Food Network Asia

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Food Network Asia
Launched 5 July 2010
Owned by Scripps Networks Interactive
(sale to Discovery Communications pending[1])
Picture format 16:9 480i (SD)
1080i (HD)
Country Singapore, India
Headquarters Singapore
Cignal Philippines Channel 200 (HD)
Channel TBA (SD)
Tata Sky India Channel 727 (HD)
Dish HD Taiwan Channel 6235 (HD)
DirecTV USA Channel 2104 (SD)
TrueVisions (Thailand) Channel 342 (HD)
Indovision Indonesia Channel 241 (SD)
StarHub TV Singapore Channel 433 (SD/HD)
MediaNet Maldives Channel 410
SkyCable Philippines Channel 68 (SD)
Channel 245 (HD)
Dialog TV Sri Lanka Channel 96
Now TV (Hong Kong) Channel 526
Fetch TV (Australia) Channel 127
CHT MOD (Taiwan) Channel 277
Singtel TV
Channel 274 (HD)

Food Network Asia is a television channel that airs both one-time and recurring (episodic) programs about food and cooking from the Food Network's library as well as commissioned programming developed regionally. Food Network Asia launched July 5, 2010 on StarHub TV Singapore channel 433.

The channel is also available in Malaysia on Astro, the largest pay-TV platform in the region.[citation needed] In the Philippines, Food Network Asia is part of a new Hi-Def DTH service called CIGNAL, launched on October 8, 2010.

The channel itself is not available in South Korea. But under a special agreement, Food TV (a nationwide pay TV channel) is carrying programmes from Food Network by simulcasting the pan-Asian version and airing the shows recorded from the channel in particular time slots.

Lately Food Network Asia Launched on Dialog TV in Sri Lanka


Food Network Asia HD[edit]

Food Network Asia HD logo

Food Network Asia HD is a 1080i high definition simulcast of Food Network Asia. It originally aired a different lineup than the SD version, with only HD programs. Food Network Asia was launched in Singapore on July 5, 2010 on StarHub TV channel 468 in HD. Food Network Asia also launched in Malaysia from October 1, 2012 on Astro channel 727 in HD.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Szalai, Georg (July 31, 2017). "Discovery to Acquire Scripps Networks for $14.6 Billion". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved July 31, 2017. 

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