|Broadcast area|| United States |
|Picture format||480i/576i SDTV , 1080i HDTV|
(Middle East and North Africa)
|Webcast||Watch online (SD)|
|StarSat (South Africa)||Channel 700|
|Zuku TV (Kenya)||Channel 803|
|Sling TV||Internet Protocol television|
TiVi5 Monde (French pronunciation: [ti vi sɛ̃k mɔ̃d] ), stylized as TiVi5 MONDE, is an international pay television channel launched at the end of January 2012 by the Francophone network TV5 Monde, which is aimed mainly to French-speaking African children (4–13 years). Its main goal is to teach French to young children through dedicated programs.
In the other regions, TiVi5 Monde is a block on TV5 Monde.
The channel was launched in the United States in 2012 exclusively on Dish Network. June 11, 2016, the channel was launched in Africa, exclusively on Canalsat Horizons, StarSat, and Zuku TV. On January 28, 2022, the channel was launched in the Middle East and North Africa exclusively on Arabsat.On
TiVi5 Monde airs educational programs, cartoons, children's series and games. Starting 2016, 12% of the productions broadcast in the channel are African. All the programs are French-speaking; the channel doesn't make any French dubbing of American series.Its programs both playful and educational are broadcast without advertising.
This is a list of the programs formerly or currently broadcast on the channel:
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