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Discovery Channel Italy

 

Discovery Channel Italy

Discovery Channel Italia
Launched 1997
Owned by Discovery Networks EMEA
Audience share 0.09% (2008, [1])
Broadcast area Italy
Sister channel(s) Animal Planet
Discovery Real Time
Discovery Travel & Living
Discovery Science
Timeshift service Discovery Channel +1
Website [1]
Availability
Satellite
SKY Italia Channel 401 (Sky Box SD)
Channel 401 (Sky Box HD)
Channel 402 (+1)

Discovery Channel is an Italian television channel.

Discovery Channel has been present in Italy since 1997 and has been exclusive to the Sky Italia platform since its launch in 2003. With the launch of Sky Italia, Discovery quickly branched out by launching the additional channels Discovery Travel & Adventure, Discovery Science and Discovery Civilisation, followed by Animal Planet and Discovery Real Time in 2005.

The present Discovery Channel logo was adopted on March 10, 2009.[2]

A timeshifted version of the channel, called Discovery Channel +1, started in November 2008.[3][4]

A high-definition simulcast of Discovery Channel started on July 20, 2009.[5] It was the first channel from Discovery Networks EMEA to be simulcasted in both SD and HD.

References

  1. ^ "Rapporto ANNO 2008". Auditel. 
  2. ^ "Discovery Channel presenta il suo nuovo logo, on air da oggi sul canale". Digital-Sat. March 3, 2009. 
  3. ^ "Millecananli Newsletter n. 314". Millecanali. 
  4. ^ "Sky, da oggi attivi Discovery Channel +1 e DeAkids +1". Digital-Sat. November 10, 2008. 
  5. ^ """Discovery Channel in HD. Castellari: "Obiettivo di crescita a due cifre per la raccolta 2009. Pubblicità Italia. 
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