Polsat 2

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Polsat 2
Logo Polsat 2.jpeg
Launched1 March 1997; 22 years ago (1997-03-01)
NetworkCyfrowy Polsat
Owned byTelewizja Polsat
Picture format576i (16:9 SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Audience share0.06% (2019, Nielsen[1])
Broadcast areaPoland
HeadquartersWarsaw, Poland
Formerly calledPolsat 2 International
Sister channel(s)Polsat
Polsat 1
Polsat News
Polsat News 2
Polsat Sport
Polsat Sport Extra
Polsat Sport News
Polsat Sport Fight
Polsat Café
Polsat Doku
Polsat Film
Polsat Music
Polsat Play
Polsat Romans
Polsat JimJam
Cyfrowy Polsat (Poland)Channel 6, Channel 166
NC+ (Poland)Channel 10
UPC PolskaChannel 150
Multimedia PolskaChannel 17
Netia (Poland)Channel 24
Toya (Poland)Channel 630
Vectra (Poland)Channel 107

Polsat 2 is a general-interest channel that launched on 1 March 1997 and is owned by Polsat Group. It is aimed at Polish viewers who live abroad and features the best programming from Polsat and its various other channels. Programming includes news, entertainment, talk shows, top-rated comedies, documentaries, sports and much more.

Polsat 2 International is available via satellite in North America and operates on a 24hr schedule.


Starting 1 October 2015, the station started broadcasting in HDTV quality.

On 18 December 2015, Polsat 2 was replaced by Polsat 1 abroad and Polsat 2 remained available for viewers in Poland.[2][3]

Since 4 November 2016 Polsat 2 broadcasts Polish and foreign fiction film on weekends.[4]

From 28 October 2016 the station is available via satellite in HDTV quality only.

On 2 October 2017, the station planned to change the logotype and graphic design of the station.


  1. ^ "TVP1 i Polsat liderem rynku telewizyjnego, TVP Info z największym wzrostem w czołówce (top 100 za 2015 rok)". wirtualnemedia.pl. 2 January 2016.
  2. ^ Kanał Polsat 1 ruszy dopiero w grudniu.
  3. ^ Polsat 1 wystartuje 18 grudnia.
  4. ^ Filmy fabularne od listopada 2016 w Polsacie 2 - cyfrowypolsatnews

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