SIC Internacional

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SIC Internacional
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Launched September, 1997
Owned by Impresa
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Country Portugal
Broadcast area Europe
North America
South America
Africa
Australia
Sister channel(s) SIC
Website SIC Internacional
Availability
Satellite
Luso Vision[1](Australia) Channel 111
SKY Brasil (Brazil) Channel 107
GVT (Brazil) Channel 141
DStv (South Africa), (Angola) Channel 505
Claro TV (Brazil) Channel 208
Cable
Numericable (France) Channel
Cablecom (Switzerland) Channel 128
Channel 411 (digital CH-D)
Naxoo (Switzerland) Channel 261
NET S.A. (Brazil) Channel 208
UPC Switzerland (Switzerland) Channel 625 (SD)

SIC Internacional is SIC's international channel, which officially launched in September 1997 in France and has since expanded throughout the world. SIC Internacional is aimed at Portuguese viewers who live abroad and features programming from SIC and its various other channels. Programming includes news, entertainment, talkshows, series, sports and much more. It also features exclusive coverage of Portuguese Liga football matches every weekend.

SIC Internacional is for the Portuguese migrant communities and available via cable and satellite in Africa (Angola, Mozambique & South Africa), Europe (France, Switzerland & Luxembourg), The Americas (Brazil, United States & Canada) and Oceania (Australia and New Zealand) via Luso Vision.[1] It operates 24/7.

In North America, SIC Internacional is not available directly but rather via local Portuguese television channels.

In Canada it is relayed via FPTV and in the United States via SPT TV. These relays run alongside local productions aimed at the communities in the respective countries.

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