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If subtitles for a title are offered in a language but do not display on your device, try another device. The Netflix app may not support subtitles for some languages including Arabic, Chinese, Hebrew, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Romanian, or Vietnamese on devices manufactured before 2014, but most newer devices do support them.


It was originally launched on 2 April 1997 as a channel in the Middle East & North Africa; exclusively for Orbit TV subscribers (now OSN).[2][3] And in 2006, it began expanding to markets in Sub-Saharan Africa[4] and the Balkans. The channel previously used to cover Poland[5] and Turkey,[6] with respective audio tracks for the two markets, until 2010[7] and 2012[8] respectively when two fully-localized feeds were launched for the two countries. In Albania, the EMEA feed was previously available from 2012 to 2018, with Albanian subtitles available for programs.[9]


The Disney Channel began broadcasting on 2 April 1997 on satellite provider Orbit in the Middle East & North Africa region.[2][3][10] At first, the channel was only available in English, but on 1 April 1998, a separate Arabic sub-feed was added. Animated films and series were dubbed in Arabic,[11] while live-action films and series were subtitled. Disney Channel Middle East was then picked up by satellite provider Showtime in fall 2001. The channel featured the logos (resembling Mickey Mouse head) in two versions (the one with the channel's name written in English and the other in Arabic for each feed), until June 2003 when it adopted the 2002 US Disney Channel logo.


Somewhere at that time, both the Arabic and English feeds of the channel were merged. In consequence, on 3 January 2005 Disney Channel Middle East started to simulcast Disney Channel Scandinavia, including its schedule and the prints of the series and movies for this feed (which were modified to also include Arabic dubbing credits). Then somewhere between November and December 2005, Disney Channel Scandinavia and Middle East started to add dubbing credits to its programming through subtitles.


In 2017, a high-definition feed of the channel was launched. It includes Arabic subtitles for live-action films and TV series. Also in that year, Disney Channel EMEA rebranded using the 2017 European branding package. And on 2018, the Albanian transmission ceased.


The Middle East sub-feed is the oldest sub-feed, and began broadcasting in the Middle East and North Africa on 2 April 1997.[2][3][10] The feed is currently available in both English and Arabic. The vast majority of all animated series can be watched with Arabic dubbing, but live-action programs are almost always aired in English only with Arabic subtitles instead. It also have a website in both English and Arabic versions.


Launched on 25 September 2006 on Multichoice's DStv,[12] it went 24 hours since 2007.[13] Broadcasting in most of Sub-Saharan Africa. This feed airs programs in English only, without foreign-language subtitles. It also have a website based from South Africa.


Launched in Greece and Cyprus on 8 November 2009 on NOVA. The feed is currently available in both English and Greek. Most programs whether animated are generally dubbed into Greek on this sub-feed, although some programs are aired with live-action Greek subtitles instead. The vast majority of all animated series can be watched with Greek dubbing, but live-action programs are almost always aired in English only with Greek subtitles instead. It also has a website in both English and Greek versions.


Expanded between 2009 and 2012 with multiple distributors through Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia (including the disputed Kosovo) and Slovenia. All programs are exclusively aired with English audio, with Serbian, Croatian and Slovene subtitles. On February 28, 2023, the feed launched in the Baltic states (Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania), replacing the Scandinavian feed; testing in the Baltics begins.


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