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  2. MTV (Canadian TV channel) - Wikipedia

    The channel launched as Talktv in 2000, but was not as widely available prior to its relaunch in March 2006. Unlike MTV channels in the U.S. and elsewhere, the channel was restricted in its ability to carry music programming until 2015, due to conditions in the channel's licence issued by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications ...

  3. Three (TV channel) - Wikipedia

    ThreeLife was shut down at the end of 25 March 2020, and was replaced by the return of The Edge TV a little over an hour later. The final show to air on ThreeLife was Good Chef Bad Chef. ThreeLife + 1. ThreeLife + 1 was a 1-hour timeshift channel. It was launched on 1 July 2019, in the place of The Edge TV.

  4. MTV Live (International TV channel) - Wikipedia

    Overview. MTV Live, the first ever international high-definition service dedicated to music, offers a mix of programming from MTV.MTV Live is operated by MTVNI's Emerging Markets group, who produce and broadcast the channel from its Warsaw hub until 2012, when the channel transferred its operations to London, United Kingdom.

  5. TUDN (United States TV channel) - Wikipedia

    The channel has ties with the Mexican sports channel of the same name, sharing some of its programming. Before July 20, 2019, when the Mexican counterpart was known as Televisa Deportes Network (TDN), the channel was referred to as Univision TDN during these programs. [1]

  6. Nicktoons (British and Irish TV channel) - Wikipedia

    The channel was exclusive to Sky. The channel broadcast older programming which was dropped from the main Nicktoons schedule prior to launch. It took up half the time of a channel space shared with Comedy Central Extra +1. The channel closed on 31 July 2009 and was replaced with a 1-hour timeshift of Nicktoons, Nicktoons Replay on 1 August 2009.

  7. Animax (Asian TV channel) - Wikipedia

    Animax is the ultimate Asian pay television channel owned by KC Global Media Asia which broadcasts Japanese language anime and Simulcast anime, anime programming through English-language feeds in Southeast Asia (formerly including Brunei), South Asia (except India), and East Asia.

  8. CMT (American TV channel) - Wikipedia

    CMT is an American pay TV network owned by Paramount Media Networks, a division of Paramount Global.Launched on March 5, 1983, as Country Music Television, CMT was the first nationally available channel devoted to country music and country music videos, with its programming also including concerts, specials, and biographies of country music stars.

  9. TV3 (Malaysian TV network) - Wikipedia

    TV3 (pronounced as Tivi Tiga) is a Malaysian free-to-air television channel owned by Media Prima conglomerate. TV3 is the third and third oldest TV station in Malaysia. It was launched on 1 June 1984 as the country's first and oldest private television channel.