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C8 (Eastern Europe)

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C8
C8 TV logo.svg
CountryHungary
Broadcast areaHungary
NetworkAMC Networks International Central Europe
Programming
Language(s)Hungarian
Picture format16:9
Ownership
OwnerAMC Networks International
Sister channelsAMC
CBS Action
CBS Drama
CBS Reality
Film Mania
Film Café
Megamax
Minimax
Sport1
Sport2
Sport M
Spektrum
Spektrum Home
TV Paprika
History
Launched1 April 2014 (Hungary)
5 May 2014 (Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania)
ReplacedAnimax
Closed30 December 2015 (Romania)
1 January 2018 (Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia)
Links
Website[1]
Availability
Cable
UPC MagyarországChannel 307
T-HomeChannel 54
Satellite
UPC DirectChannel 103

C8 was a general entertainment TV channel broadcasting to people in Hungary. The channel launched on 1 April 2014 in Hungary and 5 May 2014 in Czech Republic, Slovakia, Serbia and Romania, replacing Animax. The channel ceased on 30 December 2015 in Czech Republic, Slovakia, Serbia and Romania. On January 1, 2018, C8 was shut down completely and Minimax fled up the overnight spot making Minimax to run 24 hours for the first time.

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Programming schedule

C8 Hungary
Time (CET) Weeknights Weekends
20:00 For children and youth
21:00 Film and TV series
Sports
23:00 Documentary, Cookery and Lifestyle
02:00 End of transmission

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This page was last edited on 15 April 2021, at 13:43
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