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Fuel TV (Portuguese TV channel)

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FUEL TV
Fuel TV.svg
LaunchedApril 2008
Owned byFUEL TV Global
Picture format16:9 576i (SDTV)
16:9 1080i (HDTV)
CountryPortugal
Broadcast areaPortugal
Websitefuel.tv
Availability
Cable
NOS133 (SD)/145 (HD)
Vodafone47

Fuel TV is a Portuguese-owned digital cable and satellite television action sports channel that is owned by Fernando Figueiredo. The channel is available in many countries including Portugal, China, North Africa and Middle East.

Development

FUEL TV was launched in 2003 by FOX. In 2007, the 100% Portuguese-owned company FLUID Youth Culture, S.A. reached an agreement with FOX in order to represent FUEL TV in Portugal. The following year, FUEL TV was launched in Portugal in partnership with the network service provider MEO.

In the period between 2010 and 2014, the companies expanded their business to the EMEA region. FUEL TV EMEA, S.A. (former FLUID Youth Culture, S.A.) launched FUEL TV in over 40 countries in the EMEA region, reaching 8 million households. In 2014, FUEL TV EMEA acquired the channel from FOX. Since then, the channel has been launched in 100 countries around the world, including China where it was launched in February 2018, and has reached over 500 million people.

Today, FUEL TV is present in over 102 countries in Europe, Asia, Oceania, Africa and Central America.

Shows

  • Breaking Trail
  • Action Sports Plus
  • FirstHand
  • Built to Shred
  • The Kickback
  • The Moto
  • Inside the Outdoors
  • Drive Thru Australia
  • Pull
  • Camp Woodward
  • Custom
  • Camp James

Availability

Portugal
In Portugal it is available on cable, satellite and IPTV platforms. It covers national and international action sports events, including skate, surfing, bodyboarding and mountain biking which are popular in Portugal.

Republic of Ireland
The channel launched in Ireland through Vodafone TV on January 20, 2016.[1]

References

This page was last edited on 31 August 2020, at 13:42
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