SBS TV

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SBS TV
SBS TV 로고.png
Launched9 December 1991
NetworkSeoul Broadcasting System
Owned bySeoul Broadcasting System
Picture format2160p (UHDTV)
(downscaled to 1080i 16:9 for the HDTV feeds respectively)
SloganTogether, we make delight.
CountrySouth Korea
LanguageKorean
Broadcast areaSouth Korea and Worldwide
Headquarters161, Mokdongseo-ro, Yangcheon District, Seoul
Websitetv.sbs.co.kr
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital terrestrial televisionChannel 6.1 (HD)
Satellite
SkyLifeChannel 5 (HD)
Cable
Available on most cable systemsChannel slots may vary on each operator
IPTV
B TVChannel 5 (HD)
U+ TVChannel 5 (HD)
Olleh TVChannel 5 (HD)
Streaming media
SBS PlayWatch live
(Korea region only)

SBS TV is a South Korean free-to-air television channel operated by Seoul Broadcasting System. The channel was launched on 9 December 1991.

Programming[edit]

SBS Network[edit]

Channel Corporate Name Broadcast Region Since
SBS SBS Seoul Capital Area March 20, 1991
KNN KNN Busan and South Gyeongsang May 14, 1995
TBC TBC Daegu and North Gyeongsang May 14, 1995
kbc Kwangju Broadcasting Corporation Gwangju and South Jeolla May 14, 1995
TJB Taejon Broadcasting Daejeon, Sejong and South Chungcheong May 14, 1995
ubc Ulsan Broadcasting Corporation Ulsan September 1, 1997
JTV Jeonju Television North Jeolla September 17, 1997
CJB Cheongju Broadcasting North Chungcheong October 18, 1997[1]
G1 G1 Gangwon December 15, 2001
JIBS Jeju Free International City Broadcasting System Jeju Island May 31, 2002

Time Check Sponsor[edit]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ CJB

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