Style Network


Style Network

Infobox TV channel
name = Style Network
logofile = Style Network logo.svg
logosize = 140px
logoalt = Style Network logo
logo2 =
launch = 1999
closed date =
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network =
owner = Comcast
slogan =
country = United States
broadcast area = National
headquarters = Los Angeles, California, U.S.
former names = Style
replaced names =
sister names = E!: Entertainment Television
timeshift names =
web = [http://www.mystyle.com mystyle.com]
terr avail = Not Available
sat serv 1 = DirecTV
sat chan 1 = Channel 235
Channel 1235 (VOD)
sat serv 2 = Dish Network
sat chan 2 = Channel 115
sat serv 3 = Sky Digital
(UK & Ireland)
sat chan 3 = Channel 276
sat serv 4 = Showtime Arabia
sat chan 4 = 11977 V (Nilesat 7°W)
sat serv 5 = DStv
sat chan 5 = Channel 183
sat serv 6 = D-Smart
sat chan 6 = Channel 72
cable serv 1 = Available on most cable systems
cable chan 1 = Check Local Listings for channels

The Style Network is an American cable television network based in Los Angeles, California. It is part of a group of channels owned by Comcast.

Style programming is dedicated to fashion, design, interior decoration, and trendy urban lifestyles. It's the sister channel of E!. Their slogan, "Dress. Design. Dish. Daily." reinforces this larger notion of "style" that moves across clothes, TV, and gossip. Some of its most popular shows include "Clean House" and "."

The channel was launched in Middle East in December 2007 on Showtime Arabia Network, and across Southern Africa during November 2007 on DStv, and will be soon launched in Poland and Romania. The channel launched in the United Kingdom on 10th June 2008 [ [http://www.agbnielsen.co.uk/agb/files/ClientServices/New%20BARB%20Channels/Implementation-The%20Style%20Network.doc The Style Network launches on 12th June] ] .

The Style Network launched [http://www.mystyle.com mystyle.com] in June 2007.

The Style Network HD

The Style Network HD will launch on December 8, 2008. [ [http://comcastnetworks.com Comcastnetworks.com] ]

References

External links

* [http://www.mystyle.com Official site]


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