|Picture format||16:9 576i SDTV|
|Timeshift service||5USA +1|
|Owner|| Channel 5 Broadcasting Ltd |
(ViacomCBS Networks UK & Australia)
|Launched||16 October 2006|
|Former names||Five US (2006–09) |
Five USA (2009–11)
|Virgin Media||Channel 153|
Channel 185 (+1)
|UPC Switzerland||Channel 217|
Channel 130 (+1)
|Sky (UK)||Channel 141 (Eng, Wales, NI)|
Channel 169 (Scot)
Channel 241 (+1) (Eng, Wales, NI)
Channel 269 (+1) (Scot)
|Astra 2G||10964 H 22000 5/6|
10964 H 22000 5/6 (+1)
|FL1 (Liechtenstein)||Channel 112|
|Sky Go||Watch live|
|Virgin TV Anywhere||Watch live (UK only)|
5USA is a British free-to-air television channel. It is owned by ViacomCBS Networks UK & Australia and is a sister channel of Channel 5, Paramount Network, 5Star and 5Select. It was launched on 16 October 2006 as Five US and was the second digital terrestrial television channel in the UK to be launched by RTL Group (the owner at the time) as part of their multi-channel strategy, the first being Five Life (now 5Star). 5USA concentrates on showing imported movies and programmes from the United States. The channel's original broadcast hours were from 4:00pm to 01:00am, however it extended its hours starting at 12:00pm in June 2007. On 1 November 2015, the channel extended its hours again and began broadcasting from 7:00am until 3:00am. The channel changes its programme slots and shows from time to time.
British comedian Russell Kane was the 'face of the channel', presenting short clips between some programmes which acted as space fillers to comply with advertising regulations in the UK (UK regulation allows fewer minutes of advertising than in the US) until 16 February 2009. The music used during the idents until February 2009 were "The Dress Looks Nice on You", “Chicago”, "Jacksonville" and “The Man of Metropolis Steals Our Hearts”, all performed by Sufjan Stevens.
On 28 August 2007, Five US launched a timeshift channel named Five US +1 available only on Sky.On 22 January 2009, it was announced that Five US would be rebranded to Five USA on 16 February (amended to 5USA in March 2011 as part of a corporate rebranding).
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