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Discovery HD

Discovery HD
Launched 2005
Owned by Discovery Networks Northern Europe
Country United States
Language English
Availability
Satellite
Dish TV
(US)
Channel 9487
Airtel Digital TV
(India)
Channel 338
Sun Direct DTH
(India)
Channel 964
D-Smart
(Turkey)
Channel 59
n
(Poland)
Channel 71
Canal Digital
(Nordic)
Channel 150
NTV Plus
(Russia)
Channel 207
Sky Italia
(Italy)
Channel 401
Skylife
(South Korea)
Channel 83
Cignal Digital TV
(Philippines)
Channel 108
Tata Sky
(India)
Channel 567
DishHD
(Taiwan)
Channel 6200
Astro
(Malaysia)
Channel 571
OTE TV
(Greece)
Channel 402
DishTV
(India)
Channel 50
Dialog TV
(Sri Lanka)
Channel 84
Videocon d2h
(India)
Channel 602
TV Vlaanderen Digitaal
(Belgium)
Channel 23
Canal Digitaal
(Netherlands)
Channel 17/117
OSN (Middle East
& North Africa)
Channel 500
Cable
Com Hem
(Sweden)
Channel 48
StarHub TV
(Singapore)
Channel 461
Bright House Networks Channel 1340
iO Digital Cable Service
(USA)
Channel 765
Comcast
(USA)
channel varies from location to location
Time Warner Cable
(USA)
channel 819
Ziggo
(Netherlands)
Channel 60
Caiway
(Netherlands)
Channel 412
Foxtel HD+
(Australia)
Channel 211
SkyCable
(Philippines)
Channel 164
Vidéotron
(Canada)
Channel 725
Zon
(Portugal)
Channel 101
Cabovisão
(Portugal)
Channel 222
UPC Romania
(Romania)
Channel 182
UPC Poland
(Poland)
Channel 376
Telenet
(Flanders)
Channel 60
Telenet
(Brussels)
Channel 160
China Network Systems
(Taiwan)
Channel 231
IPTV
iNES
(Romania)
Channel TBA
now TV
(Hong Kong)
Channel 208
Logosoft
(Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Channel 149
Belgacom TV
(Belgium)
Channel 90

Discovery HD is the international name of the high-definition television channels from Discovery Communications.

The international Discovery HD (now Discovery HD World in Asia-Pacific markets)[1] first launched in Korea on February 2005 as a programming block. In December 2005, Discovery HD Japan and Discovery HD Canada (since renamed Discovery World HD) launched as 24-hour channels, becoming the 100th and 101st Discovery networks overall.[2] After this, Discovery HD expanded into other markets as follows:

The first American HD Discovery channel has the name Velocity and launched in June 2002.

A second Discovery HD channel, called 'Discovery Channel HD', was launched in the USA on Dish Network the week of August 13, 2007. This new channel simulcasts the main Discovery Channel feed, but airs high-definition versions of programming when available. It is also available on DirecTV and various U.S. cable operators along with fellow sister high definition version networks TLC, Animal Planet, and Science Channel. [9]

In the United Kingdom and Ireland, Discovery HD began to simulcast the main Discovery Channel feed in high-definition on June 30, 2011 rather than use a separate schedule.

References

  1. ^ CASBAA Member News http://www.casbaa.com/media-and-resources/news-center/members-news/355-discovery-hd-rebrands-to-discovery-hd-world
  2. ^ Discovery Communications announces 100th network milestone
  3. ^ Discovery HD launches in Singapore
  4. ^ Discovery World now on DStv
  5. ^
  6. ^
  7. ^
  8. ^ Discovery aposta em HD e Galisteu para a grade de 2013
  9. ^ Dish Network available HD programming

External links

  • Discovery HD UK
  • Discovery HD Germany
  • Discovery HD Asia
  • Discovery HD Turkey
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