Disney Channel
210px-Disney channel Logo 2010
Launched April 18, 1983
Owned by Disney-ABC Television Group

(The Walt Disney Company)

Picture format 480i (SDTV)720p/1080i (HDTV)
Country United States
Broadcast area Nationwide

(with international versions in the United Kingdom, Brazil, Chile, the Caribbean, South Africa, South Korea, Malaysia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Philippines, Taiwan, Australia, the Middle East, the Netherlands, Belgium, Central and Eastern Europe, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Serbia, Spain and Colombia)

Headquarters Burbank, California
Sister channel(s) Toon DisneyDisney XDPlayHouse DisneyDisney CinemagicDisney Junior
Website Official Website
DirecTV Channel 290 (East, SD/HD)

Channel 291 (West)

Dish Network Channel 172 (East)

Channel 173 (West)

Available on most cable systems Check your local listings
Verizon FiOS Channel 250 (SD)

Channel 780 (HD)

AT&T U-verse Channel 302 (East)

Channel 303 (West) Channel 1302 (HD)

Disney Channel is an American basic cable and satellite television network, with its headquarters located on West Alameda Ave. in Burbank, California. The channel is owned by the Disney-ABC Television Group division of The Walt Disney Company under Disney-ABC Television Group President Anne Sweeney. Disney Channels Worldwide is a global portfolio of more than 90 kid-driven, family inclusive entertainment channels and/or channel feeds available in over 160 countries and 30 languages. The platform brands are Disney Channel,Toon Disney Disney XD, Playhouse Disney, Disney Cinemagic, Hungama TV and Radio Disney. Disney Channels Worldwide is currently run by President Carolina Lightcap.

The channel specializes in programming for children through original series and movies, as well as third-party programming. It is marketed to mostly children ages 6–14, with the exception of their weekend primetime block that is aimed at pre-teens and teenagers ages 9–15, and the Playhouse Disney programming block that is aimed at children ages 2–5; however, in recent years the diversity of viewers has increased with an older audience, typically teenagers and young families.