In 1992, the channel launched an evening block showing programming of greater interest to older children and teenagers. The segment, called simply TCC, aired from 5pm to 7pm, and featured a number of home-produced programmes, such as CDQ (Compact Disc Quiz) and TVFM, as well as US imports including Saved By The Bell. During the day, the channel, by then still branded as The Children's Channel, continued targeting younger children, and a large amount of its programming output was still archive animated series from the 1980s. As time went on, the TCC block extended its hours, initially starting half an hour earlier at 4.30pm, until the focus on teen programmes eventually became more prominent across the whole channel, which became known as TCC all day long. In 1993, it cut back its air hours to 06:00-17:00, allowing newly-launched sister channel Family Channelto share its channel space with both channels now a subscription service via the Sky Multichannels package. Two years later, the channel introduced programmes for toddlers and preschoolers called Tiny TCC (see below) Worldwide Kids channels. Cartoon Network, Cartoonito, CBeebies. DreamWorks Channel, JimJam, Nickelodeon, Boomerang,
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