Kanal D

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Kanal D
Kanal D.png
Launched 16 September 1993
Owned by Ayhan Şahenk's Doğuş Media Group (1993-1994)
Aydın Doğan's Doğan Media Group (1994-present)
Picture format 16:9 (SDTV)
HDTV
Slogan Türkiye'nin kanalı
Country Turkey
Romania
Germany
Language Turkish
Romanian
German
Broadcast area
Sister channel(s)
Website www.kanald.com.tr
Availability
Terrestrial
Normal antenna All in Turkey
Satellite
Turksat 4A 11977 H 27500 5/6 (SD)
Turksat 3A 10970 V 30000 3/4 (HD)
AzerSpace1 11015 H 30000 5/6
Eutelsat 7A 10887 H 30000 5/6
Eutelsat 7A 11575 V 30000 3/4
D-Smart Channel 22 (SD/HD)
Digiturk (Bulgaria) Channel 24 (SD)
Cable
Teledünya Channel 25 (SD)
Turksat Cable TV S 9
Ziggo (Netherlands) Channel 771
Satellite radio
Turksat 2A 11804 V 24444 5/6
IPTV
Tivibu Channel 23 (SD)
Streaming media
kanald.com.tr Watch (Free)
netd.com Watch HD (Free)

Kanal D (means Channel D) is a nation-wide television channel in Turkey and part of Doğan Media Group which is owned by the Turkish media tycoon Aydın Doğan.

Kanal D also runs an international channel, Euro D which is available online.

Kanal D has the first high definition channel in Turkey, Kanal D HD.

On 18 February 2007, Kanal D has launched in Romania a television channel under the same name.

The text 'KANAL D' is not displayed in its Turkish broadcast.

Kanal D is broadcast via satellite to 27 countries.

Currently airing programs[edit]

Currently airing[edit]

Other currently airing programs[edit]

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Euro D[edit]

Euro D
Launched 1 March 1996
Owned by Doğan Media İnternational GmbH
Picture format 16:9
Slogan Avrupalı Türkler'in Kanalı
Country Turkey
Germany
Language Turkish
German
Broadcast area
Formerly called Kanal D Fun
Sister channel(s) Kanal D, CNN Türk
Availability
Satellite
Turksat 2A 11804 V 24444 5/6
DFH Network Channel 3

The channel Euro D is aimed at European countries with significant populations of Turkish origin, such as Germany.

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