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24Kitchen

24Kitchen
Launched 1 October 2011
Owned by Fox International Channels Benelux (21st Century Fox)
Picture format 576i (16:9, SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Audience share 0.3% (2012, [1])
Slogan Eerlijk (Honest)
Country Netherlands
Broadcast area Europe
Sister channel(s) National Geographic Channel HD
National Geographic Channel
Nat Geo Wild
Fox NL
Fox Life
Fox Sports Eredivisie
Fox Sports International
BabyTV
Website www.24kitchen.nl
Availability
Cable
UPC Netherlands Horizon
Channel 24 (SD/HD)
Mediabox
Channel 24 (SD)
Channel 66 (HD)
Ziggo Channel 24
CAIW Channel 24 (SD/HD)
IPTV
Glashart Media Channel 286
Streaming media
UPC Horizon Watch live (Netherlands only)

24Kitchen is a television specialty channel that airs both one-time and recurring (episodic) programs about food and cooking. The channel is launched by Fox International Channels Benelux in cooperation with Jan Dekker Holding, which airs across the Netherlands. It's also available in HD. It launched on 1 October 2011. A preview channel was shown on the UPC Netherlands platform a month before the launch.[2]

24Kitchen Portugal is modeled out of the Dutch version, with original content and international series. It was launched by Fox International Channels Portugal in 2012 in Portugal and Africa.

Contents

  • Programming 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Programming

  • Amazing Weddingcakes
  • Avec Eric
  • Bill's Food
  • De Makkelijke Maaltijd
  • Fast, Fresh, Simple
  • Grenzeloos Koken
  • Jamie’s Family Christmas
  • Lako, može svako
  • Meat vs. Veg
  • No Reservations
  • Rudolph's Bakery
  • The Free Range Cook
  • The Taste of Cooking
  • The Taste of Life Basics
  • The Taste of Life Travel
  • Verstip
  • Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution

See also

References

  1. ^ "Jaarrapport 2012". Stichting Kijk Onderzoek. 
  2. ^ Jarco Kriek (15 August 2011). "24Kitchen maand voor lancering al bij UPC te zien" (in Nederlands). Totaal TV. 

External links

  • Official Website
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