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Logo TiJi 2019.png
Broadcast areaFrance, Russia
Slogan TiJi, et les petits deviennent plus grands
Headquarters Paris
Language(s)French, Russian
Picture format 1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Owner M6 Group
LaunchedDecember 15, 2000;20 years ago (2000-12-15)
ClosedNovember 8, 2020 (2020-11-08) in Portugal
Website www.tiji.fr
Swisscom (Suisse)Channel 31
SFR Channel 203
SFR Luxembourg Channel 103
Voo (Wallonia & Brussels)Channel 75
Telenet (Wallonia & Brussels)Channel 416
UPC Switzerland Channel 195
Naxoo Channel 157
Canal+ Channel 134
My-HD (Middle East & North Africa)11230 V - 27500 - 3/4 (HD)
Fransat Channel 68
Canal+ Afrique Channel 90
Canal+ Calédonie Channel 134
Bouygues Telecom Channel 113
Orange Channel 94
Free Channel 142
Proximus TV Channel 43 (Wallonia & Brussels)
Channel 293 (Flanders)
Scarlet (Belgium)Channel 152

TiJi is a French television channel for children under seven.



Launched in 2000, it was the first channel in France to specialize in programming for children under seven.

On 1 February 2019, M6 Group has entered negotiations with Lagardère Active to acquire his television pole, including Tiji. [1]


As of March 2009, TiJi was in the top five of thematic channels in France, with the audience share of 0.6%. It was also the second most popular channel among children after Canal J, with the audience share of 4% among children aged four to ten. [2]

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