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A MAX TV On PakSat-1R @38.0E New TP Frequency 2022

A MAX TV On PakSat-1R @38.0E New TP Frequency 2022

PakSat-1R @38.0E
FREQ: 3958 V 6400
MPEG4/SD/FTA Started
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Max TV was a New Zealand music channel available on a UHF frequency in Auckland from 28 October 1993 to 3 December 1997.

When Max TV began transmission it was known as Max: The Music Channel. The channel was jointly owned and operated by Aztel Holdings (radio personality Kevin Black, who owned the frequency licence, and his partner Jeff Thorpe) and On-Line Productions, a video production house.

The channel initially broadcast from 4:00pm until midnight Monday to Thursday; 4:00pm until 1:00am on Friday; 7:00am until 1:00am on Saturday; and 7:00am until midnight on Sunday. By April 1996 its transmission hours were extended to 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

On 20 May 1997, the channel broadcast the music video to Iggy Pop’s song “Pussy Walk”. Local feminist group Women Against Pornography considered the music video ‘offensive and insulting to women’.

On 2 December 1997, Television New Zealand announced that the channel would close down on the following day.

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