Syfy

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Syfy
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LaunchedSeptember 24, 1992
Owned byNBC Universal
Picture format480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
SloganImagine Greater
HeadquartersNew York, NY, United States
Formerly calledThe Sci-Fi Channel (1992-1999)
SCI FI (1999-2009)
Sister channel(s)NBC
USA Network
Universal HD
Oxygen
E!
Cloo
Chiller
The Weather Channel
MSNBC
CNBC
Bravo
Esquire Network
NBCSN
Websitehttp://www.syfy.com
Availability
Satellite
DIRECTVChannel 244
Dish NetworkChannel 122
C-BandGalaxy 14-Channel 1
Meo PortugalChannel 68
SKY BrasilChannel 46
SKY Centroamérica and MéxicoChannel 209
DirecTV (Latin America)Channel 221
Digital+ (Spain)Channel 25
Austar and Foxtel (Australia)Channel 125 and 165
Cable
Varies by location
IPTV
AT&T U-verseChannel 151 (SD)
Channel 1151 (HD)

Syfy (pronounced /ˈsaɪfaɪ/; the same way as sci-fi), formerly known as the Sci-Fi Channel, is an American cable television channel that specializes in science fiction, fantasy, horror, professional wrestling, and paranormal programming. Launched on 24 September 1992, it is part of the entertainment conglomerate NBC Universal. The name Syfy was officially adopted on 7 July 2009.

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