TV3 (Norway)

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TV3 Norway
TV3 Norway logo 2016.png
Launched1990
Owned byNordic Entertainment Group
CountryUnited Kingdom
Broadcast areaNorway
Sister channel(s)Viasat 4
TV6
Websitehttp://www.tv3.no
Availability
Terrestrial
RiksTVChannel 5
Satellite
Canal DigitalChannel 10
Cable
Canal DigitalChannel 10
GetChannel 596
IPTV
Digital NetworkVHF 62

TV3 Norway is a commercial television channel targeting Norway owned by Viasat, which is a part of the Swedish media group Modern Times Group. It was separated from the earlier Pan-Scandinavian version in 1990.[1]

Unlike its main rivals, NRK, TV 2 and TVNorge, the channel does not broadcast from Norway but from West Drayton, Middlesex in the United Kingdom, even if the channel is almost solely aimed at Norwegian viewers. This excludes the channel from the strict rules in Norway that apply to advertising (ban on advertisements aimed at children or interrupting programs). Also unlike the other main channels, it wasn't available on analogue terrestrial, having to rely on satellite and cable television for its distribution. With the launch of digital terrestrial television in October 2007, the channel became available terrestrially.

On 3 August 2009 TV3 launched a new visual identity and a new logo. The new visual identity mostly uses purple colour. The identity had rolled out to Denmark and Hungary, as TV3 Norway was the first to use it.[2]

On 1 August 2011 TV3 launched a new visual identity and a new logo, which used mostly yellow colour.

Programming[edit]

Sports[edit]

TV3 had sports on their schedule before they moved all their sports programming to their sister channel Viasat4.[3]

Former sports programs[edit]

Logos[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TV 3" (in Danish). Store danske encyklopædi. Retrieved 15 October 2018.
  2. ^ "TV3 i ny drakt". Kampanje. August 3, 2009.
  3. ^ "Derfor kan du gå glipp av Champions League". HegnarOnline. Retrieved 15 June 2009.

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