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DMAX (Italy)

 

DMAX (Italy)

DMAX
Launched November 10, 2011
Owned by Discovery Networks Europe
Audience share 1.49% (May 2014, [1])
Slogan Lo guardi, lo vivi
Country United Kingdom
Language Italian
Broadcast area Italy
Sister channel(s) Real Time
Real Time +1
K2
Frisbee
GXT
Animal Planet
Discovery Channel
Discovery Science
Discovery Travel & Living
Discovery World
Website dmax.it
Availability
Digital DVB-T, LCN 52
Satellite
Tivù Sat Channel 28
Sky Italia Channel 808

DMAX is a thematic network television, owned by Discovery Communications Group.[2]

The Italian version of the channel began its broadcasting at 6:45 PM on November 10, 2011 with the show Destroyed in Seconds.[3]

DMAX is available on channel 52 of digital television, on Sky Italia at channel 136 and time shifted at 137 and on Tivù Sat at channel 28.[4]

It's the first factual-entertainment channel for the male audience in Italy.[5]

It will broadcast from 2014 to 2017 all Six Nations matches.

Contents

  • Programming 1
    • Original programs 1.1
    • Imported programs 1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Programming

Original programs

  • Campioni sempre
  • DMAX su Quattroruote
  • Football Hooligans - con Michele Dalai
  • Milano City Tattoo
  • Unti e bisunti

Imported programs

References

  1. ^ "Sintesi Mensile 1A". Auditel. Retrieved 30 June 2014. 
  2. ^ E’ DMAX IL NUOVO CANALE FREE TARGATO DISCOVERY
  3. ^ DMAX, il fratello di Real Time da oggi sul digitale terrestre
  4. ^ DMAX entra all'interno della piattaforma gratuita satellitare TivùSat
  5. ^ DMAX, il nuovo canale Discovery per un pubblico maschile: da oggi sul Dtt e Sky

External links

  • Official Websites: dmax.it (Italian)
  • DMAX channel on YouTube
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