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Disney Cinemagic (France)

Disney Cinemagic
Launched 4 September 2007
Owned by Disney-ABC Television Group
Picture format 576i (16:9/4:3) (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Country France
Replaced Toon Disney
Sister channel(s) Disney Channel
Disney XD
Disney Junior
Timeshift service Disney Cinemagic +1
Website Canalsat Channel 36 (SD/HD)
Channel 37 (+1)
Channel 523 (HD)
Channel 723 (SD)
Canalsat Channel 36 (SD/HD)
Channel 37 (+1)
Channel 523 (HD)

Disney Cinemagic was launched on 4 September 2007 along with a 1 hour timeshift (Disney Cinemagic +1). Both channels are available on CanalSat channel 112 and 113. The channel replaced Toon Disney on CanalSat. Disney Cinemagic HD, a simulcast of the main channel and consists of a mixture of original HD content and upscaled standard definition content, was launched 30 November 2007 on CanalSat 192.


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