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Discovery Turbo
Programming
Timeshift service
  • Discovery Turbo +1 (UK and Ireland only)
  • Discovery Turbo +2 (Australia only)
Ownership
OwnerDiscovery Inc.
History
Launched16 March 2005
Replaced
Replaced byDMAX (Southeast Asia)
Former namesDiscovery Turbo MAX
(2009–2015, Australia only)
Availability

Discovery Turbo (previously known as Discovery Turbo MAX in Australia) is a pay television channel devoted to programming about transport. It is similar to Discovery Velocity and Motor Trend. It was also briefly available as an on-demand service in the US in the late 2000s.

Feeds

Discovery Turbo Latin America

The channel launched in Latin America in 2005.

Discovery Turbo UK

Original logo from March 1, 2007 to September 30, 2011 for UK and Latin America except in Asia and Australia on July 7, 2014
Original logo from March 1, 2007 to September 30, 2011 for UK and Latin America except in Asia and Australia on July 7, 2014

It launched on 1 March 2007, replacing Discovery Wings and Discovery Kids.[1]

Discovery Turbo Asia

Discovery Turbo launched in Southeast Asia on September 22, 2008, replacing Discovery Real Time. Discovery Turbo Asia ended its broadcast on July 7, 2014 between 5:54 am and 5:59 am as it has been rebranded to DMAX starting at 6:00 am on the same day.

Discovery Turbo India

Main article: Discovery Turbo (Indian TV channel)

The channel launched on January 28, 2010.[2] From March 1, 2021 the channel started to follow a timeshifted version of DMAX Asia's schedule.

Discovery Turbo Australia

In Australia, the channel first launched in 2008[specify] on SelecTV, replacing Discovery Real Time which previously launched on 15 March 2007.[3][better source needed] The channel ceased being available in late 2010 following SelecTV's closure of its English service.[4] A separate feed[citation needed], named Discovery Turbo MAX, launch on 15 November 2009 on the Foxtel platform.[5] At launch, the channel was also available on a two-hour delay, with the time shift channel called Discovery Turbo MAX +2.[5] In May 2015,[specify] the channel rebranded as Discovery Turbo, seeing it change to a similar branding to that used by other Discovery Turbo channels around the world.[citation needed]

Discovery Turbo New Zealand

In New Zealand, the channel is known as Discovery Turbo, with similar branding and content to other Discovery Turbo channels around the world. It launched on 1 November 2015 on channel 75 exclusively to Sky Television.[6][7]

DTX in Europe

Main article: DTX (TV channel)

In Europe, the channel is known as DTX (formerly known Discovery Turbo Xtra), with similar branding and content to other Discovery Turbo channels around the world. It launched on 17 September 2013 in Poland, replaced Discovery World, and later roll-out in Turkey and Eastern Europe. However, later in Poland, in second half of November 2016, DTX replaced Discovery Turbo Xtra.

Discovery Turbo Japan

The channel launched on 30 January 2018.[8]

Programming

UK and Ireland

Asia (2008–2014), Australia and New Zealand (2008-2019)

Check out the Australian & NZ Discovery Website

Latin America

References

  1. ^ "Discovery Goes Into Turbo Mode!". MediaWeek. 7 October 2008.
  2. ^ "Discovery Science, Discovery Turbo launch in India". Indian Television Dot Com. 2010-01-28. Retrieved 2018-04-19.
  3. ^ Addington, Tim (15 March 2007). "SelecTV adds five Discovery channels to platform". B&T Weekly. Archived from the original on 29 July 2012.
  4. ^ Chessell, James (20 August 2010). "Bruce Gordon's SelecTV to make changes". The Australian. Retrieved 26 September 2016.
  5. ^ a b Knox, David (14 November 2009). "Pay TV's upgrade to top Freeview". TV Tonight. Retrieved 26 September 2016.
  6. ^ "SKY TV AND DISCOVERY NETWORKS AGREE LONG TERM EXCLUSIVE DEAL" (Press release). Sky Television New Zealand. 20 July 2015. Retrieved 1 November 2016.
  7. ^ Page, Emma (1 November 2015). "Wayne Carini talks Chasing Classic Cars". Stuff.co.nz. Retrieved 1 November 2016. ...Discovery Turbo, that launches on November 1...Discovery Turbo (Sky Channel 075).
  8. ^ "国内初のクルマ・バイク専門チャンネル「Discovery TURBO」をローンチ".