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1997–1998 1998–2001 2001–2007 2005–2007 2007–2013 2007–2011 2011–present

Teletoon is a Canadian English-language specialty channel owned by Teletoon Canada, Inc., a subsidiary of Corus Entertainment. The channel primarily broadcasts various animated series, including both original and imported content, aimed at children and younger teenagers. Until 2019, the channel also carried programming aimed at older teens and adults.



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Designer:  Unknown
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Launched:  October 17, 1997

Teletoon was licensed by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) after a related application for a channel to be called "Fun TV" had been denied. The channel was launched on October 17, 1997, with the first episode of Caillou. At the time of its launch, Teletoon showed more mature fare as the day progressed, with a strong commitment to diverse and international programming and the ability to air most of the material uncut. All of its bumpers were made by Cuppa Coffee Studios.

Teletoon was originally known as "The Animation Station", with "It's Unreal!" as its secondary slogan and "It's Time to Twist!" as its alternate slogan from 1999 to 2000. The latter slogan was used during the channel's pre-launch, but it would not be used again until 1998; in 2000, it would become the channel's only slogan. In 1999, Teletoon started airing bumpers with its first mascot "Teletina". These bumpers were made by Spin Productions in Toronto. Several more bumpers using CGI animation made by Guru Studio subsequently premiered on the channel.


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Designer:  Unknown
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Launched:  August 1998


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Launched:  April 22, 2001


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An updated look for the channel, no longer featuring the original logo, was created for a partial rebranding in 2005.



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Designer:  Unknown
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Launched:  February 5, 2007

On February 5, 2007, the older bumpers were removed as part of an on-air rebranding. Teletoon's on-air appearance and its website were dramatically changed, the website for The Detour (the former name of its late-night block) was moved to teletoon.com, and the aesthetic appearance of both the normal block and The Detour changed.

2011 (prototype)

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Designer:  Trollbäck & Company
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  September 5, 2011

On September 5, 2011, Teletoon's on-air branding changed again to reflect the 50th anniversary of one of its owners, Astral Media, and to reflect the transition to digital television. Since its inception, Teletoon aired numerous television series from Cartoon Network. From September 1, 2015 to fall 2016, original programming from the American channel was moved over to its Canadian counterpart. Around the same time, several programs airing on Teletoon Retro, which closed down on the same date, began airing on Teletoon. Teletoon would also premiere new original programming from Cartoon Network's sister channel, Boomerang. On April 1, 2019, following the relaunch of Action as Adult Swim, Teletoon's adult-oriented programs were moved to Adult Swim; with Teletoon now airing family-oriented programming full-time. However, some adult-oriented programming may air occasionally on the channel during the nighttime hours. This logo was designed by American design studio Trollbäck & Company.

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