Kanal 5 (Macedonia)
|Owned by||SBS Broadcasting Group
|Picture format||4:3 (576i, SDTV)|
|Slogan||Sekogaš so vas i za vas
(Always with you and for you)
|Sister channel(s)||Kanal 5 plus
Kanal 5 HD
|Boom TV||Channel 005|
|Total TV||Channel 004|
|Available on most cable operators||Check local cable operators for availability|
|Max TV||Channel 003|
|WebMax TV||Watch Live (MKD) Only|
|OnNet||Watch Live (MKD) Only|
Kanal 5 (Macedonian: Канал 5) is a national, privately owned, television channel in the Republic of Macedonia. It was founded in its current form in 1998. The network's main office is in Skopje, and also has smaller studios in other bigger cities all around the Republic of Macedonia.
The network began broadcasting to the coverage area of Skopje with fifty employees before expanding reach to the rest of the country. Kanal 5 has publicly had a strong aim of being a part of every Macedonian household. Kanal 5 TV (Channel 5 TV) currently has an audience reach of 96% of the Macedonian population. However, its new "sister" channel Kanal 5 plus currently has an audience reach of 76% of the Macedonian population.
From August 2009 until June 2012, Kanal 5 TV is the exclusive Macedonian broadcaster of all football matches from the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League and UEFA Super Cup.
In May 2010, Kanal 5 started its own HD programme, called "Kanal 5 HD", on the national IPTV operator, T-Home's Max TV.
Канал 5 Вести (Kanal 5 News) is the stations news division. The evening news bulletins are presented by Tatjana Stojanovska, Ljubica Janevska or Borislav Tnokovski. Morning & afternoon news bulletins are presented by Dragi Pavlevski or Biljana Debarlieva. The networks Chief News Editor is Lidija Bogatinova.
Kanal 5 shows
Foreign TV Shows
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