Channel, channels, channeling, etc., may refer to:


  • Channel (geography), in physical geography, a landform consisting of the outline (banks) of the path of a narrow body of water.


  • Channel Country, region of outback Australia in Queensland and partly in South Australia, Northern Territory and New South Wales.
  • Channel Highway, a regional highway in Tasmania, Australia.


  • Channel Islands, an archipelago in the English Channel, off the French coast of Normandy
  • Channel Tunnel or Chunnel, a rail tunnel underneath the English Channel
  • English Channel, called simply "The Channel", the part of the Atlantic Ocean that separates Great Britain from northern France

North AmericaEdit

Other placesEdit

Arts, entertainment, and mediaEdit


Other uses in arts, entertainment, and mediaEdit

Science and technologyEdit


  • Communication channel, a transmission medium used to convey information
    • Audio channel, a communications channel in a storage device used in operations such as multitrack recording and playback
    • Channel (broadcasting), a range of frequencies assigned for the operation of a television, radio, or other broadcast station
    • Channel (digital image), the grayscale representation of a primary color in a digital image
    • Channel (programming), in computer science, a tool used for interprocess communication
    • Channel I/O, in computing, a high-performance input/output (I/O) architecture
    • Video blog, hosted by a video-sharing website or channel

Other uses in science and technologyEdit

Brands and enterprisesEdit

Business and legal termsEdit

  • Channel (chart pattern), a pair of parallel trend lines that form a chart pattern for a stock or commodity
  • Distribution channel, a chain of intermediaries, each passing the product down the chain to the next organization, before it finally reaches the consumer
  • Legal channeling, the act of legally making one entity responsible for an event, and thereby dismissing other parties from liability
  • Marketing channel, set of activities necessary to transfer the ownership of goods from the point of production to the point of consumption


Other usesEdit

  • Channel catfish, a catfish species in North America
  • Meridian (Chinese medicine), or channels, a concept central to traditional Chinese medical techniques such as acupuncture, and to martial arts such as tai chi and qigong
  • Mediumship or channelling, communication with spirits

See alsoEdit