Discovery Channel, the flagship network of Discovery Communications, is devoted to creating the highest quality non-fiction programming in the world and remains one of the most dynamic networks on television. First launched in 1985, Discovery Channel now reaches more than 166 million subscribers in Asia-Pacific. Globally, Discovery Channel is one of the world’s most widely distributed television brands, reaching 375 million cumulative subscribers in more than 180 countries in 35 languages. It offers viewers an engaging line-up of high-quality non-fiction entertainment from blue-chip nature, science & technology, ancient and contemporary history, adventure, cultural and topical documentaries.
Animal Planet is an American basic cable and satellite television channel that is owned by Discovery Communications. It carries documentary programming focused on or relating to animals. Originally focused on more educationally-based television shows, the network has focused instead on more reality programming since the late 2000s.
Nat Geo Wild is dedicated to providing a unique insight into the natural world, the environment, and the amazing creatures that inhabit it. From the most remote environments to the forbidding depths of the oceans. Nat Geo Wild uses spectacular cinematography and compelling storytelling to take you on unforgettable journeys.
H2 offers more to explore, more to reveal,more to know and more to understand. H2 provides a deeper perspective on global history, where information is entertainment, experienced in unexpected, clever and exciting ways.
History (originally The History Channel from 1995 to 2008) is a American basic cable and satellite television channel that is owned by A+E Networks, a joint venture between the Hearst Corporation and the Disney–ABC Television Group division of The Walt Disney Company. It originally broadcast documentary programs and historical fiction series. However since 2008, it has mostly broadcast a variety of reality television series and other non-history related content. Additionally, the network is frequently criticized by scientists and skeptics for broadcasting pseudo-documentaries, unsubstantiated and sensational investigative programming, such as Ancient Aliens, UFO Files and the Nostradamus Effect. The channel is available in more than 80 million households around the United States.