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Disney to launch ad-supported boy-focused channel

Disney to launch ad-supported boy-focused channel

LONDON - Disney will launch a new ad-supported channel in August, Disney XD, which it claims is the UK's first

Disney's Latin America head takes control of EMEA business

Disney's Latin America head takes control of EMEA business

LONDON - The Walt Disney Company is streamlining its international business by expanding the role of its current president of

Disney moves for Jetix Europe takeover

Disney moves for Jetix Europe takeover

LONDON - Disney has struck a deal to move to full ownership of children's TV broadcaster Jetix Europe.

Young People - The road to recovery

Young People - The road to recovery

Children's broadcasters are fighting back from the effects of the junk-food ad ban with brand extensions such as games, retail

Jetix offers mobile TV to Europe

Jetix offers mobile TV to Europe

LONDON - Disney-backed kids' TV channel Jetix has agreed a deal with Orange to offer TV content to the mobile

Disney appoints Fitton to global ad sales role

Disney appoints Fitton to global ad sales role

LONDON - Disney has appointed MTV executive Peter Fitton to the new role of vice-president of international sales at its

Disney overhauls European operations

Disney overhauls European operations

LONDON - Disney is restructuring its European media operation, merging the distribution teams that sell its pay TV channels, programming

Jetix green-lights new animation

Jetix green-lights new animation

LONDON - Jetix Europe is stepping up its drive to commission more of its own programming by sealing a deal

Young People: Food for thought

Ofcom's ban on HFSS food advertising on children's television means increasingly slim pickings for broadcasters, as Harriet Dennys finds out.

Young People: Game on for broadcasters

Broadcasters are embracing online and interactive games to increase their appeal to kids. By Suzy Bashford