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New channel for viewers

Filipe Naigulevu
Saturday, October 28, 2017

AFTER a thorough research on its content, Sky Pacific has introduced a new English entertainment channel, AXN, adding to its line-up.

Digicel Fiji's chief executive officer Mike Greig, who oversees the operations of Sky Pacific, said this would come into effect from Tuesday, October 31, 2017.

The new AXN channel, Mr Greig said, would replace music channel, MTV Live on Channel 24 on Sky Pacific.

"The introduction of AXN is a result of our constant research on channel line-up that our viewers are interested in seeing," Mr Greig said in a statement yesterday.

Mr Greig, who was recently appointed to the CEO position, said the new channel AXN was also home to some of the most iconic characters.

"AXN will cater for young evolving and mature audiences who seek intelligent action.

"The channel airs shrewd action shows with more intense, smart and unexpected characters," he said.

"AXN's content offering includes a mixture of crime thriller shows like Taken, Blacklist, and action adventure drama shows like Seal Team, MacGyver and Blue Bloods series," Mr Greig said.

"With the rise in the Hollywood shows consumption in the country, AXN will provide our viewers with up to date shows from the US slot."

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