Lifestyle Home (stylised as Lifestyle HOME) is an Australian subscription television channel dedicated to home and property programming. It ranges from home improvements to home investments, renovation, gardens and property.
|Launched||1 March 2011|
|Owned by||Foxtel Networks|
|Picture format||576i (SDTV 16:9)|
|Replaced||HOW TO Channel|
|Sister channel(s)||Foxtel Networks channels|
This is a list of Australian television events and premieres that are scheduled to occur in 2015, the 60th year of continuous operation of television in Australia.ANT1 Pacific
ANT1 Pacific (pronounced Antenna) is a subscription TV channel established in 1998. The channel is partly owned by ANT1 Greece. It is a general entertainment channel screening international, Greek and some locally produced programs.Bose home audio products
Home audio products sold by Bose Corporation are listed below.Changing Rooms (Australian TV series)
Changing Rooms is an Australian lifestyle/home renovating television series which is based on the British series of the same name aired on the BBC. It was originally one of many home improvement and lifestyle shows popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s and aired on Nine Network.
The show's revival premiered on 13 February, 2019 on Channel 10 and WIN, hosted by Natalie Bassingthwaighte. On 31 January 2019, the show's designers were announced, being interior designers and stylists Chris Carroll and Jane Thomson, interior designer Tim Leveson and design & renovation expert Naomi Findlay.Claudio Guzmán
Claudio Guzmán (August 2, 1927 in Chillán, Chile – July 12, 2008 in Los Angeles, California) was a Chilean-American television director, producer, art director, and production designer. He is perhaps best known for his work as director and producer of the television series I Dream of Jeannie.
Guzmán was nominated for an Emmy Award for his art direction on the 1953-54 series Where's Raymond? (The Ray Bolger Show). He was also an art director at Desilu, on television shows such as Make Room for Daddy, The Real McCoys, and The Lucy Show.
In addition to I Dream of Jeannie, Guzmán directed such programs as The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Patty Duke Show, The Fugitive, The Flying Nun, The Partridge Family, and Harper Valley PTA. He was also an executive producer on the series Villa Alegre, for which he received two Daytime Emmy Award nominations.
He was married in 1964 to Anna Maria Alberghetti with whom he had two daughters. His second daughter is Pilar Guzmán (born 1970), a food critic & lifestyle & home/garden columnist for the New York Times. Pilar graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in English & Italian. Guzman and Alberghetti were divorced in 1974. In 1981 he married Martha J. McAuliffe; they remained married until his passing.Country Music Channel
Country Music Channel (CMC) is an Australian cable and satellite music television channel owned and operated by Foxtel Networks. It airs on Foxtel. CMC is the only country music video channel in Australia, created after the departure of MusicCountry from the Australian market.Discovery Kids (Australian TV channel)
Discovery Kids (stylised as Discovery K!ds) is an Australian subscription television channel, aimed at 2-6 year olds screening factual and educational programming. The channel launched on Foxtel on 3 November 2014.The channel replaced Discovery Home & Health, whose select programming moved to TLC.Foxtel
Foxtel Management Pty Limited is an Australian pay television company, operating in cable television, direct broadcast satellite television, and IPTV streaming services. It was formed in 1995 through a joint venture established between News Corporation (now the present day News Corp; through News Limited, now News Corp Australia) and Telstra, with News Corp being the 65% and Telstra the 35% shareholders respectively. It shares many features with the Sky service in the United Kingdom, including iQ, the electronic program guide, a similar remote control, and Red Button Active.HOW TO Channel
HOW TO Channel was an Australian cable and satellite television channel. It was carried on the Foxtel Digital, Optus TV featuring Foxtel Digital and Austar Digital platforms. It was owned by Premier Media Group, a 50/50 joint venture of Publishing and Broadcasting Limited and News Corporation.
The channel mainly featured a range of DIY style programs. Technology programming sourced from TechTV and G4 from the United States, such as The Lab with Leo Laporte, Attack of the Show, and Call for Help also was carried on the network.
In December 2010, Foxtel announced that the How To Channel will cease on 1 March 2011, and will be replaced with LifeStyle HOME, a brand new channel completely dedicated to home and property. It will include programming from the current main Lifestyle Channel in addition to some existing programs from the How To Channel. This will be the third subsidiary channel for LifeStyle. Lifestyle HOME will broadcast on Foxtel/Austar digital channel 119 on both cable and satellite. Upon that, How To Channel was ceased airing overnight on 1 March 2011 around 4:00 am, to make room for Lifestyle HOME.Indiatimes shopping
Indiatimes Shopping was the ecommerce division of The Times of India Group ,India's largest media conglomerate. It is one of the pioneers in electronic commerce in India and services its customers through various channels including online and selling over phone. It also provides platform services for brands to go online and sell their products in partnership through White-label. Some of the major categories sold through Indiatimes Shopping include men & women footwear, apparel & accessories, lifestyle, home décor, mobile phones, consumer electronics, health & personal beauty products, books, jewellery, baby products and flowers & gifts. Indiatimes Shopping currently operates through a hybrid model which is a mix of warehousing and marketplace.Lifestyle (Australian TV channel)
Lifestyle (formerly known as The LifeStyle Channel) is an Australian television channel. The channel launched on 1 September 1997. The channel has an emphasis on contemporary lifestyle interests. Its programming covers topics including food and wine, home and garden, real estate, shopping, leisure, travel and real life drama. Every Friday, articles, videos, etc., are published with new content and information regarded these topics.Lifestyle has three subsidiary channels: Lifestyle Food, a channel dedicated to food and cooking, Lifestyle You, which is dedicated to fashion, health, makeover and wellbeing and Lifestyle Home which is dedicated to DIY and garden advice. Lifestyle also broadcasts other programs ranging from food, wine, home design, gardening, leisure, travel, and real life dramaOn 1 March 2011 a HD simulcast of Lifestyle launched on Austar and Foxtel on channel 216.On 19 September 2016, Lifestyle refreshed its look which included a new logo.Lifestyle Food
Lifestyle Food (stylised as Lifestyle FOOD) is an Australian pay-TV food channel, solely dedicated to food, wine and restaurant society. The channel is a subsidiary of Lifestyle, which runs 24 hours a day on the Foxtel.
On 19 September 2016, Lifestyle refreshed its look which included a new logo.Lifestyle You
Lifestyle You (stylised as Lifestyle YOU) was an Australian subscription TV channel. It was a sister channel to Lifestyle, Lifestyle Home and Lifestyle Food. Lifestyle You was home to personal makeovers, hilarious and honest reality, health, wellness, family and relationship programming.
In August 2017, Foxtel announced that Lifestyle You would end in October and that its content would move to Lifestyle and Arena.LocalVision
LocalVision was a group of community access channels that broadcast on the Optus Vision cable television service.Nick Jr. (Australian TV channel)
Nick Jr. is a 24-hour children's channel in Australia designed for pre-schoolers. Nick Jr. was a morning programming block on Nickelodeon until 2004, when Foxtel launched it as a full 24-hour kids channel. The channel is run by Foxtel Networks, under license from Viacom, and is also available on Optus Television and FetchTV.Rai Italia
Rai Italia is the international television service of Rai Internazionale, a subsidiary of RAI, Italy's public national broadcaster. Rai Italia operates a television network that broadcasts around the world via 3 localized feeds. Programming features a mix of news, discussion-based programmes, drama and documentaries as well as sports coverage including 4 live games per week from Italy's top football league, Serie A.The Aussie Property Flippers
The Aussie Property Flippers is an Australian lifestyle/home renovating television series on the Seven Network. The series was commissioned in October 2016 and began airing on 26 April 2017. The series follows a number of people "flipping" properties which involves buying, renovating and selling property to make a quick profit.The Expandables
The Expandables is a Canadian home renovation television series produced by Tricon Films & Television, which premiered January 8, 2015 on HGTV Canada. The series is also slated to air on DIY Network in the United States.Hosted by contractor Rob Evans and designer Mia Parres, the series features the duo meeting with homeowners whose living spaces are not meeting their needs. Each of the hosts then comes up with a renovation plan to improve the functionality of the home, which are presented to the homeowners. After the homeowners make their choice of which plan to pursue, the hosts collaborate to finish the renovation and design work.
The series premiered in Australia on September 14, 2015 on LifeStyle Home.XYZnetworks
XYZnetworks was an Australian media company that owned, operated and distributed eleven subscription television channels in Australia. XYZnetworks was jointly owned by Foxtel and Austar. Based in Sydney, they had roughly 170 employees, with offices in North Ryde.Some of the channels owned by XYZnetworks included:
Country Music Channel
The LifeStyle Channel and LifeStyle HD (a high definition simulcast)
The Weather Channel Australia
[V] Hits (formerly Channel [V]2 and Club [V]).XYZnetworks also distributed Discovery Channel and jointly owned Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. XYZ operated Arena until 1 October 2007, when it became a channel wholly operated by parent company Foxtel, with XYZ still owning the channel.
On 24 May 2012, Foxtel and Austar merged resulting in Foxtel wholly owning XYZ Networks, resulting in Foxtel closing XYZ and moving all channels to Foxtel Networks.