Boing (Italy)

Boing is an Italian TV channel marketed at children and teenagers, produced and broadcast in Italy by Boing S.p.A, a joint venture of Fininvest's Mediaset (through its RTI subsidiary, which dubs the Italian versions and broadcasts the channel) and AT&T's WarnerMedia (through its Warner Bros. Entertainment Italia subsidiary which supplies the programming, the former Turner Broadcasting System was divided and WarnerMedia had already begun to remove references to Turner Broadcasting System Italia[2]) [3]. It is available on digital terrestrial television and digital satellite television. The French, Spanish and African versions of Boing also launched. Boing Italy rebranded using a brand new graphics package developed by Lumbre on March 7, 2016.[4]

Boing S.p.A.
Società per azioni
IndustryMass media
HeadquartersRome, Italy
television broadcasting
Television Production
OwnerR.T.I. (51%)
Warner Bros. Entertainment Italia (49%)
ParentMediaset (51%)
WarnerMedia (49%)
Logo Boing
LaunchedNovember 20, 2004
Owned byBoing S.p.A.
(Mediaset 51%, WarnerMedia (AT&T) 49%)
Picture format576i (SDTV)
Audience share1.07% (July of 2018, [1])
SloganInsieme è meglio (Better together)
Broadcast areaItaly
Sister channel(s)WarnerMedia
CNN International
Turner Classic Movies
Cartoon Network
Warner TV
Canale 5
Rete 4
DigitalChannel 40
TivùsatChannel 40
Infostrada TVChannel unknown
Alice Home TVChannel 677


Share 24h

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Average per year
2010 0,99% 1,00% 6,48% 7,40% 1,07% 1,36% 1,55% 1,51% 1,27% 1,05% 1,08% 1,01% 2,14%
2011 0,94% 1,08% 1,07% 1,08% 1,14% 1,47% 1,39% 1,59% 1,31% 1,11% 0,89% 0,97% 1,05%
2012 1,05% 0,92% 0,89% 0,98% 0,93% 1,25% 1,44% 1,10% 1,06% 0,80% 0,74% 0,74% 0,99%
2013 0,64% 0,68% 0,74% 0,68% 0,76% 1,05% 1,12% 1,18% 1,02% 0,77% 0,83% 0,90% 0,86%
2014 0,85% 0,82% 0,91% 1,00% 0,95% 1,18% 1,25% 1,29% 1,11% 0,87% 0,83% 0,86% 0,99%
2015 0,75% 0,74% 0,71% 0,76% 0,88% 1,06% 1,13% 1,20% 1,02% 0,79% 0,70% 0,79% 0,86%
2016 0,82% 0,86% 0,87% 0,92% 0,90% 1,05% 1,20% 1,15% 1,16% 0,86% 0,78% 0,88% 0,94%
2017 0,79% 0,81% 0,80% 0,79% 0,84% 0,96% 0,93% 1,05% 1,04% 0,87% 0,77% 0,82% 0,87%
2018 0,80% 0,78% 0,74% 2,18% 1,15% 1,15% 1,15% 6.57% 2,18 % 7,00 % 2,01%


See also


  1. ^
  2. ^ Feiner, Lauren (March 4, 2019). "WarnerMedia reorganizes its leadership team after AT&T acquisition". CNBC. Retrieved March 4, 2019.
  3. ^ "Mediaset Group - Corporate - Free channels". Retrieved 2018-12-09.
  4. ^ "Boing Italy Rebrands Monday 7th March". RegularCapital: Cartoon Network International News. Retrieved 3 September 2016.
  5. ^ "Televisione | Prima Comunicazione". Retrieved 2018-12-09.

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