|Red Hot TV|
Red Hot TV logo
|Launched||December 1, 2003|
|Owned by||Ten Broadcasting|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)|
|Formerly called||X Channel (2003-2006)
Red Light District TV (2006-2008)
|Sister channel(s)||Exxxtasy TV
|Website||Red Hot TV|
|Bell TV||Channel 777|
|Shaw Direct||Channel 682|
|Rogers Cable||Channel 763|
|Shaw Cable||Channel 373|
|Westman Communications||Channel 195|
|Bell Fibe TV||Channel 777|
|Bell MTS||Channel 953|
|Optik TV||Channel 5515|
Red Hot TV is a Canadian English language Category B specialty channel that broadcasts adult entertainment material, primarily consisting of pornographic films, with a focus on couples-oriented programming sourced from various adult film studios including original Canadian content. The channel is owned by Ten Broadcasting, a company owned by Stuart Duncan (80.01%) and LFP Video Inc. (19.9%).
In December 2000, Ten Broadcasting Inc. was granted approval by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to launch a television channel called TEN – Channel 2, described as "a national English-language Category 2 specialty television service devoted to adult entertainment programming, including adult entertainment films, talk shows, phone-in shows and other programming on the theme of sexuality."
The channel was launched on December 1, 2003 on Rogers Cable as X Channel. In 2006, the channel was renamed Red Light District TV. The channel was once again renamed, this time on August 1, 2008 as Red Hot TV.
|2003 - 2006||2006 - 2008||2008 - present|
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