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For more information on the international TCM, see Turner Classic Movies. Or the British version, see Turner Classic Movies (UK).

Turner Classic Movies
Turner Classic Movies
Launched May, 1995
Owned by Time Warner
Picture format 4:3
Broadcast area Australia Australia

India India
Fiji Fiji
Hong Kong Hong Kong
Indonesia Indonesia
Japan Japan
New Zealand New Zealand
Philippines Philippines
Singapore Singapore
South Korea South Korea
Thailand Thailand
Turkey Turkey
Vietnam Vietnam

Formerly called TNT (1995-1999)
Foxtel Channel 428
Austar Channel 428
SelecTV Channel 109
SKY Network Television Channel 024
TrueVisions Channel 35
Tata Sky Channel 357
Dream Satellite TV Channel 24
Cignal Digital TV TBA
Indovision TBA
Foxtel Channel 417
Austar Channel 417
Optus Channel 417
StarHub TV Channel 65
Neighbourhood Cable Channel 36
TransACT Channel 15
TelstraClear InHomeTV Channel 24
TrueVisions Channel 35
SkyCable Platinum Channel 105
Global Destiny Cable Channel 98
Cablelink Channel 43
First Media Channel 296
Parasat Cable TV Channel 58

Turner Classic Movies is a digital television channel featuring commercial-free classic movies, mostly from the Turner Entertainment and Warner Bros. film libraries, which include many MGM, United Artists, RKO and Warner Bros. titles, mainly classic films (e.g. The Wizard of Oz or Citizen Kane). It is the Asian alternation of the US TCM.


The channel was launched (as TNT) in May 1995, as one of the three movie channels available on Foxtel, and Austar. In India, this channel was exclusively available on Dish TV until March 15, 2009. Now it is available on the digital cable service INCable from the Hinduja Group. From 31 August, 2009 its available on Tata Sky.

Examples of Films seen on TCM

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