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Fine Living (Italy)

Fine Living
Fine Living logo
Launched March 26, 2014
Owned by Scripps Networks Interactive
Slogan Un mondo da vivere
(A world to be lived)
Country Italy
Language Italian
Broadcast area Italy
Website www.fineliving.it
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital LCN 49

Fine Living is an Italian television channel, owned and operated by Scripps Networks Interactive, an American media company. It started airing on Italian terrestrial television on March 26, 2014 replacing Coming Soon Television.[1]

It currently broadcasts in Italian in 576i 16:9 format.

Contents

  • Programming 1
    • Original programs 1.1
    • Imported programs 1.2
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Programming

Programs on Fine Living are of factual entertainment and are originated from the categories of Design & Décor, Food & Drink and Travel & Adventure, and dedicated to inspiring and empowering people to live better and maximize their time.[2]

Original programs

  • Buono a sapersi
  • La seconda casa non si scorda mai
  • Colpo di cucina
  • Ypsilon Tellers

Imported programs

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.tvdigitaldivide.it/2014/02/23/coming-soon-television-chiude-sul-digitale-terrestre/
  2. ^ Novità DTT - Si accende oggi Fine Living sul canale 49 al posto di Coming Soon

External links

  • Official Website


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