Chasse et Pêche

Chasse et Pêche is a French television channel dedicated to hunting and fishing.

Chasse et Pêche
CountryFrance
Slogan"La chaîne de toutes les chasses et de toutes les pêches"
Headquarters132, avenue du Président Wilson
93213 La Plaine Saint-Denis
Programming
Language(s)French
History
Launched2 April 1996
Links
Websitewww.chasseetpechetv.com
Availability
Cable
Vialis (Alsace)Channel 435
Voo (Wallonia and Brussels)Channel 85
Satellite
Canal+Channel 122
Bis TélévisionsChannel 58
FransatChannel 72
TéléSATChannel 66
IPTV
FreeChannel 216
SFRChannel 181
TV d'OrangeChannel 118
Bouygues TelecomChannel 129
SFR RéunionChannel 269

History of the channelEdit

Created in April 1996 for the AB Sat package, Chasse et Pêche is a channel dedicated to hunting and fishing for sport, and those who enjoy them.

Its rival is the channel Seasons.

CapitalEdit

Chasse et Pêche is owned by AB Sat SA and has a budget of €24 million, provided 100% by AB Groupe.

ProgrammesEdit

The theme of the channel is all types of fishing and hunting around the world. With 20 hours per day of programming, Chasse et Pêche deals with all those who are interested in the topic, whether professional or amateur, as well as the landscape and nature in which they take place. The programming alternates hourly between hunting and fishing.

ShowsEdit

  • Pêche Passion is shown on Tuesday and Wednesday at 19:00
  • Chasse Passion is shown on Monday and Thursday at 18:30
  • Destination Pêche is shown on Thursday at 19:00
  • Celtic Nature is shown on Sunday at 19:30

BroadcastEdit

Chasse et Pêche was originally only shown on AB Sat, but is now available through a contract on French, Belgian, and Swiss cable and on the Bis TV packages. Canalsat does not broadcast it, as it is in competition with their channel, Seasons. Chasse & Pêche was made available on Canalsat between 2008 to 2009. On 8 November 2016, at the merger of Canalsat and Les Chaînes Canal+ to form Canal, Chasse et Pêche was added to the Seasons and Crescendo option.

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