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Nat Geo Wild (Europe)

Nat Geo Wild
Launched 1 March 2007
Owned by Fox International Channels (21st Century Fox)
Picture format 576i 16:9 (SD)
1080i (HD)
Broadcast area Europe
Replaced Adventure One (Until 2007)
Sister channel(s) National Geographic Channel
24Kitchen
Fox Life
Fox NL
Fox Sports
BabyTV
Website See listing below
Availability
Satellite
Digiturk Turkey Channel 185
Channel 385 (HD)
Sky UK and Ireland Channel 528 (SD/HD)
Channel 544 (SD)
On Demand
CanalDigitaal Netherlands Channel 47
Sky Italia Italy Channel 409 (SD/HD)
Channel 459 (SD)
NOVA Greece Greece Channel 406
DigitAlb Albania Channel 11
CanalSat France Channel 71
Cyfrowy Polsat Poland Channel 89 (SD)
Channel 109 (HD)
Cyfra+ Poland Channel 73 (SD)
Channel 74 (HD)
n Poland Channel 73 (HD)
Neostrada TP z telewizją Poland Channel 78 (SD)
Channel 86 (HD)
Skylink SD, HD, channel nr. depends on the user
Cable
UPC Netherlands Horizon:
Channel 316 (HD)
Mediabox:
Channel 94 (HD)
Channel 316 (SD)
Ziggo Netherlands Channel 205 (SD)
Channel 204 (HD)
CAIW Netherlands Channel 27 (SD or HD)
Virgin Media UK Channel 228
RCS&RDS Romania Channel 48
UPC Romania Channel 311 (Digital with DVR)
Channel 51 (Digital)
Teledünya Turkey Channel 5 (HD)
Multimedia Polska Poland Channel 214
UPC Poland Channel 371
Channel 372 (HD)
Toya Poland Channel 321 (SD)
Channel 341 (HD)
IPTV
Glashart Media Netherlands Channel 83 (SD or HD)
KPN Netherlands Channel 116 (SD)
Channel 756 (HD)
Meo Portugal Channel 124
Neostrada TP z telewizją Poland Channel 78
BT UK Channel 424
Channel 451 (HD)
Streaming media
Sky Go UK and Ireland Watch live
Virgin TV Anywhere UK Watch live
UPC Horizon Watch live (Netherlands only)

Nat Geo Wild is a Pan-European television channel that features documentaries produced by the National Geographic Society. It features documentaries about nature, wildlife, natural phenomenon, and earth. The channel replaced Adventure One in Europe on 1 March 2007.[1]

Contents

  • Nat Geo Wild HD 1
  • Programming 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Nat Geo Wild HD

Nat Geo Wild HD is available in Europe. It launched in the UK and Ireland on 1 April 2009.[2]

In the Netherlands the HD channel launched on 14 October 2010 through CAIW,[3] later followed by KPN (8 February 2011),[4] Glashart Media (14 April 2011),[5] Ziggo (1 September 2011)[6] and UPC Netherlands (1 October 2013).[7]

Programming

See also

References

  1. ^ Robert Briel (20 February 2007). "Nat Geo goes Wild". Broadband Tv Nieuws. 
  2. ^ Julian Clover (25 March 2009). "Nat Geo goes Wild in HD". Broadband TV News. 
  3. ^ "Uitbreiding aantal HD-zenders Caiway". Digitale Kabeltelevisie. 9 October 2010. 
  4. ^ "Nat Geo Wild in HD TV pakket van KPN". HDTV Nieuws. 8 February 2011. 
  5. ^ Robert Briel (14 April 2011). "Glashart voegt StarTV en NatGeo HD toe". Broadband TV Nieuws. 
  6. ^ "Ziggo komt per 1 september met meer HD zenders". HDTV Nieuws. 27 June 2011. 
  7. ^ Jarco Kriek (25 September 2013). "UPC biedt grootste HD-aanbod in Nederland". Totaal TV. 

External links

  • Official Website France, Wallonia & Suisse Romande
  • Official Website Bulgaria
  • Official Website Croatia
  • Official Website Czech Republic
  • Official Website Denmark
  • Official Website Germany, Austria, Switzerland & Liechtenstein
  • Official Website Greece & Cyprus
  • Official Website Hungary
  • Official Website Italy & Switzerland
  • Official Website Netherlands & Flanders
  • Official Website Norway
  • Official Website Poland
  • Official Website Portugal
  • Official Website Romania
  • Official Website Russia
  • Official Website Serbia
  • Official Website Slovenia
  • Official Website Spain
  • Official Website Sweden
  • Official Website Turkey
  • Official Website Ukraine
  • Official Website United Kingdom & Ireland
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