Italia 1

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Italia 1
Italia 1.svg
Launched January 4, 1982 (1982-01-04)
Owned by Mediaset
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Audience share 5.6% (May 2014, [1])
Slogan (1) Segui l'azzurro. Vieni con noi. (Follow the blue. Come with us)
(2) È sempre accesa. (It's always on)
Country Italy
Language Italian
Broadcast area Nationwide
Sister channel(s) Italia 2
Website www.italia1.com
Availability
Terrestrial
Analogue Not available
Digital LCN 6
Digital HD LCN 506
Satellite
Hotbird 11.373Mhz 29900MHz
Tivù Sat Channel 6
SKY Italia Channel 106
IPTV
Alice Home TV LCN 6
TV di FASTWEB Channel 6

Italia 1 is an Italian commercial television channel on the Mediaset network. It is oriented especially at young people.

Italia 1 was launched in January 1982 and, originally, was owned by Rusconi; after a few months, however, due to the aggressive dumping practices of Silvio Berlusconi's rival network Canale 5, Rusconi was forced to sell the majority of his company to Fininvest, allowing Berlusconi to further strengthen his media holdings.

List of programming[edit]

North American TV series[edit]

Spanish TV series[edit]

Argentina TV series[edit]

Italian TV series[edit]

Cartoons/Anime[edit]

Shows[edit]

Reality shows[edit]

  • Campioni, il sogno (2004–2006)
  • La Fattoria (2004) (The Farm) broadcast by Canale 5 by 2005
  • La Pupa e il Secchione (2006–2010) (Beauty and the Geek)
  • La Talpa (2004-2005-2008) (The Mole)
  • Operazione Trionfo (2002) (Operación Triunfo)
  • Popstars (2001, 2003) (Popstars)
  • Saranno Famosi (2001) (from the 2nd season onwards the show's name was changed in Amici di Maria de Filippi (Fame) and broadcast by Canale 5)
  • Survivor (2001) (Survivor)

Game shows[edit]

Cancelled reality shows[edit]

  • Comedy Club (2006, only one episode)
  • Diario - Esperimento d'amore (2004, only four episode)
  • Personality (2003, never started)

News[edit]

Sports[edit]

References[edit]

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