Television in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Television in Bosnia and Herzegovina was first introduced in 1956.

Public frequency[edit]

National[1][edit]

Channel Notes
BHT 1 Televizija Bosne i Hercegovine is Bosnian national public TV channel operated by Radio and Television of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BHRT). The program has been broadcast since June 1961 from its headquarters in Sarajevo.
RTRS Airs from Banja Luka as public television channel for Republika Srpska entity.
FTV Airs from Sarajevo as television channel for Federacija Bosne i Hercegovine entity.

Private[1][edit]

Channel Notes
Hayat Launched in February 1992. It is a television station from Sarajevo. Along with Alternativna televizija, Hayat TV transmitting part of a joint program called Program Plus.
Alternativna televizija Alternativna televizija (simply ATV) is launched in 1996. It is a television station from Banja Luka. ATV is one of most watched TV channel in Republika Srpska entity of Bosnia & Herzegovina. Along with Hayat TV, ATV transmitting part of a joint program called Program Plus.
OBN Launched in 1996. Headquarters is located in Sarajevo.
Pink BH Launched in May 2003. Regional television station in Bosnia and Herzegovina and is a member of the Pink Media Group which also owns sister television stations in Serbia and Montenegro. It has offices and studios in Sarajevo and Banja Luka. In 2008, the network opened its new headquarters in Sarajevo.
RTV BN The company was founded in 1998 in Bijeljina. BN is one of highest rated TV channel in Republika Srpska entity of Bosnia & Herzegovina and is one of BiH's leading channels. In January 2004, it began running its programs on satellite.
TV 1 Launched in August 2010. It is a television station from Sarajevo. Member of TV1Mreža.

Regional TV stations[edit]

Public (terrestrial)[1][edit]

Channel Notes
RTV BPK RTV Goražde is a public TV channel founded in 1996 by Assembly of Bosnian Podrinje Canton Goražde. It broadcasts from Goražde.
RTV Bugojno Launched in 1993. Broadcasts from Bugojno.
RTV Cazin Launched in 1993. Broadcasts from Cazin.
TVSA Televizija Kantona Sarajevo is a public TV channel founded by Assembly of Sarajevo Canton. Headquarters of TVSA is located in capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo. It was established in 1998 and the program is mainly produced in Bosnian language. It broadcasts in Sarajevo Canton area.
TV Prijedor Launched in 2000. Broadcasts from Prijedor.
TV Rudo Launched in 1993. Broadcasts from Rudo.
RTV TK Radio Televizija Tuzlanskog kantona is a public television channel founded by Assembly of Tuzla Canton. It was launched in 1993. It broadcasts in Tuzla canton area.
RTV USK Radio Televizija Unsko-sanskog kantona is a public television channel founded by Assembly of Una-Sana Canton. Headquarters of RTV USK is located in the City of Bihać. It was launched in 1995. It broadcasts in Una-Sana Canton area.
RTV Visoko Launched in 1994. Broadcasts from Visoko.
RTV Vogošća Launched in March 1996. Broadcasts from Vogošća
RTV Zenica Radio Televizija Zenica is a Bosnian public television channel founded by Assembly of Zenica-Doboj Canton.Headquarters of RTV Zenica is located in the City of Zenica. It was launched in May 1995. It broadcasts in Zenica-Doboj Canton area.
RTV Živinice Launched in May 1992. Broadcasts from Živinice.

Private (terrestrial)[edit]

Channel Notes
Behar TV Launched in May 2008. Broadcasts from Sarajevo.
CNNRS Launched in 2012. Broadcasts from Bosanska Gradiška.
Herceg TV Launched in 2008. Broadcasts from Trebinje.
HTV Oscar C Launched in 1994. Broadcasts from Mostar.
MTV Igman Launched in 1993. Broadcasts from Pazarić (Hadžići).
NTV 101 Launched in May 1998 in Sanski Most. Broadcasts from Sanski Most and Prijedor
NTV Amna Launched in September 1997. Broadcasts from Tešanj.
NTVIC Kakanj Launched in April 1994. Broadcasts from Kakanj.
NTV Jasmin Launched in May 1998. Broadcasts from Vitez.
NTV Arena Launched in 1999. Broadcasts from Bijeljina.
OTV Valentino Broadcasts from Brčko.
RTV Mostar Launched in September 1992. Broadcasts from Mostar.
TV Alfa Broadcasts from Sarajevo.
Televizija Džungla Launched in September 1996. Broadcasts from Doboj.
Televizija Kanal 3 Launched in April 1995. Broadcasts from Prnjavor.
RTV Maglaj Launched in 1992. Broadcasts from Maglaj.
OSM TV Launched in 1993. Broadcasts from Pale.
TV Simić Launched in 1996. Broadcasts from Banja Luka.
RTV Slobomir Launched in 2005. Broadcasts from Slobomir.
RTV Vikom Launched in September 1997. Broadcasts from Bosanska Gradiška.
TV Bel Kanal Launched in 2003. Broadcasts from Banja Luka.
RTV HIT Brčko Launched in 1999. Broadcasts from Brčko.
TV KISS Launched in 1993. Broadcasts from Kiseljak.
TV Slon Extra Launched in December 2005. Broadcasts from Tuzla.

Bosnian cable TV channels[edit]

Public[edit]

Channel Notes
BH Veza Planned in 2014. A joint program of regional public broadcasters (RTV TK, TVSA, RTV USK, RTV BPK and RTV Zenica) headquartered in Tuzla. The program will be broadcast via Turksat satellite services for Bosnian diaspora.
RTV Doboj Broadcasts from Doboj.
RTV Kozarska Dubica Broadcasts from Kozarska Dubica.
RTV 7 Tuzla Launched in July 2012. Broadcasts from Tuzla.
RTV Jablanica Launched in 1999. Broadcasts from Jablanica.
RTV IS Launched in September 2008. Broadcasts from Istočno Sarajevo.
TV Lukavac Broadcasts from Lukavac.

Private[edit]

Channel Notes
Al Jazeera Balkans Launched in 2011. It is a 24-hour international news television station headquartered in Sarajevo. The station broadcasts news analysis and features as well as documentaries, live debates, current affairs, business, technology, and sports. Broadcasts and in HD.
Art INFO Broadcasts from Fojnica and Kiseljak.
BDC Televizija Launched in 2009. Broadcasts from Brčko.
BN Music Broadcasts from Bijeljina.
Cinema TV Launched in August 2013. Broadcasts from Sarajevo.
Druga TV Launched in August 2012. Broadcasts from Tuzla.
ELTA 1 HD Launched in 2011. Broadcasts from Banja Luka in HD.
ELTA 2 Second channel of ELTA-KABEL. Broadcasts from Tuzla
Face TV Launched in January 2012. Broadcasts from Sarajevo in HD.
Hayat Music Hayat Music TV is a music television channel from Hayat TV launched in February 2012. Broadcasts from Vogošća (Sarajevo).
Hayat Folk Hayat Folk TV is specialized music television channel from Hayat TV launched in February 2012.The most represented musically genre is sevdah (traditional Sevdalinka songs).
Hayat Plus Launched in 2002 as Hayat TV satellite services for Bosnian diaspora. Broadcasts from Vogošća (Sarajevo).
HTV Oscar 2 Broadcasts from Mostar.
IN Televizija Launched in 2008. Broadcasts from Bijeljina.
Info + Launched in 2004. Broadcasts from Bosanska Gradiška.
Inicijativa TV Launched in 2012. Broadcasts from Tuzla.
Kanal 1 Launched in November 2012. Broadcasts from Sarajevo.
Kanal 6 Launched in September 2013. Broadcasts from Travnik in HD..
KG-1 Broadcasts from Goražde.
KTV Zavidovići Broadcasts from Zavidovići.
NTV Jata Broadcasts from Srebrenik.
NTV Patria Broadcasts from Doboj.
OTV Valentino Broadcasts from Brčko.
Posavina TV Launched in 2009. Broadcasts from Orašje.
RA-TV Broadcasts from Jelah.
Smart TV Broadcasts from Tešanj.
BN Televizija Launched in May 1998. Broadcasts from Bijeljina.
Hema TV Launched in 2008. Broadcasts from Sarajevo.
Mreža TV Launched in February 2011. Broadcasts from Sarajevo a joint program with other TV stations in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
TV Slon Info Broadcasts from Tuzla.
VIK Televizija Broadcasts from Vlasenica.
TV Vi-net Broadcasts from Visoko.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Regulatorna agencija za komunikacije BiH (12 February 2014). "Korisnici dozvola za radijsko i televizijsko emitovanje". Sarajevo: Communications Regulatory Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Retrieved 16 February 2014.