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CBS Europa

CBS Europa
Launched March 15, 1999
Owned by CBS Studios International/
AMC Networks International
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Audience share 0.13% (July 2013, Nielsen[1])
Country Poland
Language Polish
Formerly called Wizja Le Cinema (1999–2002)
Le Cinema (2002–2003)
Europa Europa (2003–2006)
Zone Europa (2006–2012)
Sister channel(s) AMC
CBS Action
CBS Drama
CBS Reality
Horror Channel
Extreme Sports Channel
Website cbseuropa.eu
Availability
Satellite
Cyfrowy Polsat Channel 42
nc+ Channel 184
Cable
UPC Poland Channel 491

CBS Europa (formerly Zone Europa, Europa Europa, Le Cinema and Wizja Le Cinema) is a Polish film channel. It broadcasts contemporary films, influential classics, acclaimed favourites and avant-garde productions.

Distributors including Universal Studios, Film4 Productions, the British Film Institute, M6 and Sogepaq contribute the independent productions to the channel.

Zone Europa’s 14 hour schedule extends to 20 hours at weekends. The channel is seen in 15 territories across Europe and The Americas by over 6.6 million subscribers. Spanish language content was also available to Comcast On Demand en Espanol in the United States.

On 1 August 2012 Chellomedia revealed that all European versions of the Zone Channels would be rebranded into CBS Channels.[2] CBS Europa replaced Zone Europa on 3 December 2012 in Poland.[3]

References

  1. ^ "Top 100 tematycznych kanałów TV lipca. Które najpopularniejsze?". media2.pl. 2 August 2013. 
  2. ^ "CBS and Chellomedia take entertainment across EMEA". Broadband TV News. 2012-08-01. 
  3. ^ "Kanały CBS w Polsce. Co w ramówce?". Media2.pl. 2012-11-30. 

External links

  • Official site
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