Disney Cinemagic Portugal

Disney Cinemagic
Disney Cinemagic
Launched 1 October 2008(channel)
December 1, 2012(block)
Closed 1 November 2012 (channel)
Network Disney-ABC Television Group
Owned by The Walt Disney Company
Country Portugal
Language Portuguese
Sister channel(s) Disney Channel

Disney Cinemagic was a Portuguese television channel owned by The Walt Disney Company, targeting children and teenagers. Its programming consists of classic programs, cartoons, and films from Disney.

With the channel's launch on 1 October 2008 on ZON TV, it replaced Disney Channel's position in the premium channels. Disney Channel moved to ZON's basic package on the same day. In December 2008, the channel became available to Cabovisão subscribers as well.

On 1 January 2009, the channel launched its high definition simulcast.[1]

On 1 November 2012, the channel was replaced by Disney Junior.

On December 1, 2012, Disney Cinemagic becomes programming block on Disney Channel.

Shows

See also

  • Disney Channel Portugal

References

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