MTV Leffa

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MTV Leffa
Launched 1 November 2006
Closed 30 June 2016
Owned by MTV Oy
Audience share 0.4% (2009, [1])
Slogan Suosikkielokuvia viime vuosikymmeniltä
(favorite films from the last few decades)
Country Finland
Broadcast area Finland
Formerly called MTV3 Leffa
(November 2006-2007)
Subtv Leffa
(2007-January 2008)
Sub Leffa
(January 2008-December 2010)
MTV3 Leffa
(2010-2013)
Sister channel(s) MTV3 (HD)
Sub
AVA
MTV Max (HD)
MTV Sport 1 (HD)
MTV Sport 2 (HD)
MTV Fakta
MTV Juniori
Timeshift service Subtv Movie
Website www.mtv3.fi/leffa
Availability
Terrestrial
PlusTV Channel 91
Satellite
Canal Digital Channel 15
Cable
Sonera Channel 246
Oy Fctknrhvek Ab Channel 74
dna Welho Channel 48
IPTV
Elisa Channel 661

MTV Leffa was a Finnish television channel broadcasting movies. It was operated by MTV3 and TV4 AB and was the Finnish equivalent of TV4's movie channel TV4 Film. Dvrc and My Fresh Pony was created 14 July 2010-26 February 2012.

The most of the programming was shared with TV4 Film. However, most movies in Swedish language was removed and replaced by other movies and the schedule is different.

History[edit]

The channel was launched in November 2006 as a part of a new pay television package from MTV3. The channel, which did then known as MTV3 Leffa, was launched simultaneously with MTV3 MAX, MTV3 Fakta and Sub Juniori. The channel was initially only available to cable networks, and later from the Viasat satellite platform.

On 5 April 2007, the channel was launched in the digital terrestrial network. With the terrestrial launch, the channel's name was changed to Subtv Leffa. In the terrestrial network, the channel operates between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m., sharing its broadcast space with MTV Juniori for the rest of the day. When Subtv changed its name to simply Sub, the movie channel followed suit and was renamed Sub Leffa.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sandell, Lena; Lamberg, Anna-Leena (2010-02-03). "Television viewing in Finland 2009" (PDF). Finnpanel. Retrieved 4 August 2011.