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Nat Geo Music

Nat Geo Music
Launched 14 October 2007 (2007-10-14)
Owned by Fox International Channels
Picture format 4:3 (576i, SDTV) and 1080i, HDTV
Availability
Satellite
MEO Satélite Channel 148
Directv(latin America) Channel 999 and 201 (as a programming block)
Indovision (Indonesia) Channel 275
Cignal Digital TV (Philippines) Channel TBA
Astro (Malaysia) Channel 717 (HD) (Coming Soon)
Cable
Cabovisão Channel 88
Parasat Cable TV (Philippines) Channel 321
StarHub TV (Singapore) Channel 535
TBC (Taiwan) Channel 217
kbro (Taiwan) Channel 155
bbTV (Taiwan) Channel 404
Teledünya (Turkey) Channel 160
SkyCable (Philippines) Channel TBA
Destiny Cable (Philippines) Coming Soon
Cablelink (Philippines) Coming Soon
IPTV
MEO Channel 148
now TV (Hong Kong) TBA
CHT MOD (Taiwan) Channel 110
UniFi (Malaysia) Channel 604
Mio TV (Singapore) Channel 354

Nat Geo Music is a music TV channel, owned in Italy by Fox International Channels Italy, which used to broadcast documentaries concerning 'the meeting between music and culture' around the world. The channel used to be broadcast only in Italy and Portugal. A forthcoming Asian version of the channel is being promoted on National Geographic channels across the continent.

In Italy it is locally available at channel 710 of SKY Italia, prior to this it was at channel 406 from the launch date until April 30, 2008. Also, in Portugal, the channel was transmitted through the IPTV and satellite operator MEO, both on channel 148. It was available also in most European countries, including the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom.

'Nat Geo Music' used to refer to the National Geographic Society's music website and record label, which work in conjunction with the TV Channel.

The Nat Geo Music website was launched in April 2006 and spotlights music from around the globe with a multimedia mix of videos, mp3 and text features, including country and genre descriptions, artist profiles, interviews, and music news.

Nat Geo Music is a second music channel of Channel [V] which is also owned by Fox International Channels

See also

External links

  • Nat Geo Music UK
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