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AXN Crime

AXN Crime
Launched May 29, 2006
Closed October 2013
Owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment
Country Europe
Broadcast area Romania
Poland
Hungary
Bulgaria
Czech Republic
Slovakia
Replaced by AXN White
Sister channel(s) AXN Sci Fi, AXN
Website www.axncrime.com
Availability
Satellite
Boom TV (Romania) Channel
Bulsatcom (Bulgaria) Channel 25
Cyfra+ (Poland) Channel 50
Cyfrowy Polsat (Poland) Channel 36
Digi TV (Romania, Hungary) Channel
Dolce (Romania) Channel
Max TV (Romania) Channel
N (Poland) Channel 27
Bulsatcom (Bulgaria) Channel 28
Cable
RCS&RDS (Romania) Channel 67
UPC Romania Channel 104 (digital with DVR)
Channel 94 (digital)
UPC Poland Channel 479
Streaming media
i-TV (Romania) Channel

AXN Crime is a European movie channel owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment, which is broadcast eighteen hours per day, between 11:00 am and 03:00 am. It is available in Poland, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria on Boom TV, Bulsatcom, Cyfra Plus, Cyfrowy Polsat, Digi TV, Dolce, iNES, Max TV and N. The channel was launched in Czech Republic and Slovakia in October 2007.

In July 12, 2013, Sony announced that AXN Sci Fi and AXN Crime wold replaced by AXN Black and AXN White.[1] In October 1, AXN Crime is replaced by AXN White.

Series

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.digitaltveurope.net/78602/sony-launching-new-black-and-white-channels-in-europe/

External links

  • AXN Crime site, with links to the local versions


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