ETB Sat

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ETB SAT
ETBSat Spain.svg
LaunchedMarch 2001
NetworkETB
Owned byEiTB
CountrySpain and France
LanguageBasque, Spanish and French
Broadcast areaWorldwide
HeadquartersBilbao, Basque Country
Sister channel(s)ETB 1
ETB 2
ETB 3
ETB 4
Canal Vasco
Websiteeitb.eus/en
Availability
Cable
ONODial 995
RDial 84
IPTV
Movistar+Dial 154
Streaming media
eitb.eusLive streaming

ETB Sat is the television channel that the Euskal Irrati Telebista group broadcasts worldwide.

This channel aims to bring television and Basque culture to Basques and others worldwide. Its programming is based primarily on self-produced content from the domestic flagship channels ETB 1 and ETB 2. The programming is offered in Spanish, Basque and French. On 1 May 2013, the channel decided to cease broadcasting on Astra satellite in Europe, focusing its availability on CATV operators and the online live streaming.[1]

Canal Vasco ("Basque channel" in Spanish) is the name used to broadcast its contents via satellite and CATV operators in the Americas.

Programming[edit]

  • Teleberri – News in Spanish language
  • Gaur Egun – News in Basque language
  • Lazkao Txiki – Cartoons
  • Dokugune – Talk show
  • EiTB Kultura – Cultural
  • Exclusivas ETB – News reports
  • Surf in` Euskadi – Surfing
  • Objetivo Euskadi – Reports of actuality[clarification needed]
  • La Noche de... – Film program
  • Vaya Semanita – Comedy show
  • Basxtrem – Contest
  • Chiloè
  • Mihiluze – Word game in Basque

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Señal ETB Sat Europa | Sustitución por internet y televisión por cable". eitb.eus. Retrieved 22 January 2017.

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