DTX (TV channel)

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DTX
DTX Discovery logo.png
Launched 14 February 2012 (Romania)
2013 (EMEA)
April 2016 (Middle East)
Owned by Discovery Networks CEEMEA
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Country Poland
Russia
Romania
UAE
Language English
Broadcast area Poland
Russia
Romania
MENA
Formerly called Discovery Turbo Xtra (2012-2016) (Romania); 2013-2016 (Poland)
Replaced Discovery World (Eastern Europe)
Sister channel(s) Discovery Channel
Discovery Science
Discovery Family
Investigation Discovery
Animal Planet
Fatafeat
DLife
DMAX
DKids
TLC
Quest Arabiya
Availability
Satellite
beIN (MENA) Channel 302 (SD)
Cable
UPC Romania Channel 307

DTX (Discovery Turbo Xtra) is a television channel devoted to programming about transport. It is a CEEMEA version of Discovery Turbo.

It launched on 14 February 2012, in Romania, and on 17 September 2013 in Poland, replaced Discovery World, and later roll-out in Turkey and Eastern Europe. Later in Poland, in second half of November 2016, Discovery Turbo Xtra renamed as DTX.

In Middle East, it is launched in 1 April 2016 and broadcast on beIN Network.[1]

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