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|Broadcast area||Nordic countries, Baltic states|
|Slogan||Where the Magic Begins|
|Owner||The Walt Disney Company|
|Sister channels|| Disney Channel |
|Launched||October 2006 (Playhouse Disney) 11 September 2011 present-(Disney Junior)|
|Closed||10 September 2011 (Playhouse Disney)|
|dna Welho (Finland)||Channel 89|
|Com Hem (Sweden)||Channel 156|
|Tele2 (Sweden)||Channel 94|
|Anvia (Finland)||Channel 77|
|dna Welho (Finland)||Channel 162|
|Canal Digital (Finland)||Channel 107|
|FastTV (Sweden)||Channel 29|
|Telia Digital-TV (Sweden)||Channel 85|
Disney Junior Scandinavia is a television channel for preschoolers targeting the Nordic countries and Arab world. It doesn't screen advertising and is funded by subscriptions instead. It was launched in October 2006 on the Canal Digital and Viasat satellite platforms. Cable networks launched it later on. Com Hem, the largest cable network in Sweden, launched it on April 2, 2007. Before September 10, 2011, this channel was called Playhouse Disney, the last show as Playhouse Disney was Special Agent Oso at 6:30 PM. It currently time shifts with Viasat Series from 6 AM to 7 PM
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