TV Fooor

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Launched 25 February 2013
Closed 31 December 2013
Owned by Central European Media Enterprises
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Country Slovakia
Language Slovak
Broadcast area Slovakia
Headquarters Záhorská Bystrica, Bratislava
Sister channel(s) Markíza, TV Doma, TV Dajto

Fooor was the first niche channel aimed at comedy programs in Slovakia. The channel, which was launched on 25 February 2013, was owned by Central European Media Enterprises and had a reach of approximately 90% of the country's 5.4 million people. It was broadcasting 24 hours per day by the time it closed.

Fooor showcased top foreign comedy series, sitcoms, shows and movies targeted at young viewers. This includes CME's own regionally produced programs, highly rated European and American series, shows and sitcoms as well as a la mode American or European movies.

The channel extended its programming including highly rated foreign titles as well as gradually delivered locally produced content relevant to its audience.

Fooor ceased to broadcast on 31 December 2013 (New Year's Eve). Several of the comedy serials that were shown on Fooor have been moved to its sister channels Dajto and Doma.

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