Film+

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Film+
FILM+ logo 2014 Hungary.png
Launched15 September 2003; 15 years ago (2003-09-15)
Owned byRTL Group
Picture format16:9 576i (SDTV)
16:9 1080i (HDTV)
CountryHungary
Broadcast areaHungary and their neighbouring countries
HeadquartersBudapest
Formerly calledf+
Sister channel(s)RTL Klub
RTL II (Hungary)
Cool TV
RTL Gold
Sorozat+
RTL+
MuzsikaTV
Websitefilmplusz.hu
Availability
Terrestrial
MinDig TV Extra-
Satellite
UPC Direct (Hungary)-
T-Home Sat TV (Magyar Telekom)-
Digi TV-
Cable
UPC Hungary-
T-Home (Magyar Telekom)-

Film+ was launched on 15 September 2003, the same time as Cool TV. The channel airs movies which previously aired on RTL Klub 24/7. According to 2012 Hungarian television ratings, Film+ is the third-most-watched cable channel in Hungary. Due to the early success of the channel, the parent company launched Film+2, which airs movies in the same fashion as Film+.

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