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Animax Eastern Europe

Animax Eastern Europe (previously known as A+)
Animax Eastern Europe
Launched 11 April 2007
Closed 31 March 2014
Network Animax
Owned by Sony Pictures Television
Picture format 576i/Analog, PAL
Slogan Animax. A másik éned. (Animax. Your other self.)
Country Japan
Broadcast area Hungary
Romania
Czech Republic
Slovakia
Headquarters 1117 Budapest, Irinyi József u. 4–20, Hungary
Replaced A+
Replaced by C8
Website

Official website (Hungarian)

Official website (Romanian)
Availability
Cable
UPC Romania Channel 501 (digital with DVR)
Channel 121 (digital)

Animax Eastern Europe (Japanese: アニマックス中央ヨーロッパ Animakkusu chūō yōroppa, Hungarian: Animax Közép-Európa) was a Japanese anime television network in Eastern Europe, including Hungary, Romania, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland. It replaced the A+ network in these countries except Poland on April 11, 2007. This was Animax's first major expansion to Europe.[1][2][3] The channel broadcast its programmes either dubbed in the local language of each country, or in Japanese audio with local subtitles.

The channel was closed on 31 March 2014, and was replaced by the Chellomedia channel C8. C8 started broadcasting in Hungary on 1 April 2014, and in Romania on 5 May 2014.

History

Animax Eastern Europe replaced Anime+ in Hungary, Romania, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

In 2008, it was announced that the channel was to be launched Poland and to distribute in the country by HBO Poland (Co-owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment) and run by Animax Eastern Europe.[4]

References

  1. ^ "Sony drives Animax across Europe". Retrieved 2007-04-12. 
  2. ^ "Animax Heads to Europe". Archived from the original on 2008-05-15. Retrieved 2007-04-12. 
  3. ^ "Sony lines up Animax mobile offering". Archived from the original on 14 May 2007. Retrieved 2007-04-12. 
  4. ^ "Information about polish launch of Animax". Archived from the original on 20 October 2007. Retrieved 2007-10-17. 
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