Xplora

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Xplora
Logo Xplora 2012.png
Launched 1 May 2012
Closed 5 May 2014
Owned by Atresmedia
Country Spain
Language Spanish
Broadcast area Spain
Andorra
Headquarters Madrid
Sister channel(s) Antena 3
Neox
Nova
Nitro
Antena 3 HD
laSexta
laSexta3
laSexta HD
Gol TV
Website www.lasexta.com

Xplora was a Spanish TV channel owned by Atresmedia. The channel started broadcasting on 1 May 2012, replacing laSexta2 due its low ratings. On 5 May 2014, the channel ceased broadcasting.

Most of its programming were documentaries and reality television.[1][2][3]

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The channel ceased broadcasting on 5 May 2014 in DTT, as a consequence of a sentence by the Supreme Court that annulled the concessions for nine channels broadcasting in DTT, because their permissions for frequencies were granted without the required public consensus and assignments system according to the Audiovisual Law.[4][5][6]

Since 6 May 2014 the channel broadcast only online via Atresplayer.[7]

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