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AXN is a pay television, cable and satellite television channel owned by Sony Pictures Television, which was first launched on May 22, 1997. The network is now spread across several parts of the world, including Europe, Japan, other parts of Asia and Latin America. Funded through advertising and subscription fees, AXN delivers 24 hours a day of action and crime TV series, movies, animations and adventure-reality and lifestyle sports programmes. In the United States, AXN was used as a brand name for the streaming of Sony's television library on streaming service Joost before it shut down in 2012.

AXN
AXN logo (2015).svg
Launched May 22, 1997
Owned by Sony Pictures Television
Website www.axn.com
Availability
Satellite
Dish Network Mexico Channel 213
Movistar+ (Spain) Channel 14
Sky Italia (Italy) Channel 120
Cyfrowy Polsat (Poland) Channel 35; 139 (HD)
Channel 515 (SD)
Cyfra+ (Poland) Channel 49
N (Poland) Channel 30
Boom TV (Romania) Channel
Digi TV (Romania, Hungary, Czech R, Slovakia) Channel
Dolce (Romania) Channel 157
Channel 25 Focus Sat (Romania) Channel
Max TV (Romania) Channel
UPC Direct (Hungary, Czech R, Slovakia) Channel
DirecTV (Latin America) Channel 216
SKY México (Mexico and Central America) Channel 213; 1213 (HD)
ZON TVCabo (Portugal) Channel 60
Meo Sat (Portugal) Channel 61
TATA Sky (India) Channel 205 (SD) Channel 206 (HD)
Bulsatcom (Bulgaria) Channel 26
Dialog TV Channel 93 (SD)
Reliance Digital TV (India) Channel 252
Sky UK (UK & Ireland) Channel TBA
Cable
R (Spain) Channel 22
ZON TVCabo (Portugal) Channel 60
SBB (Serbia) Channel 265
RCS&RDS (Romania) Channel 18
VTR (Chile) Channel 38
Cabovisão (Portugal) Channel 30
UPC Romania Channel 103 (digital with DVR)
Channel 93 (digital)
SBB (Serbia) Channel 265
NET (Brazil) Channel 34
UPC Poland Channel 475
UNE EPM Telecomunicaciones Channel 54
Cablevisión (Argentina) Channel 40
Telmex (Colombia) Channel 47
Sim TV (Nepal) Channel 505
+Tv Digital (Panama) Channel 401
Crnogorski Telekom (ExtraTV) (Montenegro) Channel 34
StarHub TV (Singapore) Channel 511
IPTV
Vodafone Casa TV (Portugal) Channel 60
Meo (Portugal) Channel 61
Open IPTV (Serbia) Channel 613
UNE EPM Telecomunicaciones (Colombia) Channel 54
PTCL Smart TV (Pakistan) Channel 72
MaxTV (Macedonia) Channel 506
m:tel IPTV (Bosnia and Herzegovina) Channel 302
Streaming media
i-TV (Romania) Channel
Meo (Portugal) Channel 61
FilmOn Internet Protocol Television
TVPlayer Watch live (UK only) (TVPlayer Plus subscription required)
Sky Go Watch live
(UK and Ireland only)
Virgin TV Anywhere Watch live (UK only)

Contents

ChannelsEdit

There are various local versions of the channel, as listed below:

Operating channelsEdit

Discontinued channelsEdit

As part of a brand licensing agreement with Sony, Canadian broadcaster Hollywood Suite launched an AXN-branded movie network in 2012 known as AXN Movies, a re-branding of its network Hollywood Storm.[1] The channel was discontinued on November 3, 2015, as part of the re-formatting of Hollywood Suite's channels to use decade-based formats.[2]

Series and showsEdit

The series and shows aired by AXN differ in each version of the channel since some series aired by AXN in one market may be in other channel's hands in another country. In some cases, U.S. shows that are broadcast by local networks will be broadcast with dubbed (American Portuguese, German, Bulgarian, Czech, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Slovak, American and European Spanish, Japanese and Russian) or subtitled ( Croatian, Macedonian, European Portuguese, Romanian, Serbian, Slovenian, Malay, Bengali, Mandarin, Cantonese, Hindi, Indonesian, Mongol, Nepalese, Urdu, Sinhalese, Korean, Taiwanese, Thai, Khmer, Laotian, Vietnamese, Dzongkha, Ukrainian, Dhivehi and Kazakh) in the same market. There are some examples of series aired by AXN:

Direct link to local AXN versions :

Asia
Europe
North America
South America

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Hollywood Suite brings Sony brands into its stable". Cartt.ca. Archived from the original on 4 June 2012. Retrieved 1 June 2012. 
  2. ^ "Hollywood Suite to go by the numbers in rebranding its movie channels". Cartt.ca. Retrieved 12 September 2015. 

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