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E! (Asian TV channel)

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E!
E! Logo 2012.svg
CountrySingapore
Broadcast areaSingapore
Indonesia
Malaysia
Brunei
Thailand
Hong Kong
Philippines
Sri Lanka
NetworkNBCUniversal International Networks
SloganPop of culture
HeadquartersMarina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay, Singapore
Programming
Language(s)English
Picture format1080i HDTV (16:9)
Ownership
OwnerNBCUniversal
Sister channelsCNBC Asia
Diva
DreamWorks
Sky News
History
Launched30 November 1997
Closed1 January 2020 [1]
Links
WebsiteOfficial website

E! was a high-definition entertainment channel, owned by NBCUniversal International Networks. It was officially launched in Asia on 30 November 1997 with Hallmark Channel Asia, later known as Diva. For the most part outside of a few local programmes, it mainly carried programmes from the American E! network with dubbing or subtitling where appropriate.

On March 14, 2019, E! Entertainment on Astro Channel 712 switch to 16:9 format and the HD version of E! Entertainment begin on 16 October 2019.

After twenty-two years of broadcasting, E! and Diva ceased broadcasting and ceased transmission at midnight, 1 January 2020. local time across the continent.[1]

Former original programming

In December 2014, the channel launched its first local Malaysian miniseries Facing Up to Fazura.[2] E! Asia also produced E! News Asia Specials, focusing profiles of national celebrities such as Aaron Aziz, Anne Curtis, Jay Park, and Lisa Surihani.

Final programming

References

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