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Phoenix Chinese News and Entertainment Channel

Phoenix Chinese News and Entertainment Channel
Launched August 1, 1999
Owned by Phoenix Television
Country Hong Kong
Broadcast area Europe
Sister channel(s) Phoenix InfoNews Channel
Phoenix Chinese News and Entertainment Channel
Traditional Chinese 鳳凰衛視欧洲台
Simplified Chinese 凤凰卫视歐洲台
Hanyu Pinyin Fènghuáng Wèishì Ōuzhōu Tái

Phoenix Chinese News and Entertainment or Phoenix CNE Channel is one of the six channels that Phoenix Television operates. It was launched in August 1999 in order to serve Chinese viewers in Europe. This channel is a 24-hour free-to-air channel based in London and broadcast at 11623H 27500 2/3 via the Eutelsat 28A satellite (28.5°E) across the continent. Some of its in-house programmes include "Europe Today" and "Chinese in Europe Express"

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External links

  • Official Site
  • PCNE TV listings
  • PCNE TV schedule (in English on a Portuguese site)
  • PhoenixCNE via STAR TV
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