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Lists of television channels

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The lists of television channels are grouped by name, country or language:

For an alphabetical list see Television station.

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Lists of television stations by continent

Lists of television stations by country

Lists of television channels by English-speaking areas

Lists of television channels by language

Television channels with worldwide distribution

  • 4Kids TV (formerly Fox Box), family/children (Saturday Mornings)
  • ABC (American Broadcasting Company) - based in USA, but also broadcasts into Canada and Mexico, and parts of the Caribbean. It operates the Freeview channel abc1 in the United Kingdom.
  • ANT1 - Greek language, broadcasts into Macedonia, Albania, parts of Italy, and Turkey, broadcasts worldwide (mostly).
  • ABC Asia Pacific (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) - based in Australia, broadcasting to the neighbouring region.
  • AFN American Forces Network, broadcasts worldwide via satellite, only available to US Forces and their families, but is available in South Korea.
  • Al-Jazeera - based in Qatar, Arabic language
  • Abu Dhabi TV - Worldwide Arabic-language channel
  • BBC - British Broadcasting Corporation, based in the United Kingdom. operating BBC World news and information service, BBC Prime and BBC Food general entertainment and lifestyle services in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and North America BBC America, BBC Canada, BBC Japan and BBC Kids.)
  • BFBS - British Forces Broadcasting Service, operating BFBS Television in Germany, Cyprus, former Yugoslavia, Iraq, Falkland Islands, Belize- only available to HM Forces and their families, except in Falkland Islands.
  • Cartoon Network Cartoons
  • CBC - based in Canada, but also broadcast into part of USA, Bermuda and probably Greenland.
  • CBS - based in USA, but also broadcasts into Canada, Mexico, and parts of the Caribbean.
  • TV Chile - based in Chile, broadcasts worldwide.
  • CCTV - Chinese language
  • CNN - several channels devoted to news broadcasting
  • Cubavisin - Interneational broadcaster from Cuba
  • Discovery Channel - several channels devoted to science, technology, health, history, etc.
  • Deutsche Welle, DW, (pronounced deh-veh) - based in Germany, also in English and Spanish
  • Disney Channel family channel, available worldwide
  • ERT Sat, Greek language/Greek state broadcaster
  • ESPN, ESPN2 - Sports channel, based in USA
  • Euronews - news television, mainly broadcasted in Europe
  • Eurosport- Sports channel, the sports eqivalent of Euronews
  • Fox Box, see "4Kids TV"
  • Fox Kids, see "JETIX"
  • FOX Sports Net - several regional channels (incl. Fox Soccer Channel) devoted to sports broadcasting.
  • FOX, based in USA but also broadcasts into Canada, Mexico and parts of the Caribbean. It also has a worldwide distribution.
  • FOX News - 24-hour news channel
  • TV Globo - Brazilian broadcaster, worldwide distribution
  • Israeli TV, diffusion of Ch. 3 IL, Ch. 7 IL, and Ch. 10 IL, Mainly Hebrew language
  • JETIX (originally Fox Kids)
  • Kids WB (family/children)
  • Living Asia Channel - Channel broadcasted from the Philipense to Asia and the Americas, primarily in English
  • Mega Channel, Greek Language
  • MRTV3 - International channel from Myanmar.
  • MTV - based in USA but with regionalized versions around the world (MTV2).
  • NBC - based in USA but also broadcasts into Canada, Mexico, and parts of the Caribbean. It may broadcast into Oceania It also offers a business channel called CNBC
  • NHK - Japanese Language
  • Nickelodeon based in the USA
  • PAX - based in USA but also broadcasts into Canada, Mexico, and parts of the Caribbean. It also has a worldwide distribution.
  • RAI - Italian state broadcaster
  • RTP - Portuguese state broadcaster, worldwide distribution
  • SBN - The Saigon Broadcasting Network is a US-based 24/7 Vietnamese cable network, also known as SBTN.
  • SBS - Seoul Broadcasting System, a Korean network with strong international distribution via internet and satellite TV
  • SIC - Portuguese commercial broadcaster
  • SRC - French language, based in Canada.
  • TVB - Based in Hong Kong but can be viewed in Canada, Singapore, UK, US, and Australia via satellite.
  • Televisa - Mexican broadcaster, worldwide distribution
  • TVE Internacional - Spanish state broadcaster, worldwide distribution
  • Thai Global Network
  • TV5 - French language, worldwide distribution
  • TVRi - Romanian state broadcaster, worldwide distribution
  • TV Chile - Chilean channel with international distribution.
  • UK.TV - 'Best of British' entertainment channel in Australia and New Zealand, carrying BBC, Thames Television and ITV programming
  • UPN - based in USA but also broadcasts into Canada, Mexico, and parts of the Caribbean. It also has a worldwide distribution.
  • VTV4 - International Vietnamese channel broadcasting from Hanoi.
  • WB - based in USA but also broadcast into Canada, Mexico, and parts of the Caribbean. It also has a worldwide distribution.
  • Zee TV - Indian based channel broadcasting in Hindi and Urdu, available in Europe, much of the Americas, Africa and Asia Pacific markets.

See also

External link

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