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Syfy (French TV channel)

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Syfy
Syfy logo
Syfy France uses a different colored logo from its international counterparts.
CountryFrance
Broadcast areaFrance
Belgium
Luxembourg
Monaco
Switzerland
Madagascar
Programming
Picture format576i (16:9 SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Ownership
OwnerUniversal Global Networks France SAS a subsidiary of NBC Universal International
Sister channels13ème Rue
E!
History
Launched16 December 2005; 15 years ago (2005-12-16)
Links
Website[1]
Availability
Cable
SFR (France)Channel 51 (HD)
UPC (Switzerland)Channel 151 (HD)
VOO (Belgium)Channel 96 (HD)
Satellite
Canal+ RéunionChannel 57
Canal+ CalédonieChannel 60
Canal+ CaraïbesChannel 70
Canal+ AfriqueChannel 56
IPTV
SFR (France)Channel 51 (HD)
SFR RéunionChannel 183 (HD)
Proximus (Belgium)Channel 63 (HD)
Scarlet (Belgium)Channel 206

Syfy is the French-speaking 24-hour science fiction entertainment channel based on the US version of the same name. The channel originally launched in December 2005 under the branding of the Sci-fi Channel. It became the fourth "Sci Fi Channel" alongside channels in the United States, UK and Germany. The channel was rebranded Syfy on January 5, 2010 as part of global rebrand. SYFY on August 29, 2017 as part of global rebrand.

2010 Rebrand

Sci-fi was rebranded as Syfy since January 5 2010 (formerly known as Sci Fi in France). The channel rebranding coincides with NBC Universal Global Networks rebranding campaign which initially started in the US in July 1999.

Ownership

Syfy is one of two channels operating in France under ownership of General Electric's NBC Universal Global Networks network. French company Vivendi hold a 20 per cent share in NBC Universal. NBC Universal Global Networks also operate two other channels in France called 13ème Rue (http://www.13èmerue.fr) and E!.

Distribution

In December 2016, SFR announced that it had signed an exclusivity agreement with NBCUniversal and resumed exclusive distribution of Syfy, 13ème Rue Universal and E!, available until now in the Canal offers as well as via the Freebox of Free.

Since then, the channels have arrived at SFR, but are still broadcast on Canal, Free and Orange. But this was no longer the case as of 26 September 2017.

See also

External links


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