Pink BH

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Pink BH
Type Broadcast Television Network
Country Bosnia and Herzegovina
Availability Terrestrial 80% of BiH Worldwide via Satellite
Owner Pink International Company
Key people
Mišo Dobrić (general director)
Lajla Torlak (editor-in-chief)
Launch date
May 2003
Official website
www.pink.co.ba

Pink BH is a regional television station in Bosnia and Herzegovina and is a member of the Pink Media Group which also owns sister television stations in Serbia (RTV Pink) and Montenegro (Pink M). Pink BH's main headquarters is in Sarajevo.

The station began operations in May 2003 with a limited geographic reach. Pink BH received its broadcast license for a ten-year period from the BiH Communications Regulatory Agency on 15 July 2005. Pink BH's current reach is 75 percent of the country, covering some 63 percent of the population. Pink BH has offices and studios in Sarajevo and Banja Luka. On June 24, 2008, the network opened its new headquarters in the Sarajevo neighbourhood of Alipašino polje.[1]

TV Pink BH is the leading television station countrywide, beating out other privately owned commercial stations and the public television stations. It is the only television station that has managed to cultivate audiences in the two administrative entities (the Federation of BiH and Republika Srpska), and among all three major ethnic groups.

In April 2010, it was reported that Pink BH downsized a large portion of its staff. Out of 163 employees, 57 got laid off on this occasion. The network's management said the decision had been made due to the station's decreasing revenue that went down 50% since 2008.[2] Similarly, the once most watched station's viewership decreased in this period.[3]

Entertainment[edit]

Series currently broadcast[edit]

Original name Bosnian translation Origin
Balika Vadhu Mala nevjesta India
Küçük Gelin Zehra Turkey

Telenovelas currently broadcast[edit]

La que no podía amar Žena koja nije mogla da voli Mexico

Previously aired telenovelas[edit]

Original name Bosnian translation Origin
Una Maid en Manhattan Sobarica i senator United States
Mariana & Scarlett Marijana i Skarlet Columbia
La tempestad Oluja Mexico
Teresa Tereza Mexico
Los Herederos Del Monte Nasljednici Colombia, United States
Mi Corazón Insiste… en Lola Volcán Moje srce kuca za Lolu United States
La fuerza del destino Tajna ljubav Mexico
Cuando me enamoro Sestre Mexico
La reina del sur Kraljica juga United States
Triunfo del Amor Trijumf ljubavi Mexico
El Clon Zabranjena ljubav Colombia, United States
Mar de amor More ljubavi Mexico
Bella Calamidades Lola Colombia
Soy tu dueña Valentina Mexico
Daniela Danijela United States
Corazón partido Slomljeno srce Mexico
Mi pecado Grešne duše Mexico
El Rostro de Analia Anali United States
Mañana es para siempre Ljubav je vječna Mexico
Sortilegio Magična privlačnost Mexico
Cuidado con el ángel Napušteni anđeo Mexico
Rubí Rubi Mexico
Juro que te amo Zauvijek zaljubljeni Mexico
La Traición Izdaja Colombia, United States
Fuego en la sangre Vrela krv Mexico
Al Diablo con los Guapos Prokleta ljepota Mexico, United States
Zakon ljubavi Zakon ljubavi Croatia
Zorro: La Espada y la Rosa Zoro Colombia, United States
Tormenta en el Paraiso Oluja Mexico
Pasion Strasti Mexico
Ponos Ratkajevih Ponos Ratkajevih Croatia
Marina Marina Mexico, United Staetes
Ljubav i mržnja Ljubav i mržnja Serbia
Destilando Amor Opijeni ljubavlju Mexico
Mundo de Fieras Beštije Mexico
Obicni ljudi Obicni ljudi Croatia
Heridas de Amor Slomljeno srce Mexico
La Tormenta Oluja strasti Colombia, United States
Peregrina Peregrina Mexico, United States
Ljubav u zaleđu Ljubav u zaleđu Croatia
Alborada Alborada Mexico
La Esposa Virgen Virhinija Mexico
Contra Viento y Marea Uprkos svemu Mexico
La Madrastra Maćeha Mexico
Inocente de ti Nevina Mexico, United States
Villa Maria Villa Maria Croatia
Apuesta por un Amor Ljubav je kocka Mexico
Mujer de Madera Srce u plamenu Mexico
Prisionera Zatočenica ljubavi Colombia, United States
Rubí Rubi Mexico
Sofía dame Tiempo Sofija Colombia, United States
Mariana de la noche Marijana Mexico

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