RTL Telekids


RTL Telekids is a Dutch pay television kids channel owned by RTL Nederland. In addition, RTL Telekids was broadcasting as a youth block on television channel RTL 8 during daytime till 31 December 2020. Like the rest of the Dutch RTL network, RTL Telekids is officially a Luxembourg channel that does not have to adhere to the Dutch media law. As Luxembourg has no real regulator, the channel is also not monitored.

RTL Telekids
RTL Telekids Logo.png
Broadcast areaNetherlands
HeadquartersHilversum, Netherlands
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
OwnerRTL Group
ParentRTL Nederland
Sister channelsRTL 4
RTL Lounge
RTL Crime
Launched3 September 2012; 9 years ago (2012-09-03)
Streaming media
Ziggo GOZiggoGO.tv (Europe only)

Youth blockEdit

On 19 August 2010 RTL announced that the name RTL Telekids would be used for a new youth block on RTL 8. A big difference with the former programme Telekids is that the broadcast is no longer done by a presenter from the studio.

Originally RTL Telekids would start on 4 October 2010. However, on 1 October 2010, there was a car collision on the motorway A59 where a woman and three children were killed in a car accident on their way to the Efteling, where the filming would take place for the program, De Schatkamer, which is part of RTL Telekids. Out of respect for the victims' families the launch of RTL Telekids had been postponed for two weeks until 18 October 2010.[1]

Digital channelEdit

The digital channel RTL Telekids can be received through Ziggo and Caiway since 3 September 2012, also it can be received through KPN and Telfort since 1 July 2015. It is the third digital channel of RTL.

RTL Telekids 24/7 logo



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External linksEdit

  • Official site (in Dutch)
  • Company on digital channel, Pressroom RTL Nederland
  • List of Programs