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Fox Crime (Italy)

Fox Crime
Launched October 31, 2005
Owned by Fox International Channels Italy
Audience share 0.45%
(0.11 for +1) (2008, [1])
Country  Italy
Language Italian
English
Sister channel(s) Fox, Fox Life, FX, Fox Retro, National Geographic Channel, NatGeo Wild, NatGeo Adventure, NatGeo Music
Timeshift service Fox Crime +1
Fox Crime +2
Website FoxCrime.it
Availability
Satellite
Sky Italia Channel 115
Channel 116 (+1)
Channel 143 (+2)
Channel 186 (HD)

Fox Crime is a television channel in Italy owned by Fox International Channels Italy, dedicated to crime series. It is one of the most popular pay television channels in Italy, and was the most viewed pay channel in 2008 and in the first quarter of 2011.

A time-shift channel called Fox Crime +1, which broadcasts the same programmes an hour later, was launched on May 1, 2007.[2] On June 1, 2009, a high-definition simulcast called Fox Crime HD premiered.[3] On November 2010, a second time-shift channel, Fox Crime +2, was introduced.

Programming

The main staple are the current major American crime series, most of which can be seen on the channel, including many series from the Law & Order and CSI franchise. The channel also features older cult series, British crime series and original Italian, French, and German productions.

Programmes shown include:

References

  1. ^ "Rapporto ANNO 2008" (in Italian). Auditel. 
  2. ^ "Sat News #9 – Le serie di maggio 2007 sui canali Skylanguage=Italian". 
  3. ^ "Fox e Fox Crime (Sky) in alta definizione da luglio" (in Italian). June 26, 2009. 
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