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Lifetime and H2 roll out across Southeast Asia

Lifetime and H2 will be available in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong and Macau from June 14, as a result of new carriage agreements signed by AETN All Asia Networks. (Pictured: Dance Moms)
May 16, 2013

Lifetime and H2 will be available in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong and Macau from June 14, as a result of new carriage agreements signed by AETN All Asia Networks.

StarHub TV, True Visions, now TV and Macau Cable TV will carry the networks, with AETN promising further announcements to come.

Lifetime’s female-focused network includes reality series MasterChef Australia and Dance Moms (pictured above) and Lifetime original movies, while H2 digs deeper into history, targeting an upscale audience, military history fans and knowledge seekers.

H2′s schedule includes Mankind Decoded, How Sex Changed the World and America’s Secret Slang.

“Now with five world-renowned brands here in Asia, A+E Networks can offer even more value to our viewers and affiliate and advertising partners,” said Alan Hodges, Asia Pacific MD for A+E Networks.

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