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Canal+ Décalé

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Canal+ Décalé
Canal+ Décalé logo 2009.svg
CountryFrance
Broadcast areaFrance
Switzerland
HeadquartersIssy-les-Moulineaux
Programming
Language(s)French
Picture format576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Ownership
OwnerCanal+ SA
History
Launched27 April 1996
Former namesCanal+ Bleu (1996–2003)
Canal+ Confort (2003–2005)
Links
Website[1]
Availability
Cable
SFRChannel 156
UPC SwitzerlandChannel 55 (Romandy)
Channel 355 (Deutschswizz)
Channel 555 (Ticino)
NetplusChannel 104
Vialis (Alsace)Channel 305
Satellite
Canal+Channel 10 (SD/HD)
Channel 510 (HD)
Channel 709 (SD)
Canal+ RéunionChannel 6
IPTV
Canal+Channel 10 (SD/HD)
Channel 510 (HD)
OrangeChannel 44
FreeChannel 45
Bouygues TelecomChannel 44
SunriseChannel 304

Canal+ Décalé is a French pay-television channel devoted to the delayed broadcast of programmes of Canal+ and belonging to the Canal channels bouquet.

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History

Canal+ Bleu launched on 27 April 1996, on satellite and cable as a programme multicast of Canal+ films.

As part of the creation of the Canal+ Bouquet, the channel changed its name on 1 November 2003 to Canal+ Confort. It changed to its present name on 2005 to become Canal + Décalé.

The channel started broadcasting its programmes in high definition (HD) since 12 October 2010.

Canal+ Décalé is used for pop-up channels for many events, like Canal+ Rio 2016 (in the 2016 Olympic Games) and Canal+ Tennis (every year for the BNP Paribas Masters).

Since 23 August 2019, Canal+ Décalé became Canal+ Sport Week-End every week-end. This was interrupted because of the COVID-19 crisis.

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This page was last edited on 27 September 2020, at 21:42
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