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Fox (Portugal)

Fox
Launched 2003
Owned by Fox International Channels
Picture format Resolution:
576i (SD)
1080p (HD)
Aspect Ratio:
16:9
Audience share 1.4% (Week 47 '13, [1])
Slogan I Love Fox
Country Portugal
Angola
Mozambique
Cape Verde
Headquarters Portugal
Sister channel(s) Fox Life
Fox Crime
FX
Fox Movies
24Kitchen
National Geographic Channel
Nat Geo Wild
Fox News Channel
BabyTV
Website .pt.canais-foxfox (Portuguese)
Availability
Satellite
ZON TV Channel 64 (SD)
Channel 65 (HD)
MEO Satélite Channel 90 (HD)
ZAP Channel 58 (SD)
Channel 59 (HD)
DStv ao 515
Cable
ZON TV Channel 64 (SD)
Channel 65 (HD)
Cabovisão Channel 31 (SD)
Channel 200 (HD)
IPTV
MEO Channel 70 (HD)
Channel 71 (SD)
Optimus Clix TV Channel 57 (SD)
Channel 92 (HD)
Vodafone Tv Net Voz Channel 63 (SD)
Channel 64 (HD)
Fox Portugal (marketed and commonly known as FOX) is a Portuguese basic cable and satellite television channel. It broadcasts syndicated TV shows such as Hawaii Five-0, How I Met Your Mother, Bones, The Walking Dead, The Simpsons, NCIS: Los Angeles and much more. It is owned by 21st Century Fox. Its main competitor is AXN. ==Shows== * Hawaii Five-0 (Hawai: Força Especial) * The Simpsons (Os Simpsons) * NCIS: Los Angeles (Investigação Criminal: Los Angeles) * House * Burn Notice (Espião Fora-de-Jogo) * White Collar (Apanha-me se Puderes) * Family Guy * The Cleveland Show * American Dad! * Flashpoint * Dexter * Bones (Ossos) * Angel * [[Lie to Me
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