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Canal Hollywood

Canal Hollywood
Owned by AMC Networks International Iberia (Spain)
NOS (Portugal)
Picture format 16:9 576i (SDTV)
16:9 1080i (HDTV)
Audience share 2.1% (Week 10 '14, [1])
Slogan Acaba de empezar una que te gusta.
(It stars a thing that you like. [Spain only])
O cinema em casa.
(The cinema at home. [Portugal only])
Country Portugal, Spain
Broadcast area Portugal, Spain
Availability
Satellite
Cable
IPTV
Vodafone Casa TV 55

Canal Hollywood is a movies cable channel available in Spain and Portugal. For most of its history it was a single channel airing for all Iberia with feeds in Portuguese or Spanish, it later split. In 2011 was created a version in HD in Spain and Portugal.

Canal Hollywood Portugal is a Portuguese basic cable and satellite televisionOwned by Dreamia (AMC Networks International Iberia and NOS), Canal Hollywood was founded in 1995, and was one of the first Iberian cable channels ever. It presents movies by all of the major studios. The Portuguese version is one of the most successful cable channels in Portugal, occasionally suppressing RTP2 ratings. It also became available throw cable, satellite or IPTV in Angola, Mozambique and Cape Verde.


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