Kabillion is an interactive, multi-platform kids' entertainment channel, owned in part by MoonScoop Group, REMIX Entertainment Ventures, and Belgium-based Studio 100. Launched in January 2007, Kabillion is available both as a free video on demand (VOD) channel currently available on Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Charter Communications, and Optimum West digital cable systems across the United States, a free online broadband site offering streaming video and, until the site's relaunch, an online community—all designed for a key demographic of kids from 6 to 12. Nicolas Atlan, co-CEO of MoonScoop, serves as Kabillion's President. Its headquarters are located in Los Angeles.
In March 2012, Kabillion was taken down for maintenance, with several "countdown clocks" promising a specific timeframe for the site's relaunch, which eventually occurred (albeit in its beta stage) on April 9.
For the United States, Code Lyoko: Evolution was not picked up by Cartoon Network, but aired instead on the channel Kabillion on February 28, 2013
|List of companies involved in Code Lyoko|
|Moonscoop | The Game Factory | Splash Entertainment | Antefilms | Atlantyca | Norimage | France 3 | Mediatoon Distribution | Disney | CreateSpace | Warner Brothers | France Cartes | Bandai|
|Broadcasters And Distributors|
|TV News Channel | Canal J | Kabillion | Megamax | France Télévisions | Funimation | Cartoon Network | Universal Studios | Beyond Home Entertainment | ITV | Warner Brothers | Spacetoon | NET.|
|Norimage/Gallery: Presentations | Moonscoop/Gallery: Presentations | Kabillion/Gallery: Presentations|
|Gobelins | Agence Kamaji | Dargaud | France Animation|