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CITV. CITV (short for Children's ITV where ITV stands for Independent Television) is the brand name used for the majority of children's television output on ITV's television stations, including the ITV Network, breakfast broadcaster GMTV and the ITV plc-owned CITV Channel as well as non ITV plc owned regions. The flagship CITV strand was previously broadcast on weekdays on ITV (normally referred to as ITV1 in England, Wales & southern Scotland, STV in central & northern Scotland, UTV in Northern Ireland and Channel Television in the Channel Islands) between 15:30 and 17:00, as well as on Saturday mornings between 06:00 and 11:30 and on Sunday mornings between 07:25 and 10:00. The weekday afternoon and weekend slots were axed in 2007. CITV also has its own channel, which was launched by ITV plc on 11 March 2006. The CITV Channel runs every day from 6am to 6pm. It has a mixed genre and age range of programming for both pre-school age and older children. On 2 November 2009, CITV re-launched with a all new look branding to match the current ITV1 branding. The pre-school slot was relaunched and re-branded as 'Mini CITV'. Mini CITV is hosted by a group of spacemen-like beings called the Minis, to rival the yellow bugs of Cbeebies. At around that time, CITV won its first children's BAFTA since 2006, which was for pre-school programme Bookaboo. Since 12 March 2006, the breakfast-time broadcasting company GMTV, which shares ITV's frequencies, has also adopted CITV branding, although its children's programming remains technically distinct from that produced by ITV plc in that it is bought and controlled separately by the breakfast station.
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