Nelonen Pro 1

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Nelonen Pro 1
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Old logo
Launched 1 February 2010 as Nelonen Sport Pro
Owned by Viasat
Nelonen Media
Audience share 0.2% (2010, [1])
Country Finland
Formerly called Nelonen Sport Pro
(February 2010 - December 2010)
Replaced Urheilu+Kanava
(June 2007 - February 2010)
Sister channel(s) Nelonen
Nelonen HD
Nelonen Prime
Nelonen Nappula
Nelonen Maailma
JIM
Liv
Nelonen Pro 2
Website www.nelonenpro.fi
Availability
Terrestrial
DNA 59 (Pro 1 HD)
60 (Pro 2 HD)
Cable
Elisa Channel 225
DNA Channel 126
Welho Channel 126

Nelonen Pro is a package of Finnish sports-oriented television channels owned and operated by Nelonen.

The story of the channel originally goes all the way back to the launch of digital terrestrial television in 27 August 2001, when among the first DTT channels the free-to-air sports channel Urheilukanava was launched. Its sister channel Urheilu+kanava was launched in June 2007 as part of the PlusTV package. It broadcast as an encrypted pay channel, as opposed to its parent channel, which was free-to-air. Urheilu+kanava was replaced by Nelonen Sport Pro in February 2010 and Urheilukanava became Nelonen Sport at the same time. Nelonen Sport Pro was renamed to Nelonen Pro 1 and Nelonen Sport to Nelonen Pro 2 in January 2011. In February Pro 2 was encrypted.

Current programming[edit]

Ice hockey[edit]

Soccer[edit]

Golf[edit]

Other sports[edit]

Former programming[edit]

When the channel started out as Urheilu+kanava, they showed sports such as NASCAR, Campeonato Brasileiro, Campeonato Paulista (first time these sports were shown live in Finnish television), Spanish La Liga, Copa del Rey, German Bundesliga, Italian Serie A, DFB-Pokal, DFB-Ligapokal, Major League Soccer, NBA, WNBA, Nordic Trophy and the Swatch FIVB World Tour of beach volley. It also had its own news service, Urheilu+Studio, which was similar to Nelonen Sport's Studio, but ran from 1 hour to 2,5 hours from Tuesdays to Fridays.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sandell, Lena (2011-02-01). "Television viewing in Finland 2010". Finnpanel. Retrieved 30 July 2011. 

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