2008–2009 2009–2010 2010–2011 2011–2016 2016–2020 2020–present
2008–2009 2009–2010 2010–2011 2011–2016 2016–2020 2020–present

Boing (block)[]



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On 28 November 2008, Telecinco and Turner, reached an agreement to introduce a children's programming block on the Telecinco channel, with some 42 hours of weekly programming. Three days later, the cartoon block Boing launched on Telecinco and Telecinco 2. Months later, on 11 May 2009, Boing went from Telecinco 2 to Factoría de Ficción, part of the same group, with the same contents and similar schedules, since Telecinco 2 became La Siete and changed part of its programming.



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After the standalone Boing channel got released, Boing as a block got rebranded to SuperBoing before it stopped airing as a block

Boing (channel)[]


Boing (2010)

On 2 August 2010, Telecinco announced the launch of Boing as its fourth free-to-air television channel, moving from a series container to an open-themed channel dedicated 24 hours a day to the youngest in the house, with Turner star products. Instead of a red ball, Boing Spain uses a blue ball. In its first weeks of broadcasting, Boing offered a six-hour programming loop that hosted the animated series Geronimo StiltonBeyblade: Metal FusionDinosaur KingPowerpuff Girls ZBen 10: Alien ForceBakugan Battle Brawlers and Inazuma Eleven, to progressively incorporate self'produced content in the following weeks in a grid in which, since then, fiction aimed at child and teenage viewers coexist.




Boing Spain 2016

On 29 March 2016, the channel renewed its corporate image, adapting to the worldwide image of the channel that premiered in its Italian version on 7 March of the same year.


Boing Spain 2020 SVG

In 2020, Boing launched its new look. The same logo was kept, but the color of the ball was changed.