SCI FI Channel to begin broadcasting throughout Japan
Jupiter Telecommunications Co and NBC Universal International announced Tuesday that the science-fiction, fantasy, and supernatural-phenomenon themed SCI FI Channel will begin broadcasting throughout Japan via J:COM Digital Broadcasting service starting April 1.
Since its initial broadcasting in the U.S. in 1992, the SCI FI Channel has extended its broadcasting audience across more than 30 different countries worldwide. With science fiction as the main theme, the SCI FI Channel takes great pride in its diverse TV programming. From high-fantasy and super-hero adventures to stimulating near-future dramas, a variety of original titles and shows will be appearing for the first time in Japan. Japanese viewers can expect to receive original programming created specifically for them.