Hayat TV (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

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Hayat TV
TypeBroadcast Television Network
Country
AvailabilityWorldwide Exclusively on BosnaTV IPTV
Launch date
24 February 1992
Official website
Hayat TV website

Hayat TV is a television station from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The word, "Hayat", means "life" in Arabic.

It is a privately owned TV station, which started airing on 24 February 1992. Its coverage is over 1.5 million people in Bosnia, numerous cable subscribers in the neighbouring countries, and satellite viewers. In the beginning of 2009 Hayat TV opened its new headquarters in Vogošća, suburb of Sarajevo.

Hayat now consists of a "Hayat" channel for the Bosnia region and also a Hayat Plus channel for its diaspora. In early 2012 the channel opened two new music channels, Hayat Folk to cater for Bosnian folk music, and Hayat Music to cater for 50% English music, and 50% local pop music. Hayat Music became the first channel in Bosnia to be transmitted in widescreen, 16:9 ratio. In 2014, Hayat opened first Bosnian channel for kids named Hayatovci. Hayat's logo bears resemblance to American TV network NBC's distinct peacock logo. Hayat, along with ATV, 2011. founded Program Plus, part of the joint program that two televisions.

All 5 Hayat's channels transmits in Europe through EutelSat16 satellite and various cable operators. The station also broadcasts all 5 of its channels worldwide exclusively on the BosnaTV IPTV platform - Hayat, Hayat Plus, Hayat Folk, Hayat Music and Hayatovci.

Availability in Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit]

Mapapokrivenostihayattv.jpg

yellow: cable and iptv systems;

orange: terrestrial

Programmes[edit]

A Hayat TV reporter outside the burning Government Building of Tuzla Canton

Telenovelas / Series since September, 2018[edit]

Original name Bosnian translation Origin
Kara Sevda Beskrajna ljubav Turkey
İstanbullu Gelin Snaha
Diriliş: Ertuğrul Ertugrul
Kaderimin Yazıldığı Gün Sudbina
Prava žena Prava žena Croatia
Sumnjiva lica Sumnjiva lica Serbia

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