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Ab1

AB1
File:AB1 channel logo.png
Launched 1 December 1995
Owned by AB Groupe
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Slogan La chaîne ABsolument 1dispensable
Country France
Broadcast area France
Formerly called AB Channel 1 (1995-1997)
Website Canalsat Channel 52
Bis Télévisions Channel 19
Cable
Numericable Channel 27
IPTV
Canalsat Channel 52
Freebox TV Channel 39
Orange TV Channel 33

AB1 (formally AB Channel 1 until 1995) is a French television channel aimed at young adults.

History

AB1 was launched in December 1995 under the name AB Channel 1. One year after the launch of satellite provider AB Sat, the channel was the premier channel of the satellite service. The first programmes on the channel were of sitcoms, series and anime of Dorothée Club with AB Groupe as the producer.

In 2000, the channel set up a new French production arm called AB Production, replacing many American programmes that the channel had broadcast, with a film on the channel every week. In 2002, the channel returned to its old style of programming including series, sitcoms and anime.

In July 2002, AB1 was given a new look, as that of the Belgian channel AB3. The sitcom and series programmes returned in force in a format intended for 15–34 year olds.

Programming

Wrestling

Series

See also

External links

  • www.ab1tv.fr
  • AB1 at LyngSat Address
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