Fatafeat

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Fatafeat
Fatafeat Logo Final.jpg
Country United Arab Emirates & Egypt
Broadcast area Middle East and North Africa (excluding Israel)
Slogan الحياة حلوة (Life's beautiful in Arabic)
Headquarters Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Programming
Language(s) English (most programs)
Arabic (subtitles, promos, and some shows)
Picture format576i (SDTV) (2006—2016)
1080i (HDTV) (2016—present)
Ownership
Owner Discovery Communications
Sister channels Discovery Channel
Discovery Science
Discovery Family
Investigation Discovery
Animal Planet
DTX
DLife
DMAX
DKids
TLC
Quest Arabiya
History
LaunchedDecember 26, 2006;14 years ago (2006-12-26)
Links
Website fatafeat.com
Availability
Satellite
beIN Channel 113 (HD)

Fatafeat (Arabic: فتافيت), is a Middle Eastern food and lifestyle television channel owned by Takhayal Entertainment, which is part of Discovery Inc. [1]

On April 1, 2016, Fatafeat stopped broadcasting as a free-to-air channel and started being encrypted on satellite provider beIN under its "Top Entertainment" and "Complete" packages.

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References

  1. "Discovery Communications to Acquire Takhayal Entertainment and Its Flagship TV Network Serving the Middle East and North Africa". Discovery Communications. 27 November 2012. Archived from the original on 28 October 2014. Retrieved 28 October 2014.