TV2000

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TV2000
Launched 1998 (as SAT2000)
Owned by Italian Episcopal Conference
Picture format 4:3 SDTV
Audience share 0.75% (May 2014, [1])
Slogan La tv che ti accende
Country Italy
Language Italian
Broadcast area Europe
Headquarters Rome, Italy
Formerly called SAT2000 (1998-2009)
Website tv2000.it
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital
Italy
via TV Syndication
Digital
Italy
LCN 28, Where available
Satellite
Hot Bird 8
Europe
3309 / 27500 / 2/2 I
Sky Italia
Italy
Channel 142
Cable
MC Cable
Monaco
Channel 223
Melita
Malta
Channel 251
IPTV
Alice Home TV
Italy
Channel 801
Streaming media
Windows Media [1]

TV2000 is an Italy-based broadcasting network that carries Roman Catholic-themed programming, available on digital terrestrial television in Italy and owned by the Italian Episcopal Conference.

Launched as Sat 2000 in 1998 and so renamed in 2009,[2] it is broadcast in Italy on DTT channel 28 on mux Rai 2.

Programming[edit]

Religious programs[edit]

Other programs[edit]

  • Actuality programs like Nel cuore dei giorni
  • information like TG2000,
  • educational and inspirational programming like documentaries from National Geographic Society,
  • television series like Don Matteo from RAI,
  • talk show like Romanzo familiare,
  • classical music concerts,
  • current affairs programs.

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