NME TV

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NME TV
NME TV 2010 logo.png
Launched22 November 2007
Closed5 January 2012
Owned byCSC Media Group
Picture format16:9, 576i (SDTV)
Audience share0.0% (May 2012, BARB)
ReplacedMinX
Replaced byChart Show TV +1 (now BuzMuzik)
Sister channel(s)Bliss
Chart Show TV
Dance Nation TV
Flava
Kix!
Pop
Pop Girl
Scuzz
Tiny Pop
True Entertainment
True Movies 1
True Movies 2
The Vault
Availability
(at time of closure)
Satellite
SkyChannel 382
FreesatChannel 516
Eutelsat 28A11307V 27500 2/3

NME TV was a British music television channel owned and operated by CSC Media Group (formerly Chart Show Channels). This was a similar arrangement to its radio station, NME Radio, which is operated by Town and Country Broadcasting. The channel replaced Minx on 22 November 2007. NME TV launched at 6.00am that day with "Up the Bracket" by The Libertines being the first video to be played on the channel.

On 3 November 2010, NME TV was replaced with Scuzz on Freesat channel 503.[1] On 1 February 2011, NME TV relaunched on Freesat on channel 516.

NME TV closed on 5 January 2012 and was replaced with Chart Show TV +1,[2] with "No Good (Start the Dance)" by The Prodigy being the final music video to be played on the channel. Chart Show TV +1 acted as a placeholder until the launch of BuzMuzik in May 2012.

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  1. ^ "Update Scan – 03/11/10". Join Freesat. 18 August 2010.
  2. ^ "NME TV to close". Join Freesat. 14 December 2011.

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