Dolce (satellite television)

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Dolce (satellite television)
Industry Telecommunication
Founded 2006
Headquarters Bucharest, Romania
Products Direct broadcast satellite
Parent Telekom Romania
Slogan Total Digital Television

Dolce is a DTH platform of Telekom Romania, a Romanian telephony and Internet provider. It operates on the satellite: 39°E, Hellas Sat 2. As of 2008, Dolce has more than 9 million customers.[1]

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Dolce Sport is a sports television that was launched on 28 July 2010,[2] available only in the Dolce and the NextGen networks. It is also broadcast in high definition and has a secondary channel called Dolce Sport 2.[3] It has been broadcasting, among other competitions, matches from the European Championship,[4] UEFA Champions League (until 2018),[2][5] UEFA Europa League (until 2018) [5] Liga I (until 2016)[6] Premier League, Ukrainian Premier League, Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal, Turkish Super Cup (in year 2015), Formula One (since the 2014 season).,[7] GP2, GP3, ATP World Tour 500 series, NBA (until 2016) [8]


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