TIMM is a
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cable and satellite service from
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targeting gay male audiences. It was first launched on November 1, 2008. It was also available over a live stream. TIMM is a general lifestyle and entertainment channel with an array of programming including dramas, comedies, films, lifestyle series and more. As of February 1, 2009 it airs 24/7. In January 2010, the Deutsche Fernsehwerke GmbH, owner of TIMM, applied for
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proceedings. TIMM stopped airing via
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as of 22 February 2010, and is currently available via cable only.


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