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Canal D

Canal D
Canal D logo
Launched January 1, 1995
Owned by Bell Media
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
480i (SDTV)
Country Canada
Language French
Broadcast area National
Headquarters Montreal, Quebec
Sister channel(s) Canal D/Investigation
Discovery Channel
Investigation Discovery
Website Canal D (French)
Availability
Satellite
Bell TV Channel 129 (SD)
Channel 1872 (HD)
Shaw Direct Channel 773 (SD)
Channel 247 (HD)
Cable
Available on many
Canadian cable
systems
Check local listings
IPTV
FibreOP Channel 856 (SD)
Channel 956 (HD)
Bell Fibe TV Channel 125 (SD)
Channel 1125 (HD)
MTS Channel 403 (SD)
Optik TV Channel 412 (SD)
Channel 444 (HD)
SaskTel Channel 261 (SD)

Canal D is a Canadian French language Category A specialty channel owned by Bell Media. Canal D focuses on documentary programming primarily in the form of documentary-style television series that focus on a variety of topics such as crime, biographies, nature, and science.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Canal D HD 2
  • International distribution 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

History

In June 1994, Premier Choix: TVEC Inc. (Astral) was granted approval for a television broadcasting licence by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) for a channel called Arts et Divertissement, described as a service modelled after the American service, A&E, at that time. The proposed service was to focus on four main elements: documentaries (for which the service would primarily consist of), films, dramatic series, and arts programming.[1]

The channel was launched on January 1, 1995 as Canal D.

Canal D HD

On October 30, 2006 Astral Media launched "Canal D HD", a HD simulcast of Canal D's standard definition feed.[2]

International distribution

Original logo; 1995-2009

References

  1. ^ Decision CRTC 94-286 CRTC 1994-06-06
  2. ^ La haute définition en français Infopresse 2006-10-30 (French)

External links

  • Official website
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