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2014-02-10 18:00
Cape Town – A new TV channel, FOX Movies is set to be added to On Digital Media’s (ODM) StarSat pay-TV platform.

The FOX Movies channel will go live as early as this Saturday, 15 February, for StarSat subscribers as a standard definition (SD) TV channel, Channel24 has learnt.

No official announcement of the addition of FOX Movies has yet been made by StarSat or Fox International Channel Africa (FIC Africa).

FOX Movies is from Fox International Channels (FIC) which provides FOX and FOX Crime to StarSat and MultiChoice’s DStv platforms as well as the various National Geographic channels to both, and TV channels such as FX and FUEL to StarSat.

FOX Movies from 20th Century FOX broadcast comedy, drama, action, science fiction, horror and thrillers and has already been available as a TV channel on the continent in North Africa.

Unrelated to the upcoming FOX Movies addition, the FOX distributed TV channels FOX and FX on StarSat went dark last week following technical problems due to a broken fibre link of the signal distributor after bad weather.

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