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CCTV-14 少儿
Launched 28 June 2003
Owned by China Central Television
Picture format 576i (4:3 SDTV)
1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Country China
Formerly called Television China
Website CCTV-14
Availability
Terrestrial
Analogue Varies
Cable
CATV China Channel 14
Streaming media
CNTV CCTV-14

CCTV-14 is a network for children in the People's Republic of China since on 28 June 2003 & owned by China Central Television. It airs cartoons such as SpongeBob SquarePants and other cartoon programs broadcast as well as children's game shows and other children's programmes in this channel.It separated from CCTV-7 since 2003.Before 2003,CCTV children's programmes were available on CCTV-7.After CCTV-14 is launched,all children's programmes on CCTV-7 are moved to CCTV-14.CCTV-7 don't broadcast children's programmes any longer.

Transmission hours

CCTV-14 it was officially transmission hours at 18-hour broadcasts are from 06:00 until 24:00 BJT in daily and public holidays.

Opening and closing times

Startup

CCTV-14 starts up at 06:00 BJT with opening theme until station ident around the national anthem and first programmes.

Closedown

CCTV-14 closes down at 24:00 BJT with good night and test card was broadcast at the end.

In the closing (off-air) time CCTV is broadcasting a test card complete with date to time and with the text "CCTV - Beijing-China".


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