TV2000

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TV2000
Launched 1998 (as SAT2000)
Owned by Italian Episcopal Conference
Picture format 16:9 SDTV
Audience share 0.75% (May 2014, [1])
Slogan La tv che ti accende
Country Italy
Language Italian
Broadcast area Europe
Headquarters Rome, Italy
Formerly called SAT2000 (1998-2009)
Website tv2000.it
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital
Italy
via TV Syndication
Digital
Italy
LCN 28, Where available
Satellite
Hot Bird 13B
Europe
12034 V and 12341 V / 27500 / 5/6 (SD / encrypted)
Sky Italia
Italy
Channel 140 (SD)
Tivù Sat
Italy
Channel 18 (SD)
Cable
MC Cable
Monaco
Channel 223
Melita
Malta
Channel 251
IPTV
Alice Home TV
Italy
Channel 801
Streaming media
Windows Media [1]

TV2000 is an Italy-based broadcasting network that carries Roman Catholic-themed programming, available on digital terrestrial television in Italy and owned by the Italian Episcopal Conference.

Launched as Sat 2000 in 1998 and so renamed in 2009,[2] it is broadcast in Italy on DTT channel 28 on mux Rai 2.

Programming[edit]

Religious programs[edit]

Other programs[edit]

  • Actuality programs like Nel cuore dei giorni
  • Information like TG2000
  • Educational and inspirational programming such as documentaries from National Geographic Society
  • Television series such as Don Matteo from RAI
  • Talk shows such as Romanzo familiare
  • Classical music concerts
  • Current affairs programming

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