Animax

Operating across Japan, Taiwan, India, Pakistan, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Hong Kong, Latin America (replacing Locomotion) and was launched in Europe (launching across Germany, Romania, Hungary, Czech Republic in 2007 (replacing Anime+ in Romania, Hungary, and Czech Republic), Slovakia (replacing Anime+), Spain and Portugal (both initially on s...
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Animax

[German TV channel] Animax Germany is one of Animax`s channels in Europe. It was launched during Summer 2007. It was launched the same year as its Eastern European counterpart. ...
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Animax

[Latin America] ==History== Being Sony`s first attempt to offer a 24-hour anime channel in Latin America, it was planned to broadcast the series in two formats. The series containing 25 episodes or more (the majority, not all of them), would be aired at weekdays, whereas the series with a less last than 25 episodes would be shown at certain...
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Animax

[South Korea] Animax is a South Korean television channel operated under the joint venture between Sony Pictures Television & YG Entertainment. Since its launch on April 29, 2006, it primarily shows Japanese animated TV series and films for most of time, but also shows South Korean animated TV series under the South Korean regulations. Orig...
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