13th Street (TV channel)

13th Street (France: 13ème Rue, Spain: Calle 13 and Poland: 13 Ulica) is a television channel specializing in action, suspense and police procedural programs and movies. It is owned by NBCUniversal and was launched in France on 13 November 1997, later followed by Germany on 1 May 1998, Spain in 1999 and the Netherlands on 30 May 2007.[1]

13th Street was added to the Foxtel platform in Australia on 15 November 2009 and a new timeshift channel 13th Street+2 was added in 2010. In that same year, on 13 September, the channel was launched in Poland.

The channel changed its logo and name into 13th Street Universal on 13 October 2010.[2] However, in March 2017 the channel got rebranded and dropped the Universal suffix.[3]

13th Street officially closed in the Netherlands and Flanders on 1 July 2016.[4]

13th Street
13th Street logo
Launched30 November 1997 (France)
13 September 1999 (Spain)
30 May 2007 (Netherlands)
15 November 2009 (Australia)
13 September 2010 (Poland)
Closed1 July 2016 (Netherlands & Flanders)
NetworkNBCUniversal International Networks
Owned byNBCUniversal
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 480i/576i for the SDTV feeds)
SloganPartner in Crime
Sister channel(s)Syfy
CNBC Europe
DreamWorks Channel
Movies 24
E!
Style Network (Europe)
Golf Channel
Euronews
Sky News
Availability
Satellite
Foxtel (Australia)Channel 113
Austar (Australia)Channel 113
CanalSat (France)Channel 524 (HD)
Channel 724 (SD)
Cable
Cablecom (Switzerland)Channel 116
Foxtel (Australia)Channel 113
UPC PolandChannel 481
IPTV
CanalSatChannel 20 (HD)
13th Street Universal
Channel logo between 2010 and 2017

See also

References

  1. ^ Robert Briel (24 May 2007). "Tien nieuwe kanalen bij UPC digital" (in Dutch). BroadbandTVNews.com. Retrieved 2018-07-31.
  2. ^ Jarco Kriek & Jan Hein Visser (27 August 2010). "Nieuw logo en huisstijl voor tv-kanaal 13Th Street" (in Dutch). TotaalTV.nl.
  3. ^ Georg Szalai (3 March 2017). "NBCUniversal's International Crime Channel 13th Street Gets Brand Refresh With Help From Hans Zimmer". The Hollywood Reporter.
  4. ^ Jarco Kriek (6 May 2016). "NBCUNIVERSAL STOPT OP 1 JULI MET SYFY EN 13TH STREET" (in Dutch). TotaalTV.nl.

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