ETC (Chilean TV channel)

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ETC
ETC 2016-actual.png
Broadcast areaChile
Network Mega
Slogan Por ETC
Programming
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Ownership
OwnerTelefilms Ltda. (1996-2011)
Mega Media (2011-present)
Discovery Inc. (2016-present)
History
LaunchedAugust 1, 1996
Former namesEtc TV (1996-2015)
Links
Website Official site
Availability
Cable
VTR Channel 12 (analogue - area V)
Channel 13 (analogue - metropolitan e VII areas)
Channel 253 (digital - all Chile)
GTD ManquehueChannel 15
Telefónica del SurChannel 15
Claro Chile Channel 11 (SD)
Channel 511 (HD)
CableunionChannel 5
Satellite
Movistar ChileChannel 310

ETC is a Chilean cable television channel currently owned by Mega. The channel's slogan is "Todo pasa por Etc..." (Everything Happens on Etc...). Launched in 1996, the company was previously owned by Telefilms Ltda. Starting with a low budget, the channel was originally conceived as a "miscellaneous" channel (the name of the channel, ETC, is based on et cetera), focusing on children's programming and some North American sitcoms in its first year. In 1997, when the channel aired Sailor Moon and Saint Seiya , it experienced an increase in its ratings, leading it to narrow its focus to include primarily Japanese anime, though, in recent years, it has also added some South Korean programming including K-pop and K-dramas.

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Anime aired on ETC

Some of the following Anime were aired on ETC TV, many of those series were also aired on some local Chilean channels, specially Chilevisión on their program "El Club de los Tigritos" (program later replaced by "Invasión") and some exceptions in TVN (Vision of Escaflowne and Lost Universe), Red Televisión (Detective Conan, also aired in Chilevisión) and Megavisión (Dragon Ball, Yu-Gi-Oh!).

Korean drama aired on ETC

Korean drama (K-drama) aired on ETC. ETC is the only Chilean TV network that airs K-dramas.

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