Last updated
Logo TiJi 2019.png
LaunchedDecember 15, 2000;19 years ago (2000-12-15)
Owned by M6 Group
Picture format 1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Audience share0.6% (March 2009 [1] , )
Slogan« TiJi, et les petits deviennent plus grands »
Country France
Language French, Russian
Broadcast area France, Russia
Headquarters Paris
Website www.tiji.fr
Canal+ Channel 134
My-HD (Middle East & North Africa)11230 V - 27500 - 3/4 (HD)
Fransat Channel 68
NOS (Portugal)Channel 181
Canal+ Afrique Channel 90
Canal+ Calédonie Channel 134
Swisscom (Suisse)Channel 31
SFR Channel 203
SFR Luxembourg Channel 113
Voo (Wallonia & Brussels)Channel 75
Telenet (Wallonia & Brussels)Channel 416
UPC Switzerland Channel 195
Naxoo Channel 157
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 7.

On 1 February 2019, M6 Group has entered negotiations with Lagardère Active to acquire his television pole, including Tiji. [2]


As of March 2009, TiJi was in the Top 5 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 4–10. [1]

Read more


Related Research Articles

Lagardère Group French media company

Lagardère is a multinational media conglomerate headquartered in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. The group was created in 1992 as Matra, Hachette & Lagardère and once covered a broad range of industries. It is now largely focused on the media sector, in which it is one of the world's leading companies. Headed by Arnaud Lagardère, the firm does business in almost 40 countries and is structured around four main business lines: its book and electronic publishing division includes the major imprint Hachette Livre. The Lagardère Travel Retail unit includes store retail, largely in airports and railway stations while the Lagardère Active unit encompasses newspaper, digital media and magazine publishing, radio and television broadcasting and production and advertising sales. Lagardère Sports and Entertainment engages in sports and talent management, sports academies, event management, marketing of sports broadcast rights and management of sports venues.

TF1 French television channel

TF1 is a French free-to-air television channel, controlled by TF1 Group, whose major share-holder is Bouygues. TF1's average market share of 24% makes it the most popular domestic network. Flagship series broadcast on the channel include CSI, The Voice and House M.D.

France 3 French television channel

France 3 is a French free-to-air public television channel and part of the France Télévisions group, which also includes France 2, France 4, France 5, and France Ô.

France Télévisions is the French public national television broadcaster. It is a state-owned company formed from the integration of the public television channels France 2 and France 3, later joined by the legally independent channels France 5, France Ô, and France 4.

Television content rating systems are systems for evaluating the content and reporting the suitability of television programs for children, teenagers, or adults. Many countries have their own television rating system and countries' rating processes vary by local priorities. Programs are rated by the organization that manages the system, the broadcaster, or the content producers.

Vivendi French media company

Vivendi SA, formerly Vivendi Universal SA, is a French mass media conglomerate headquartered in Paris. The company has activities in music, television, film, video games, book publishing, tickets and video hosting services.


Vrak is a Canadian French language specialty channel owned by Bell Media. The channel primarily broadcasts live-action programming aimed at youth audiences.

Laura Flessel-Colovic French politician and fencer

Laura Flessel-Colovic is a French politician and épée fencer who served as Minister of Sports from 2017 to 2018. Born in Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe, she has won the most Olympic medals of any French sportswoman, with five. Before 2007, she was a member of the Levallois Sporting Club Escrime, and now works with Lagardère Paris Racing. She is married and has one daughter.

TMC (TV channel) Monte Carlo broadcast TV station, also available in France

TMC is a Franco–Monégasque general entertainment television channel, owned by the French media holding company TF1 Group.

Gulli French television network

Gulli is a French free-to-air television channel focused on kids programming. It was created as a result of a partnership between Lagardère Active and state-owned broadcaster France Télévisions. In 2019, the M6 Group bought Gulli as well as the television division of the Lagardère Active Group.

Canal J French television channel

Canal J is a French pay television channel dedicated to children's programming. It is aimed at children older than 7 years old.

Gaumont Animation company

Gaumont Animation is a producer and distributor of children's entertainment. The company's animated catalog comprises over 800 half-hours, broadcast in over 130 countries. Current productions include Noddy, Trulli Tales, Belle & Sebastian, Furiki Wheels, and F is for Family for Netflix. Gaumont has numerous properties in development for TV. Most recently, the company optioned the rights to develop the comic book series Usagi Yojimbo from the creator, writer, and illustrator Stan Sakai. Other projects include Do Re & Mi, an animated musical series for preschoolers, Molly and the Cryptos, Bionic Max, and The Star Shards Chronicles.

Nickelodeon is a French pay television channel, working as the local variant of US kids network Nickelodeon in that country, as well as to other French-speaking countries such as of Switzerland and Francophone Africa. The network has two sister networks, Nickelodeon Junior and Nickelodeon Teen.

June (TV channel) French TV channel

June, stylized as june and formerly called Filles TV until October 2009, is a TV channel which launched on 1 September 2004. This channel is mainly distributed in France and it is available on Canalsat, cable and ADSL.

Sam Zniber is a French radio executive who has overseen programming at radio stations and radio networks in the USA, the UK, Canada, Australia, and France.

Jeremy Zag French entertainer

Jeremy Zag is a French entrepreneur, producer, director and music composer, for films, television series, and digital entertainment. Zag is the founder and CEO of The ZAG Company, a 'Tales, Tech and Toy' Company specializing in children's and family entertainment franchises. Its multiple divisions include production companies and animation studios – located in Europe, the United States and Asia – that develop TV series, movies, and games. He is also creator of the ZAG HEROEZ universe, a new gender of superheroes, a mix between Japanese and American Culture. Few of the ZAG HEROEZ include Miraculous Ladybug, Zak Storm, Ghostforce, Power Players... In collaboration with Networks such as Disney, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, Netflix... Other divisions include the ZAG LAB, ZAG RECORDS, ZAG Parks and Resorts, and the ZAG Charitable Foundation. Zag is also the President of the International Karate-Do Shotokan-Ryu Kase Ha World Federation (I.K.S.K.H.), in the Los Angeles and California region and teaches Karate to students worldwide.

MCM Group

MCM Groupe is a French television company, owned by Groupe M6, one of the largest media companies in Europe.

Piwi+ is a French pay television channel for children aged 3 to 6, owned by the Canal+ Group.

CAPA is a French press agency and production company founded on August 1, 1989, by Hervé Chabalier. It is the largest production company for television reports and documentaries in France. The firm, which is part of Newen since 2011, produces about 150 hours of documentaries and television reports every year. It has 3 subsidiaries: CAPA Presse, CAPA Corporate and CAPA Drama.

The television content rating system in France currently consists of four ratings that add a minimum age to all television content, and has been used by various channels in the country, including TF1, France 3, Canal+, and 6ter.