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DMAX (Italian TV channel)

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DMAX
DMAX - Logo 2016.svg
CountryItaly
Broadcast areaItaly
Switzerland
Programming
Language(s)Italian
English
Picture format576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Ownership
OwnerDiscovery Networks Europe
Sister channelsNove
Food Network
Frisbee
Giallo
HGTV
K2
Motor Trend
Real Time
History
Launched10 November 2011
Links
Websitedmax.it
Availability
Terrestrial
DigitalChannel 52 (SD)
Cable
UPC (Ticino)Channel 54 (SD)
UPC (Romandy and German-speaking Switzerland)Channel 554
Satellite
Sky ItaliaChannel 170 (HD)
TivùsatChannel 28 (HD)

DMAX is a thematic network television, owned by Discovery, Inc.[1]

The Italian version of the channel began its broadcasting at 6:45 pm on 10 November 2011 with the show Destroyed in Seconds.[2]

DMAX is available on channel 52 of digital television, on Sky Italia at channel 136 in HD and on Tivù Sat at channel 28 in HD.[3]

It is the first factual-entertainment channel for a male audience in Italy.[4]

From 17 December 2012 it also broadcasts on Tivùsat at LCN 28 and moves to LCN 808 of Sky Italia.

From 9 April 2014 it moved to LCN 136 of Sky Italia, with the official launch of the +1 version at LCN 137.

From 7 November of the same year DMAX also broadcasts in HD on the Sky Italia platform.

From 1 March 2019 DMAX HD and DMAX +1 become visible also on Tivùsat at LCN 28 and 128, replacing the SD version.

On 13 March 2019 definitively closes the SD version on the satellite, also disappearing from Sky Italia.

From 9 April DMAX, together with the other free channels of the group, is also available in high definition streaming on Dplay.

On 1 December 2020, DMAX +1 was shut down.

It will cover all Six Nations matches until 2021.

Programming

Original programs

  • Affari a quattro ruote Italia
  • Campioni sempre
  • DMAX su Quattroruote
  • Due rugbisti e una meta
  • Football Hooligans – con Michele Dalai
  • I re della griglia
  • Il cacciatore di tifosi
  • La salumeria dei pugni
  • Lady Ferro
  • Milano City Tattoo
  • Unti e bisunti

Imported programs

References

External links

This page was last edited on 16 June 2021, at 02:42
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