Australia - Pay TV - Content - Channels

Synopsis

Brief overview of various pay TV channels available on the three Pay TV networks. The channel supports Australian-made music, events, tours and festivals. Discovery Channel covers a diverse range, from archaeology and world travels, to space exploration and forensic science. Originally named Entertainment and Sports Programming Network, the company was renamed ESPN in 1985.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Adults Only
  • 2. Adventure One
  • 3. Al Jazeera
  • 4. Animal Planet
  • 5. Antenna
  • 6. arena
  • 7. ART
  • 8. AusTralian Christian Channel
  • 9. BBC World
  • 10. Bloomberg Television
  • 11. Cartoon Network
  • 12. Channel [V] Australia
  • 13. CNBC Australia
  • 14. CNN International
  • 15. CNN FN
  • 16. Country Music Channel
  • 17. Discovery Channel
  • 18. Disney Channel
  • 19. Encore
  • 20. EPG Foxtel and EPG Optus
  • 21. ESPN
  • 22. Expo
  • 23. Fashion TV
  • 24. Fly
  • 25. FOX 8
  • 26. FOX classics
  • 27. FOX Footy Channel (and Fox Footy Extra)
  • 28. FOX Kids
  • 29. FOX NEWS
  • 30. FOX Sports and FOX Sports Two
  • 31. FX
  • 32. FYI
  • 33. Games Channel
  • 34. Hallmark
  • 35. LBC
  • 36. Main Event
  • 37. Movie extra
  • 38. Movie greats
  • 39. Movie One
  • 40. MTV Networks
  • 41. musicMAX
  • 42. National Geographic Channel
  • 43. Nickelodeon
  • 44. Odyssey
  • 45. Ovation
  • 46. RAI
  • 47. Showtime and Showtime 2
  • 48. SKY News Australia
  • 49. SKY Racing
  • 50. Tcm
  • 51. The History Channel
  • 52. The Lifestyle Channel
  • 53. The Weather Channel
  • 54. The Comedy Channel
  • 55. TV1
  • 56. TVSN
  • 57. UK-TV
  • 58. World Movies
  • 59. Related reports

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Last updated 29 Apr 2003
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