Baby TV Asia HD Started on ThaiCom.8 at 78.5°E New TP Frequency 2021

Baby TV Asia HD Started on ThaiCom.8 at 78.5°E New TP Frequency 2021

Baby TV Asia HD
ThaiCom.8@ 78.5°E
TP.11680 H 30000 Ku Band
HEVC (H265) HD FTA Temporary
Today Latest Update November 15/11/2021

BabyTV is a multilingual international television channel for babies and toddlers under the age of 3 and their parents, owned by Fox Networks Group, a subsidiary of the International Operations division of The Walt Disney Company. Launched in 2005, BabyTV is distributed in over 100 countries, broadcasting in 18 languages (as of 2013). The channel does not broadcast television commercials. In the United States, the channel is distributed by Walt Disney Television, alongside Fox Life.


BabyTV was first developed in December 2003 as an educational block and a channel in Israel and the UK by Ron Isaak, Maya and Liran Talit and members of their families.[1][2][3] It was firstly launched later as a channel in July 2005. and in September 2007, News Corp’s Fox International Channels acquired a major stake in BabyTV, placing it alongside its international offerings of Fox Crime, Fox, National Geographic and others.

In 2005, BabyTV aired as a channel. The first six programmes to air on BabyTV were Hands Up, Tulli, Bouncy Balls, Jammers, Little Chick and 1, 2, 3, Tell A Story.

In 2006, Indovision with Dori Media Distribution started operating them in Indonesia. Re-Branded as Vision 3 Baby, this channel is dubbed in Indonesian and has the same program content and schedules which Baby TV Asia beams; however, advertising is different on both beams. Vision 3 Baby has since been replaced by the international version of Baby TV. BabyTV was also launched on Sky Digital in the UK on 5 February 2007.

In 2008, French authorities banned the broadcasting of programs aimed at children under the age of 3, and ordered warnings to be included on foreign channels available in France such as BabyTV and its competitor BabyFirst.

The channel, along with Fox Crime and Fox, was launched in India on 25 March 2009.

In January 2011, BabyTV was added to the programming package of Dish Network on channel 126, and then changed to channel 824. On 1 December 2011, BabyTV was launched via SkyCable channel 140 and is only available through its digital platform. On 1 October 2012, BabyTV was launched via mio TV(now known as Singtel TV) channel 244 and it was the first to launch the channel in HDTV 16:9 Format. In Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau, it is available on Now TV Channel 448, Macau Cable TV Channel 61 (SD) and 861 (HD) and Taiwan CATV Channel 311 (HD) and CHT MOD Channel 17. A Spanish version is available in the United States on cable and satellite providers (typically Dish Network) in some states. It is also available on Orbit Network, OSN Network, beIN Network and My-HD with Arabic language. On 20 March 2019, the channel became a part of Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer & International as the result of acquisition of 21st Century Fox by The Walt Disney Company.

On 1 September 2021, BabyTV ceased broadcasting on Now TV.

On 1 October 2021, BabyTV is going to be available, but, along with numerous number of sister TV channels run by Disney (except National Geographic Channel, Nat Geo Wild, Star Chinese Channel & Star Chinese Movies, Utsav Gold (Star Gold), Utsav Plus (Star Plus), Utsav Bharat (Star Bharat) and Vijay TV (Star Vijay) International are available on selected Pay TV providers) will end transmissions in Southeast Asia.

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