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AXN White
AXN White logo (2015).svg
Broadcast areaSpain
Portugal
Andorra
Equatorial Guinea
Angola
Mozambique
Poland
Romania
Czech Republic
Slovakia
Programming
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
OwnerSony Pictures Television International Networks Europe
Sister channelsAXN
AXN Black
AXN Spin
History
Launched14 April 2012 (Portugal)
7 May 2012 (Spain)
1 October 2013 (Central Europe)
ReplacedAXN Crime (Central Europe)
Closed2 October 2017 (Hungary)
Replaced bySony Max (Hungary)
Former namesSony Entertainment Television (Spain and Portugal)
Links
Websitehttp://www.axnwhite.com
Availability

AXN White is a channel operated by Sony Pictures Television International Networks Europe. Its programming is focused on comedy and romantic television series and movies. The channel was launched in Portugal on 14 April 2012[1] and in Spain on 7 May 2012 replacing Sony Entertainment Television.[2] The channel replaced AXN Crime on 1 October 2013 in Hungary, Poland, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Moldova.[3] On October 3, 2017 the channel was replaced by Sony Max in Hungary.[4]

Television series on AXN White

References

  1. ^ "AXN Black to launch in Portugal".
  2. ^ "AXN Black delays Spanish launch | News | Rapid TV News".
  3. ^ "Sony launching new Black and White channels in Europe". 12 July 2013.
  4. ^ "A Sony két új csatornát indít Magyarországon". 3 August 2017.

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