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December 13, 2007

Jim Jam gets UK licence


by David Allen

The all day pre school channel Jim Jam is spreading out further and further a field as it has just been launched on another feed which will allow young viewers from more or less all of central Europe to the programming, this should be something the region of around 1.4 million homes.

Jim Jam have just got the official seal of approval from the UK regulator Ofcom too, this means that they will also be showing the channel via various feeds, but how this will happen is not known yet. Jim Jam will be available twenty four hours a day and is produced by Chellomedia who have just signed a deal with the Turner organisation.

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