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Duck TV
Broadcast areaWorldwide
OwnerWICKS Communications
Mega Max Media s.r.o.
LaunchedOctober 2007
September 2012 (Problem)
Former namesBebe TV (2007–2011)
Streaming media
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Duck TV (stylised ducktv) is a children's television channel which was launched in October 2007 as Bebe TV on UPC and was owned by WICKS Communications, and available in Hungary, Romania, Spain, Slovakia and Czech Republic. Since its launch, the service also airs in Poland, Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, Albania, Montenegro, Malta, Cyprus, Lithuania, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Slovenia, Portugal, Russia, Qatar, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Jordan, Egypt, South Korea, Japan, Sweden, Iceland, Latvia, Estonia, Sri Lanka, United States, Guatemala, Georgia, Turkey and Vietnam, and Canada. In January 2011 it became Duck TV and its ownership was acquired by SlovWest.[1]

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Originally, Duck TV displayed a 10-second still shot image of their logo as their digital on-screen graphic thaty would play each segment after 1–3 minutes. This practice has since been discontinued, as Duck TV's current on-screen digital graphic is seen throughout a program that is being broadcast.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Jörn Krieger (2011-01-20). "bebeTV turns into ducktv". Rapid TV News. Retrieved 19 May 2011.