Television in Slovenia

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Analog television[edit]

Television in Slovenia was first introduced in 1958. Slovenia used the PAL standard. The first TV station in Slovenia was launched in 1958 as RTV Ljubljana (now RTV Slovenija). The first commercial (private) TV station, Kanal A was launched in 1991. Analog broadcasting ceased on December 1, 2010.

List of TV stations in Slovenia[edit]

Public[edit]

Commercial[edit]

  • ATV signal (Litija)
  • Gorenjska televizija - GTV (Kranj) [1]
  • TV IDEA - Kanal 10 (Murska Sobota)
  • RTS (Maribor)
  • TV Celje (Celje)
  • TV Primorka (Šempeter pri Novi Gorici)
  • Vaš kanal (Novo mesto)
  • VTV - Vaša Televizija (Velenje)
  • EPTV (Ljubljana)
  • ETV (Kisovec) [2]
  • Gea TV (Domžale)
  • KTV (Ormož) [3]
  • Kanal 3 (Apače) [4]
  • Kanal A (Ljubljana)
  • Koroška TV (Dravograd) [5]
  • Media TV (Škofja Loka)
  • Moj TV (Selnica ob Dravi)
  • MTV Adria (Ljubljana) [6]
  • Net TV (Maribor) [7]
  • Net XXL (Maribor) [8]
  • Play TV (Ljubljana) [9]
  • POP TV (Ljubljana)
  • R-Kanal (Ribnica)
  • Sponka.tv (Portorož)
  • Studio AS (Murska Sobota)
  • Studio Signal (Ljubljana) [10]
  • Top RTV [11]
  • TV3 Medias (Koper)
  • TV Galeja (Ilirska Bistrica) [12]
  • Golica TV (Ljubljana)
  • TV Kras (Sežana) [13]
  • TV Lep (Logatec) [14]
  • TV Petelin (Ljubljana) [15]
  • TV Plus (Komenda) [16]
  • TV Radgona - Kanal 11 (Gornja Radgona) [17]
  • TV Trbovlje (Trbovlje) [18]
  • Vascom (Pivka) [19]
  • ViTel (Dornberk)

Non-profit[edit]

DVB-T[edit]

Experimental DVB-T broadcasts began in 2001 using the MPEG-2 standard. In 2007 the Slovenian government decided to test DVB-T transmission in Ljubljana using the MPEG-4 standard, following the approval of the APEK (Agency for Post and Telecommunications Republic of Slovenia).

After that Radiotelevizija Slovenija had to determine which transmitter would be used for the 3-month test. They settled on the transmitters made by a Slovene company, Elti, who produces analog and digital TV transmitters. After the test, the RTV SLO decided to expand transmissions to TV SLO 2. In 2007, the RTV SLO launched a new channel: TV SLO 3 (a public affairs broadcast) to its digital offering. High-definition broadcast with AC-3 was experimented during the Beijing 2008 olympic games. The 2010 Winter Olympic Games were also broadcast in HD.

Currently, there are two multiplexes operating, Mux A and Mux C.

Mux A[edit]

The operator is Radiotelevizija Slovenija. Mux A is intended for public programs. The commercial programs are broadcasting in Mux C.

Channels[edit]

Mux B[edit]

The operator of Mux B used to be Norkring. This multiplex was intended for commercial programs. Mux B started operating in mid-2010. Transmission of Mux B was ceased in 2012.

Mux C[edit]

Started on October 14, 2013. The operator is Radiotelevizija Slovenija. Mux C is intended for commercial programs.

Channels[edit]

Rating Shares[edit]

Rank Channel Owner Average Rating Share (7pm-11pm)
1 POP TV CME 32.1%
2 TV Slovenija 1 RTVSLO 14.2%
3 Kanal A CME 12.6%
4 TV Slovenija 2 RTVSLO 5.0%
5 Planet TV ANT1 3.7%
6 TV3 Medias Medias 2.2%
7 POP Non-Stop* CME 1.1%
8 TV Slovenija 3 RTVSLO 0.7%
  • POP Non-Stop is a cable channel.

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