|Picture format|| 1080i HDTV |
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
|Launched||4 July 2011|
|Website|| www.dplay.nl/zenders/tlc |
|Digitenne||Channel 17 (HD)|
|Ziggo||Channel 21 (HD)|
Channel 942 (SD)
|Caiway||Channel 28 (HD)|
|Kabel Noord||Channel 251 (HD)|
|DELTA||Channel 16 (HD)|
|CAI Harderwijk||Channel 132|
|Stichting Kabelnet Veendam||Channel 72|
|KT Waalre||Channel 16|
|Canal Digitaal||Channel 45 (SD)|
|Joyne||Channel 20 (SD)|
|KPN||Channel 17 (HD)|
|T-Mobile Netherlands||Channel 17 (HD)|
|Tele2 Netherlands||Channel 22 (HD)|
|Ziggo GO||ZiggoGO.tv (Europe only)|
|Yelo TV||Watch live (Belgium only)|
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TLC initially aired from 6pm till 2am on the standard-definition channel of Animal Planet making this a time-sharing channel in the Netherlands.
On 1 October 2012 TLC extended its air time from 3pm till 2am.TLC became a 24-hours channel on 8 January 2013. An HD-simulcast started through UPC Netherlands on 15 May 2013.
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