Zone Club

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Zone Club
Zone Club.png
Launched 1998
Closed 1 April 2010 (EMEA)
3 December 2012 (Poland)
Network Chello Zone
Owned by Chello Central Europe/Chellomedia
Liberty Global
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Broadcast area Europe
Formerly called Club (Until 2002)[1]
Poland: Club TV (2010-2012)
Replaced by Europe: Fine Living Network (2010)
Poland: CBS Drama (2012)
Sister channel(s) Zone Europa
Zone Fantasy
Zone Horror
Zone Reality
Zone Romantica
Zone Thriller

Zone Club (formerly Club) was a European lifestyle and entertainment channel. The channel focused on six programme categories: style, health, home, travel, food and relationships. It also broadcast dramas and documentaries.

The channel targeted women aged 18 to 39 and was available 24/7 in five languages, reaching 6 million viewers in 22 countries across Europe, the Arab World and Korea. On 27 December 2010 Zone Club in Poland changed its name into Club TV.

In EMEA, Zone Club closed on 1 April 2010 and was replaced by Fine Living Network.[2][3] On 1 August 2012 Chellomedia revealed that all European versions of the Zone Channels would be rebranded into CBS channels.[4] CBS Drama replaced Club TV in Poland on 3 December 2012.[5]

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