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Fox HD (Latin America)

FOX Logo
Launched December 1st, 2008
Owned by Fox Latin American Channels (21st Century Fox)
Picture format 16:9
1080i (HDTV)
Slogan Nat Geo HD, Fox HD, juntos en alta definición. (Spanish)
Nat Geo HD, Fox HD, juntos em alta definição. (Portuguese)
("Nat Geo HD, Fox HD, together in high-definition.")
Country Latin America
Language Spanish
Sister channel(s) National Geographic Channel, Fox, FX, Fox Life, Fox Sports Latin America, Fox Sports Brazil
DirecTV channel 1003
SKY Brazil channel 245

FOX HD (also known as FOX + Nat Geo HD) is a Latin American channel that mix programing from FOX (as The Simpsons) and National Geographic Channel in HD.

On September 3, 2012, the channel launched a dedicated feed for Brazil. Until then, the channel had a pan-regional feed, with both Spanish and Portuguese audio and subtitle channels.

On June 2, 2014, the channel will be phased out in Brazil, in favor of high-definition simulcasts of FOX, FX and Nat Geo.

FOX HD Programming

TV Series

English Title
The Simpsons
Lie to Me
Sons of Tucson
Bones (only in Brazil)
The Listener
My Name is Earl
How I Met Your Mother
The Ex List
Rescue Me*
One Tree Hill
United States of Tara
High Stakes Poker
White Collar
Burn Notice
Modern Family*
The Walking Dead*
American Horror Story
Logo used when the NatGeo block is aired
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