Boing, launched on 20 November 2004, was the first Italian free-to-air children's channel. The channel was set up as a joint venture between RTI S.p.A., which holds 51% of the share capital of Boing S.p.A., and Turner Broadcasting Systems Europe Limited, a Time Warner Group company, which owns the rights to some of the world's most popular cartoons. Despite growing competition, the channel has capitalised on its strong position by promoting and boosting the fame and attractiveness of the brand.
Mediaset Extra is a thematic channel that broadcasts a selection of the best in Mediaset entertainment programmes from the past and present. The channel also reruns the most interesting programmes aired on Mediaset channels the previous day, in a different time slot.
MEDIASET ITALIA 2
Italia 2 is targeted at younger male viewers, featuring TV series, sitcoms, cult cartoons and sports and music programmes, in addition to live sports coverage of events such as world championship motorcycle racing.
Cartoonito, launched on 22 August 2011, is a channel aimed at pre-school-age children (up to 6 years old). Like Boing, it is a joint venture between Mediaset and Turner Broadcasting Systems Europe Limited. Cartoonito is targeted at a more specific audience than Boing.
is the thematic channel affiliated with R101, which covers music; it broadcasts music videos on rotation and some repeats of concerts already broadcast on Italia 1.
launched on 3 April 2018 with exclusive live broadcasting of the UEFA Champions League quarter-final match between Juventus and Real Madrid.
- Energy, thematic channel with sport content targeted at a young male audience;
- FDF (Factoría de Ficción), featuring Spanish and international drama series;
- Boing, dedicated to children's entertainment;
- Divinity, targeted at a young female audience.
- Be Mad, targated at a mala audience (man between 16 and 44 years).
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