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E! (European TV channel)

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E!
E! logo 2012.png
Launched 2 December 2002; 15 years ago (2002-12-02)
Network NBCUniversal International Networks
Owned by NBCUniversal
Picture format 1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Audience share UK:
0.08%
0.01% (+1) (April 2017 (2017-04), BARB)
Slogan Pop of Culture
Broadcast area Europe
Headquarters Amsterdam, Netherlands
Sister channel(s) 13th Street Universal
CNBC Europe
Movies 24
Syfy Universal
Style Network
Golf Channel
Euronews
Website http://www.eonline.com
Availability
Satellite
Sky
(UK)
Channel 123 (SD/HD)
Channel 834 (SD)
Sky
(Ireland)
Channel 123
Channel 348 (HD)
Sky
(Italy)
Channel 129
CanalSat
(France)
Channel 48
Cyfrowy Polsat
(Poland)
Channel 32
NOVA
(Greece)
Channel 210
Digiturk
(Turkey)
Channel 112
D-Smart
(Turkey)
Channel 68
Channel 107 (HD)
TotalTV
(Serbia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Macedonia)
Channel 17 (Serbia)
TVCabo
(Portugal)
Channel 75
Tring Digital
(Albania)
Channel 30
Dolce
(Romania)
Channel 144
Cable
Virgin Media
(Ireland)
Channel 147
Virgin Media
(United Kingdom)
Channel 156
Ziggo
(Netherlands)
Channel 126 (HD)
UPC Austria Channel 148
UPC Romania Channel 54
naxoo
(Switzerland)
Channel 33
UPC Poland Channel 124
SBB Serbia Channel 311
Viasat Denmark Channel 37
IPTV
Vodafone Casa TV
(Portugal)
Channel 102
A1 Kabel TV
(Austria)
Channel 519
meo
(Portugal)
Channel 102 (SD)
Channel 101 (HD)
BT
(United Kingdom)
Channel 321
Channel 386 (HD)
TalkTalk TV
(United Kingdom)
Channel 321
Plusnet
(United Kingdom)
Channel 321
eir Vision
(Ireland)
Channel 151
Streaming media
Virgin TV Anywhere Watch live (UK only)

E! is a European television channel, operated by E! Entertainment Europe B.V. and owned by NBCUniversal. It features entertainment-related programming, reality television and Hollywood gossip and news. E! currently has an audience reach of 600 million homes internationally.

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Contents

History

E! Entertainment Television was founded by Larry Namer and Alan Mruvka in the United States.[1][2]

The network launched on 31 July 1987 as Movietime, a service that aired movie trailers, entertainment news, event and awards coverage, and interviews as an early example of a national barker channel.[3] Three years later, in June 1990, Movietime was renamed E! Entertainment Television to emphasise its widening coverage of the celebrity-industrial complex, contemporary film, television and music, daily Hollywood gossip, and fashion.

In the Fall of 1999, Zone Vision launched E! Entertainment in Poland, under a licensing agreement on the Polish digital platform Wizja TV, with Zone's Studio Company providing localized content. [4] The channel was shut down by 2002. In 2002 E! launched in Europe with its headquarters situated in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. One of the first countries E! broadcast in was Germany, where it telecast daily.[5][6][7] In the Summer of 2006 E! began localizing in France, Italy and the UK.[8]

At the end of 2011 E! launched in HD in Eastern Europe.[9] Followed by The UK and Ireland on 8 October 2012,[10] Germany on 30 April 2013 and other European countries.

E! has localised versions of the same channel including the UK, Ireland, Benelux, France, Germany, Poland, Italy and Russia. The channels share similar content but with localised advertising and dubbing and/or subtitling.[11] These channels are licensed by Ofcom. Alexander von Roon produces the German version. Melinda Cohen and Sabrina Alashi host.

Programming

See also

References

  1. ^ Slide, Anthony (1991). The television industry: a historical dictionary (illustrated ed.). Greenwood Press. p. 94. ISBN 9780313256349.
  2. ^ Dougherty, Philip H. (30 July 1987). "Advertising; Promoting Movies Via Cable". New York Times. Retrieved 24 June 2009.
  3. ^ Gerard, Jeremy (3 June 1990). "TELEVISION; Fledgling Cable Networks Are Poised for Flight". The New York Times.
  4. ^ http://www.thefreelibrary.com/@Entertainment+Adds+E!+to+The+Wizja+TV+Programming+Platform+Number+of...-a054335858
  5. ^ Alan Jay (2 December 2002). "E! Entertainment launches on Sky". Digital Spy.
  6. ^ "E Entertainment UK Limited". Duedil. Retrieved 30 September 2012.
  7. ^ "E! Entertainment Europe B.V." Company.info. Retrieved 30 September 2012.
  8. ^ Chalaby, Jean K. (2009). Transnational Television in Europe: Reconfiguring Global Communications Networks. I.B.Tauris. p. 139. ISBN 9780857717474.
  9. ^ "E! Eastern Europe HD Change Log". KingofSat.net. Retrieved 9 October 2012.
  10. ^ "E! HD Launches on SKY". Digital Spy. Retrieved 9 October 2012.
  11. ^ Ofcom | Television Broadcast Licensing Update November 2012 Archived 22 February 2013 at the Wayback Machine.

External links

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