ATV (Turkey)

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Atv logosu.png
Launched September 9, 1993
Owned by Sabah Group (1993–2002)
Ciner Group (2002–2007)
TMSF (2007)
Çalık Holding (2007–2012)
Kalyon Group (2013–present)
Picture format 16:9 (SDTV, HDTV)
Audience share 6.711% (August 2015, [1])
Slogan Dizi ATV'de izlenir (Soap opera is watched on ATV)
Country Turkey
Language Turkish
Headquarters Istanbul, Turkey
Sister channel(s) A2
A Haber
A News
A Spor
Website ATV official website
Normal Antenna All in Turkey
Digiturk Channel 25
Channel 325 (HD)
Türksat 4A 11791 H 16000 5/6 (SD)
11896 H 11200 2/3 (HD)
Ziggo (Netherlands) Channel 777

ATV (stylized as atv) is a nationwide TV channel in Turkey, began broadcasting in September 1993. ATV is an acronym of Actual Television (Aktüel Televizyonu). As of August 2013, ATV is Turkey's 5th popular channel with a market share of 6.71%.[1]

ATV was founded by Dinç Bilgin, who is the original owner of the channel. The channel changed its ownership to Ciner Medya Grubu in 2002, and Tasarruf Mevduatı Sigorta Fonu in 2007. ATV was owned by Çalık Holding's Turkuvaz Media Group, but in 2013, the ownership changed again to Kalyon Group.[citation needed]


News programming[edit]

  • atv Ana Haber
  • Hafta Sonu Haber
  • Kahvaltı Haberleri

Magazine entertainment[edit]

  • Müge Anlı İle Tatlı Sert
  • Esra Erol'da Evlen Benimle
  • Kültür Aşı

TV series[edit]

Quiz shows[edit]

Talk shows[edit]

  • Hakan Bey


  1. ^ a b "15 Ağustos 2015 TV Verileri". Connected VivaKi. Retrieved August 15, 2015. 

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