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Minimax (TV channel)

 

Minimax (TV channel)

Minimax
Launched 1996
Network ProTV SA
Owned by Canal+ Cyfrowy (1996–2004, Polish version only)
AMC Networks International Central Europe (2007–present)
Picture format 16:9/4:3 (Depending on the aspect ratio of the program airing)
Broadcast area Hungary
Poland (defunct)
Croatia
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Albania
Macedonia
Montenegro
Romania
Moldova
Czech Republic
Serbia
Slovakia
Slovenia
Website http://www.minimax.hu/
Availability
Satellite
Cable
UPC Romania Channel 501 (digital with DVR)
Channel 121 (digital)
IPTV
Moldtelecom (Moldova) 201
Moja TV
(Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Channel 010

Minimax is a Central European children's channel broadcast in Hungary, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Serbia. It launched in Hungary in 1996 and aired in Poland from 1999 to 2004. In Hungary, as of April 2007, it timeshares the channel slot with anime channel Animax after 8 PM. Previously, Minimax timeshared the channel with MusicMax, Game One, iTV Hungary, and m+, now known as Cool TV. Minimax airs in a 16:9 aspect ratio. The first look was designed, animated and directed by Martin Lambie-Nairn in 1996. On March 27, 2013, Minimax unveiled a new 3D logo.

Minimax's policy goals include edutainment and non-violent programming. Minimax has broadcast cartoons including Geronimo Stilton, Redwall, Spartakus and the Sun Beneath the Sea, Barbie movies, Animalia, The Secret World of Benjamin Bear, Bindi the Jungle Girl, Thomas & Friends, Toad Patrol, Play with Me Sesame, Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action!, Chuggington, Peppa Pig, Wild Kratts, Everything's Rosie, Clifford the Big Red Dog, Timmy Time, Little Charley Bear, Braceface, Angelina Ballerina, and My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.

Programming

External links

  • Minimax Hungary
  • Minimax Romania
  • Minimax Czech Republic
  • Minimax Serbia
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