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Zone Romantica (UK)

Zone Romantica
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Launched Central & Eastern Europe: 1998
UK & Ireland: 3 September 2007
Closed UK & Ireland: 16 November 2009
Hungary: 2 July 2012
Central & Eastern Europe: 3 December 2012
Network Chello Zone/Chello Central Europe
Owned by Chellomedia Liberty Global
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Broadcast area Europe
Formerly called Romantica (Until 2006)
Replaced by Romania: Romantica (2007-2012)
UK & Ireland: CBS Drama (2009)
Hungary: Film Café (2012)
Central & Eastern Europe: CBS Action (2012)
Sister channel(s) Zone Club
Zone Europa
Zone Fantasy
Zone Horror
Zone Reality
Zone Thriller
Website romantica.tv UK

Zone Romantica (formerly Romantica) was a European TV channel that launched in 1998. The channel broadcast a mixture of telenovelas, music and entertainment from all over the world, but mainly from Latin America. The channel was available 24 hours a day, to 20 territories across Central and Eastern Europe, the United Kingdom, Ireland, as well as the Middle East. The channel reached 8 million subscribers.

The channel launched on Sky Digital in the UK and Ireland on September 3, 2007. It was broadcasting between 8 a.m. and 3 a.m. from the start.[1] It slot on the Sky EPG had been purchased from BEN TV.[2]

On May 6, 2008 it was one of the channels that were on the free-to-air platform Freesat platform from the start.[3]

On 14 September 2009, it was revealed that the international arm of CBS, CBS Studios International, struck a joint venture deal with Chellomedia to launch six CBS-branded channels in the UK during 2009. The new channels would replace Zone Romantica, Zone Thriller, Zone Horror and Zone Reality, plus timeshift services Zone Horror +1 and Zone Reality +1.[4][5] On 1 October 2009, it was announced that CBS Reality, CBS Reality +1, CBS Drama and CBS Action would launch on 16 November 2009 replacing Zone Reality, Zone Reality +1, Zone Romantica and Zone Thriller. On 5 April 2010, Zone Horror and Zone Horror +1 were rebranded as Horror Channel and Horror Channel +1, following the rebrand of the portfolio’s other three channels in November 2009.[6]

On 2 July 2012, Hungarian version of Zone Romantica is replaced by Film Café.[7] On 1 August 2012 Chellomedia revealed that all European versions of the Zone Channels would be rebranded into CBS Channels.[8] CBS Action replaced Zone Romantica on 3 December 2012.[9] However the channel still broadcast in Poland at the platform Cyfrowy Polsat.

Programming

Programme Line-up for UK/Éire features 3 Classic First Run US Daytime Soap Operas.

Current shows[10]

  • A escrava Isaura
  • Amazônia, de Galvez a Chico Mendes
  • Aunque mal paguen
  • ¿Dónde está Elisa?
  • El encantador
  • Hilda Furacão
  • La quiero a morir
  • Los misterios del amor
  • Mulher
  • Muñoz vale por 2
  • Pocholo
  • Sabrosa pasion
  • Sabrosa pasion plus
  • Salvador de mujeres
  • Vivir asi
  • Voltea pa' que te enamores
  • La diosa Coronada

References

External links

  • Official Website
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