Teletoon+ (stylised as teleTOON+; formerly known as Minimax and ZigZap) is a Polish television channel owned and operated by the Canal+ Group through ITI Neovision SA, available on the Canal+ Platform. The channel aims at young people in the age group of 10–16 years, carrying various animated films and television series.
TeleToon+ was launched on April 16, 1999 as Minimax.
For some reason, unlike the Spanish, Hungarian, Romanian and Czech/Slovak versions, the Polish version of Minimax gave names to the channel's original six mascots designed by Juan Delcan (who was the creative director of Ostra Delta from 1988 to 1994): Pychosław (for the male mascot with the crown), Urwisław (for the male mascot with spikes), Gapomir (for the male mascot with the long black hair), Śmiechosława (for the female mascot with the M-shaped hair), Radochna (for the female mascot with the blonde hair), and Chudomir (for the male mascot with the beret).
On October 16, 2004 Minimax was renamed to ZigZap
This logo was introduced on February 14, 2008.
On October 1, 2011, ZigZap was renamed to TeleToon+.
On November 11, 2011, TeleToon+ received a new logo, which is used during shows along with the logo above. Also, the channel started its simulcast in HD.
|Parent companies: Canal+ Group (51%), TVN (Discovery, Inc.) (32%) and Liberty Global (17%)
Canal+ branded channels