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List of international Cartoon Network channels

Cartoon Network, which is owned by Turner Broadcasting System, is available in several channels in worldwide.

Cartoon Network channels

Channel name Launch date Languages Coverage and availability notes
Cartoon Network October 1, 1992 English and mostly Latin American Spanish as well From Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Cartoon Network Arabic October 10, 2010 Arabic
Cartoon Network (Argentina) April 30, 1993 Latin American Spanish and English From Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Cartoon Network (Australia) October 3, 1995 English
Cartoon Network (Brazil) April 30, 1993 Brazilian Portuguese and English From Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Cartoon Network (Canada) July 4, 2012 English
Cartoon Network (Central & Eastern Europe) September 30, 2002 Romanian, Hungarian and English From London, England, United Kingdom
Cartoon Network (China) October 2011 Chinese Official Cartoon Network website for the People's Republic of China
Cartoon Network (Cyprus and Africa) September 17, 1993 English, Greek subtitles available From London, England, United Kingdom
Cartoon Network (France) September 17, 1993 (as Cartoon Network Europe); August 23, 1999 (independent feed) French and English From London, England, United Kingdom
Cartoon Network (Germany) September 3, 2005 German and English
Cartoon Network (India) May 1, 1995 Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali and English
Cartoon Network (Israel) 2011 Hebrew Airs as a programming block on Arutz HaYeladim
Cartoon Network (Italy) July 31, 1996 Italian and English From London, England, United Kingdom
Cartoon Network (Japan) September 1, 1997 Japanese and mostly English as well
Cartoon Network (Latin America) April 30, 1993 Latin American Spanish and English From Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Cartoon Network (Mexico) April 30, 1993 Latin American Spanish and English From Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Cartoon Network (Netherlands) July 12, 1997 Dutch and English From London, England, United Kingdom
Cartoon Network (Nordic) September 17, 1993 (as Cartoon Network Europe); January 1, 2000 (independent feed) Danish, Norwegian, Swedish and English From London, England, United Kingdom
Cartoon Network (Pakistan) April 2, 2004 Urdu and English
Cartoon Network (Philippines) June 6, 1995 Filipino and English
Cartoon Network (Poland) September 1, 1998 Polish and English From London, England, United Kingdom
Cartoon Network (Portugal) December 3, 2013 European Portuguese and English From London, England, United Kingdom
Cartoon Network (Russia and Southeastern Europe) April 1, 2005 (as Cartoon Network Europe, not in Bulgarian); October 1, 2009 (independent feed) Bulgarian, Russian and English From London, England, United Kingdom
Cartoon Network (South Korea) November 11, 2006 Korean
Cartoon Network (Southeast Asia) October 6, 1994 English, Thai and Malay
Cartoon Network (Taiwan) January 1, 1995 Chinese and English
Cartoon Network (Turkey) January 28, 2008 Turkish and English
Cartoon Network (UK and Ireland) September 17, 1993 English From London, England, United Kingdom

Boomerang channels

Channel name Launch date Languages Coverage and availability notes
Boomerang (United States) December 8, 1992 (block on Cartoon Network); April 1, 2000 (channel) English and mostly Latin American Spanish as well
Boomerang (Australian) April 2001 (block); March 2004 (channel) English
Boomerang (Eastern Europe) June 5, 2005 English, Polish, Romanian, Hungarian and Russian From London, England, United Kingdom
Boomerang (Europe, Middle East and Africa) June 5, 2005 English, Greek and mostly Dutch and Arabic as well
Boomerang (France) April 23, 2003 French and English From London, England, United Kingdom
Boomerang (Germany) June 1, 2003 German and English
Boomerang (Italy) July 31, 2003 Italian and English
Boomerang (Latin American) November 8, 1998 (block); July 2, 2001 (channel) Latin American Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese
Boomerang / Cartoonito Nordic August, 2008 English, Danish, Norwegian and Swedish
Boomerang (UK & Ireland) May 27, 2000 English From London, England, United Kingdom

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