||23 September 1976
||"Deux fois plus de plaisir" (Twice the fun)
- RTB 2 (1970–1976)
- RTbis (1976–1979)
- Télé 2 (1979–1988)
- Télé 21 (1988–1993)
- Arte 21 / Sport 21 (1993–1997)
- RTBF la Deux / Eurosport 21 (1997–2002)
- RTBF La Deux (1997–2005)
||La Une, La Trois
||Official site of La Deux
La Deux (The Two) is a Belgian national television channel, owned and operated by RTBF.
- RTbis era
- On 23 September 1976, RTbis went on air until 1979.
- In 1977, RTB had become RTBF but RTbis still on air for another 2 years.
- Télé 2 (RTBF TV2) era
In 1979, RTbis had replaced by Tele 2 (RTBF TV2) and on air until 1988.
- Télé 21 (RTBF TV21) era
- In 1988, Télé 2 (RTBF TV2) had replaced by Télé 21 (RTBF TV21) and on air until 1993.
- Separation of Télé 21 (RTBF TV21)
- In 1993, Télé 21 (RTBF TV21) had separated into two channels and renamed the two channels into Arte 21 and Sport 21 until 1 March 1997.
- New look for RTBF and La Deux era
- On 1 March 1997, Arte 21 was renamed RTBF La Deux and RTBF Eurosport 21.
- The only La Deux era
- In 2003, RTBF La Deux had a new look until 2005.
- La Deux, La Une, La Trois and RTBF Sat era
- In 2005, RTBF had a new look and renamed to La Deux.
- In 2007, La Une, La Deux, La Trois and RTBF Sat are the fout channels from the RTBF.
Journal Télévisé 
- From 1976 to 2008, La Deux aired JT Soir.
- As of 2008, La Deux officially aired Le 12 Minutes presented by Eric Boever, Tanguy Dumortier or Ophelie Fontana every night.
Analogue transmitter coverage 
External links