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Da Vinci Kids
CountryGermany
Broadcast areaCentral and Eastern Europe
Japan
Sub-Saharan Africa
Singapore
Sri Lanka
Russia
United States
Canada
Mongolia
Brazil
HeadquartersBerlin, Germany
Programming
Picture format4:3/16:9 576i SDTV
720p HDTV
Ownership
OwnerDa Vinci Media GmbH (Azoomee)
History
Launched15 September 2007; 13 years ago (2007-09-15)
Former namesDa Vinci Learning
Links
Websitewww.davincikids.tv
Availability
Satellite
TransVision (Indonesia)Channel 225 (SD)
IPTV
Unifi TVChannel 560 (HD)

Da Vinci Kids (formerly Da Vinci Learning) is an educational pay television channel for children aged 6–12 and families, and broadcasting in 19 language versions to more than 35 million homes worldwide. It broadcasts STEM and soft skills-based learning programs aimed at children and families during the daytime, and documentaries and educational series for grown-ups in the evenings.

logo from 2007-2018
logo from 2007-2018


History

Da Vinci Learning was launched on 15 September 2007 by its parent company, Da Vinci Media GmbH, and is headquartered in Berlin, Germany, with subsidiary offices in Singapore, Istanbul, Warsaw and Johannesburg. The channel got a rebrand in 2018 along with a name change.[citation needed]

From 14 January 2020 UK-based SVOD service Azoomee acquired Da Vinci Media which includes its linear channel (Da Vinci Kids) and programming on the channel.[1]

Programming

Da Vinci Kids offers a range of fun educational programming for kids and the whole family alike filled with humour, imagination and meaningful, educational takeaways that cover Science, Math and Technology, and moreover Play & Make; History & Personalities; Culture; Life & Nature and Sports & Leisure. Some of its programming is extracted from Xploration Station, GAPC Entertainment and TVO Kids just to name a few.

Programs currently airing on Da Vinci Learning include:

References

  1. ^ "Azoome Acquired Da Vinci Media".