FX (India)

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FX
FX International logo.svg
LaunchedSeptember 2012
Closed15 June 2017
Owned byFox Networks Group
Star India
Picture format480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
SloganThe Edge of Entertainment
CountryIndia
LanguageEnglish
Broadcast areaSouth Asia
HeadquartersMumbai
ReplacedFX Asia
Availability
Satellite
Tata Sky (India)Channel 233 (SD)
Channel 232 (HD)
Reliance Digital TV (India)Channel 234
Dish TV (India)Channel 453
Sun Direct (India)Channel 890
Dish TV Lanka (Sri Lanka)Channel 43 (SD)
Tata Sky Pakistan (Pakistan)Channel 24 (SD)
Channel 23 (HD)
Airtel Digital TV (India)Channel 144 (SD)
Channel 145 (HD)
d2h (India)Channel 499
Reliance Afghanistan (Afghanistan)Channel 278
d2h Bangladesh (Bangladesh)Channel 66
Dish Home(Nepal)Channel 41 (HD)
Sky Net
(Myanmar)
Channel 37
Cable
Dish Bhutan(Bhutan)Channel 18
Dish Maldives (Maldives)Channel 56
Asianet (India)Channel 324
PATL TV (Pakistan)Channel 52
MediaNet (Maldives)Channel 52
Space Time Network (Kathmandu/Nepal)Channel 511
IPTV
now TV (Tebat)Channel 52
MOD (Afghanistan)Channel 7
PEO TV (Sri Lanka)Channel 82
Broad TV (Nepal)Channel 77
TOT iptv MeTV (Thailand)Channel 250 (HD)

FX was an Indian affiliate of American FX entertainment TV channel, owned and produced by Fox International Channels and distributed by STAR India.[1]

Launch[edit]

FX India was launched during the month of September in 2012, with an HD feed following later, on 23 September 2015. The channel was closed down on 15 June 2017.[2]

Programming[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ FX: Feature Channel retrieve via www.foxinternationalchannels.com 12-01-2010
  2. ^ "Star India to shut down 3 English channels from 15 June". Television Post. 16 May 2017.