TV4 (Poland)

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TV4
TV4Polska.png
Launched 1 April 2000
Owned by Cyfrowy Polsat
Picture format 16:9/4:3 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Audience share 3.27% (2015, Nielsen[1])
Country Poland
Sister channel(s) TV6
Website www.tv4.pl (Polish)
Availability
Terrestrial
Polish Digital MUX 2 (SD)
Satellite
Cyfrowy Polsat Channel 2, Channel 154 (HD)
Channel 501 (SD)
nc+ Channel 8 (HD)
Orange TV Channel 8 (HD)
Cable
UPC Poland Channel 4 (HD)
Vectra Channel 108 (SD)

TV 4 is a private Polish TV station.

TV 4 was created through the amalgamation of the stations Nasza TV and Polsat 2 and started broadcasting on 1 April 2000. The station belonged to company Polskie Media. Polskie Media was a subsidiary of Polsat Group. In August 2013 Polskie Media was acquired by Polsat Group, and from 2014 Polsat Group is a direct broadcaster of TV4.

Programmes[edit]

In TV4 schedule includes films, series, entertainment, documentaries and sports (also broadcast on Polsat Sport).

Foreign series[edit]

Children's programming[edit]

Latin American telenovelas[edit]

Magazines/talk shows[edit]

  • Mała czarna - talk show hosted by Katarzyna Montgomery
  • Galileo - popular science program
  • Galileo Extra - popular science program
  • Dekoratornia - interior design magazine
  • Happy Hour - infotainment magazine
  • V Max - automotive program
  • Kinomaniak - movie magazine

Entertainment[edit]

Sports[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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