Eurochannel

Eurochannel
Launched 1994
Owned by Claxson.
Slogan The best of Europe
Country France
Broadcast area Internationally
Headquarters Miami, Paris, São Paulo & Buenos Aires
Website www.eurochannel.com
Meo (Portugal) Channel 217
Sky México Channel 215
Vivo (Brazil) Channel 450
Cablevisión Digital (Argentina) Channel 323
Movistar TV Chile Channel 436
Movistar TV Colombia Channel 450
m:tel open IPTV Channel 308

Eurochannel is a world television channel focused on European culture and lifestyle through movies, series and other programs dedicated to European culture. Eurochannel broadcasts in original audio with subtitles in English, Spanish and Portuguese.

Eurochannel is available in Hispanic America, France, Brazil, United States, Canada, the Caribbean, Angola, Mozambique, Portugal and Macedonia, reaching more than 25 million people in 24 countries through 11 million households.

In United States, Eurochannel is available on Google Play on all Android devices.

History

Eurochannel was originally created by Televisão Abril (TVA) in Brazil in 1994, then released by DirecTV in that country. In 2000, the channel was acquired by a joint venture of Canal + subsidiary Multithematiques Inc. and Vivendi.

In 2004, Gustavo Vainstein, former executive at Noos, a French cable operator, took control of the channel. Since 2004, the channel develops its programming content and also creates its own events such as the Eurochannel Tour of Short Films. While being available in Latin America and the US, the company starts expanding its coverage worldwide and in April 2013 picks Eutelsat 16A to extend its reach in sub-Saharian Africa.[1]

In 2015, the channel continues its expansion in different regions, including availability in countries like South Korea, India [2] and South Africa.[3]

In South Korea, Eurochannel was launched on 17 July 2015.

Current programming

Eurochannel's programming includes mostly cinema, television series and music programs.

Cinema

Series

  • 10 (Switzerland)
  • Prime Minister (Poland)
  • KDD – Berlin Crime Squad (Germany)
  • David Nolande (France)
  • Looking Back (Italy)

Music

References


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