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Fox Life (Netherlands)

Fox Life
Launched 7 September 2009
Owned by Fox International Channels Benelux (21st Century Fox)
Picture format 576i (16:9, SD), 1080i (HD)
Slogan 24/7 beste series zonder breaks
Country Netherlands
Broadcast area Netherlands
Sister channel(s) Fox NL
National Geographic Channel HD
National Geographic Channel
Nat Geo Wild
24Kitchen
Fox Sports Eredivisie
Fox Sports International
BabyTV
Website www.foxlifetv.nl
Availability
Satellite
CanalDigitaal Channel 64 (Flemish version, SD)
Cable
UPC Netherlands Horizon
Channel 26 (SD/HD)
Mediabox
Channel 26 (SD)
Channel 69 (HD)
Ziggo Channel 141 (SD/HD)
CAIW Channel 105
Delta NV Channel 366
Streaming media
UPC Horizon Watch live (Netherlands only)

Fox Life is a television channel, launched by Fox International Channels Benelux, which airs across the Netherlands and initially in Flanders (Belgium) as well. It's also available in HD. Its basic programming include numerous television series and sitcoms. It launched on 7 September 2009. The channel also has versions in other countries around Europe. However Fox Life for the French-speaking market discontinued on 31 December 2009.[1]

As of 22 November 2011 Fox had to change the programming for Fox Life in Flanders due to television right issues in Belgium. From then on a separate Flemish version, Fox Life (Flanders), is airing in Belgium. The provider of satellite television in the Netherlands, CanalDigitaal, had to replace Fox Life by the Flemish version as well because it shares the Fox Life feed with the Belgian provider of satellite television, TV Vlaanderen Digitaal.[2]

Contents

  • Programming 1
  • Logos 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Programming

Logos

See also

References

  1. ^ Robert Briel (20 November 2009). "Foxlife comes to an end in France". Broadband TV News. 
  2. ^ Jarco Kriek (12 November 2011). "CanalDigitaal-abonnees moeten The Simpsons op FOXlife missen" (in Nederlands). Totaal TV. 

External links

  • Official website
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