References

  1. ^ Rapid News

External links

Terrestrial digital (free)
Terrestrial digital (pay)
Other free
TF1 Group
M6 Group
Lagardère Active
Canal+ Group
Orange S.A.
SFR Group (Altice)
The Walt Disney Company
NBCUniversal
Viacom International Media Networks
AB Groupe
Turner Broadcasting System France
Discovery Networks EMEA
Other (pay)
Media holding companies
Lists
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