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CBeeBies TV New Frequency on Es’hail-2 @ 26.0°E

CBeeBies TV New Frequency on Es’hail-2 @ 26.0°E

CBeebies is a British free-to-air children’s public broadcast television channel owned and operated by the BBC. It broadcasts programming and content aimed at young children aged 6 years and under. Its sister channel CBBC is aimed at older children aged 7 years and over. It broadcasts every day from 6:00 am to 7:00 pm, timesharing with BBC Four.

CBeebies also manages an international network supported by subscription services, and its programs are also available in the UK via Freesat, Sky, Virgin Media, Freeview and BBC iPlayer. An African version of CBeebies launched in 2007 on Zuku TV, DStv, Azam TV, StarSat, GOtv and StarTimes. CBeebies launched in Middle East and North Africa on beIN. An Asian version of CBeebies launched in 2017 on Tata Sky, beIN and BBC Player. An Australian version of CBeebies launched in 2008 on Foxtel & Fetch TV. History

The CBeebies channel was launched on 11 February 2002 alongside the CBBC channel, as a spinoff from the BBC’s children’s television strand. The first four shows to air on the channel were Teletubbies, Pingu, Binka, and Step Inside. CBeebies domestically broadcasts from 6 am to 6:58 pm, broadcasting 7 days per week, and as a result, it timeshares with fellow BBC channel BBC Four, which is on air after this channel goes off air for the day.

The station was joined in March 2007 by an audio CBeebies Radio, which broadcast for three hours each day on BBC Radio 7 until April 2011. CBeebies Radio, however, has continued as a feature on CBeebies’ website since 2013, and as a station on BBC Sounds broadcasting from 6 am to 10 pm. A magazine called CBeebies Weekly was first published in 2006.

Since March 2013, CBeebies has been carried by the British Forces Broadcasting Service, sharing a channel with BFBS Extra. CBeebies is also available in Ireland.
International and non-English versions

BBC Studios owns and operates the international CBeebies feeds, with most of them operating on a 24-hour schedule.

The first international launch for the CBeebies channel was in India in May 2007, although the channel was withdrawn at the end of November 2012 due to “commercial considerations”.The Polish CBeebies channel was launched on 2 December 2007, while feeds in Latin America, East and Southeast Asia, South Africa, and Australia were launched in 2008. In March 2011, a on demand version of the network was launched in the US and is available on Xfinity.

On 13 May 2011, CBeebies was launched as a programme block on the channel BBC Kids in Canada, available on weekdays between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm. It served a similar schedule to the main channel. The block ceased alongside its main channel on 31 December 2018, with some programmes moving to Knowledge Network.

In April 2015, BBC Worldwide signed with South Korean broadcaster KBS and Japanese broadcaster Kids Station to launch CBeebies blocks on both channels.

In April 2016, a channel for the MENA region was launched.

On 10 March 2017, CBeebies Asia was launched in Taiwan, replacing BBC Entertainment. CBeebies Asia has already launched in Hong Kong, South Korea, Myanmar, the Philippines, Mongolia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Laos, Maldives, Macau, Sri Lanka, and Malaysia.[citation needed] On 13 April 2017, the localized CBeebies feed for Latin America ceased operations along with BBC Earth and BBC Entertainment.

On 5 April 2018, a feed was launched on Digiturk in Turkey.

In September 2018 as part of a branding strategy, the unbranded 2-hour children’s block on BBC Alba was split into CBeebies Alba and CBBC Alba, with the former airing during the first hour and the latter airing during the second hour. This block features its own presentation, presenters and shows all dubbed into Scottish Gaelic.

On 1 December 2019, the Australia feed launched in New Zealand on Sky.

In July 2020, it was relaunched in India, but with pan-Asian feed in English audio track only.

On 31 October 2020, CBeebies and CBeebies en Español ceased U.S. operations and were no longer available through any US Satellite, Cable, and Streaming provider (Dish Network, Xfinity, Sling TV, etc.) However, CBeebies can also be available as a non-Spanish channel.

On 11 January 2022, BBC Kids launched as a FAST channel on Pluto TV in the United States, which airs a majority of CBeebies and CBBC shows from the BBC Studios catalogue. A version of the channel that airs Spanish-dubbed programming titled “Niños por BBC” was launched on the same day.

In the UK, CBeebies is operated by the BBC Children’s and Education division and part of BBC North. The division is also responsible for CBBC and overall strategic responsibility for all of the BBC’s domestic services for children rests with the Director of Children’s and Education, Patricia Hildago Reina (since 2020).[10] The direction of the domestic CBeebies channel itself rested with Kay Benbow, the last Controller of the channel commissioning all CBeebies content across BBC television, online, interactive TV, and radio. She took over from the first controller Michael Carrington in 2010. In 2017 it was announced that the CBeebies controller post would close in December 2017 and all content for the CBeebies brand would be commissioned by a new, pan BBC Children’s role entitled Head of Content. In January 2021 it was announced that the decision would be reversing and a new Head of Commissioning and Acquisitions for preschoolers (0–6) would be appointed.

Internationally, CBeebies is owned by BBC Studios, which operate the brand.

CBeeBies TV
Frequency MHz 11430
Polarization Vertical
Symbol Rate 27500
FEC 2/3
Transmission DVB-S2
Modulation 8PSK

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