A&E

A&E Network

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Création 1er février 1984
Slogan « Real Life. Drama. »
Langue Anglais
Pays d'origine États-Unis États-Unis
Statut Thématique internationale privée
Siège social New York, États-Unis
Site Web http://www.aetv.com
Diffusion
Analogique Non
Numérique Non

A&E Network est une chaîne de télévision par câble et par satellite américaine dont le siège se situe à New York. Spécialisée dans la diffusion de biographies, de documentaires et de séries dramatique, A&E est reçue en 2005 par 85 millions de foyers aux États-Unis.

Depuis 1996 A&E est, suite au rachat de Capital Cities/ABC par la Walt Disney Company, une coentreprise entre la Hearst Corporation (37.5%), ABC (37.5%) et NBC (25%)[1].

A&E est la chaîne phare du groupe de télévision A&E Television Networks qui édite aussi History Channel et Biography Channel.

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Programmes

Notes et références

  1. (en) Dave Smith, Disney A to Z: The Updated Official Encyclopedia p 1

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