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Discovery Channel (Middle East)

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Discovery Channel (Middle East)

Discovery Channel
Discovery Channel logo
Launched 1996
Owned by Discovery Networks CEEMEA
Picture format HD (1080i)
Slogan TV Worth Watching.
Country United Arab Emirates
Broadcast area Arab World
Sister channel(s) Discovery Science
Animal Planet
Discovery World
Investigation Discovery
OSN (Middle East
& North Africa)
Channel 500

Discovery Channel is the Arabian version of the Discovery Channel, using a "factual entertainment" concept similar to the original American channel.

Discovery Channel (Middle East) was originally available via Showtime Arabia. Then, it moved to the Orbit Network platform. Currently, the channel is available on the OSN platform.


External links

  • Official Site
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