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DTX (TV channel)

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DTX
DTX Logo.png
Broadcast areaPoland
Albania
Hungary
Romania
Czech Republic
Slovakia
Russia and CIS
Ukraine
Turkey
MENA
NetworkWarner Bros. Discovery EMEA
Ownership
OwnerWarner Bros. Discovery
Sister channelsDiscovery Channel
TLC
Discovery Science
Investigation Discovery
Animal Planet
History
Launched17 September 2013 (Poland)
1 April 2016 (Middle East)
ReplacedDiscovery World
Closed1 January 2021 (Middle East)
9 March 2022 (Russia)
Former namesDiscovery Turbo Xtra (2013-2016)
Discovery Turbo Xtra Logo (2013-2016)
Discovery Turbo Xtra Logo (2013-2016)

DTX (previously known as Discovery Turbo Xtra) is a television channel focused on programming about cars owned by Warner Bros. Discovery EMEA. It is a CEEMEA version of Discovery Turbo.

The channel was launched under the name Discovery Turbo Xtra to replace the European version of Discovery World, with the first launch in Poland on 17 September 2013.[1] The channel roll-out in 2015 in Albania and in 2016 in Hungary, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Baltics, Russia, CIS, Ukraine, Turkey and MENA. In the Middle East, it was launched on 1 April 2016 on beIN Network.[2]

In November 2016 Discovery Turbo Xtra has been rebranded as DTX.

On 9 March 2022, Discovery Inc. closed DTX in Russia due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.[3]

Current Programming

Upcoming Programming

Former Programming

References

  1. ^ wirtualnemedia (2019-12-09). "Koniec Discovery World, rusza Discovery Turbo Xtra. "Ma przyciągnąć młodych mężczyzn"".
  2. ^ beIN Partners With Discovery Communications To Launch Six New Channels In The Region
  3. ^ "WarnerMedia and Discovery join the stampede of businesses leaving Russia". CNN.
This page was last edited on 23 May 2022, at 23:05
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