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Al Jazeera Children Announces Agreement with Disney MENA

Al Jazeera Children’s Channel (JCC) recently announced a new free TV agreement with Disney, Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

This is in line with the company’s new content strategy and follows JCC’s recent children’s programming agreement with BBC Worldwide.

JCC, a member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, has acquired the rights to a selection of Disney’s most popular kids and family content, including Disney and Disney/Pixar movies as well as Disney Channels’ live action and animated series. The Disney films and TV shows that JCC will be airing will offer audiences in the MENA region a wide range of exciting entertainment.


Through this deal, JCC will telecast popular acclaimed television shows like ‘Phineas and Ferb’; an animated comedy musical series, and ‘Kim Possible;’ an animated television series about a teenage crime fighter. JCC will also feature the science based television series ‘Lilo and Stitch’ and ‘Zeke and Luther’, a popular sitcom about two friends who have their dreams set on being the world’s greatest skateboarders. Baraem TV, JCC’s preschoolers channel will feature popular titles like ‘Handy Manny’, ‘Little Einsteins’, and ‘Jojo’s Circus’.

JCC will also feature popular animated films from Disney including ‘A Bug’s Life’, ‘Toy Story’, ‘Cars’ and ‘Tangled’ among many others.

All programs will be dubbed into classical Arabic and will roll out in the coming months.

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