TV Puls

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TV Puls
TV Puls logo.jpg
  • December 1995 (as TV Niepokalanów)
  • 18 March 2001 (as TV Puls)
  • (hiatus from 1 April–24 June 2003)
  • 25 June 2003 (as TV Niepokalanów Puls)
  • 6 December 2003 (as TV Puls)
Owned byTelewizja Puls
Picture format16:9/4:3 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Audience share4.09% (2019, Nielsen[1])
SloganWięcej niż rozrywka (More than entertainment)
Formerly called
  • TV Niepokalanów (December 1995–2001)
  • TV Niepokalanów Puls (June–December 2003)
Sister channel(s)Puls 2 (in Polish)
Polish DigitalMUX 2 (SD) (Channel 7)
Cyfrowy PolsatChannel 157 (HD)
NC+Channel 20 (HD)
Orange TVChannel 16 (SD)
UPC PolandChannel 8 (HD)
  • Channel 109 (SD)
  • Channel 119 (HD)

TV Puls is a Polish commercial television channel, which was based on Telewizja Niepokalanów with the support of companies such as PKN Orlen, KGHM Polska Miedź, PZU Życie, Prokom and which started broadcasting in March 2001. Due to financial problems, it ended broadcasting on 1 April 2003. With the help of the private company Antena 1 and of the owner of Polsat, Zygmunt Solorz-Żak, TV Puls resumed broadcasting in June 2003. Until recently,[when?] the station's programming was largely devoted to Catholic issues, as the majority of the company's stock was owned by the Franciscan Order.

In 2006 News Corporation acquired 35% of the stock and began a major overhaul of the programming. On 28 October 2007, the channel were revised with a new logo and a more mainstream target group, as well as it starts to broadcast a new information program: Puls Raport. However, on 16 July 2008, it was decided to remove the program from the schedule, and the reason for this decision was the poor audience share results and the excessively high costs of production. Later on 3 November 2008, it was announced that News Corporation has sold its 35% stake to the remaining shareholders.[2]

The channel develops. It gives many entertainment programs, series and documentaries. TV Puls in June 2010 received a license to broadcast channel for children and young people Puls 2 (launched on 19 July 2012).



  • Taki jest świat (the weekly magazine with information from the world, own production)


Polish series[edit]

Production of TVN:

Documentary series[edit]

Own production[edit]

Animated series[edit]

Game show[edit]

Previous programs[edit]


  • Wydarzenia TV Puls (2001–2002)
  • Serwis Pulsu (2002–2003)
  • Puls Raport (2007–2008)
  • Wydarzenia dnia (2008–2009)

Game shows[edit]

Reality shows[edit]

Foreign series[edit]

Documentary series[edit]

Lifestyle programs[edit]

Own production[edit]

  • Menu na miarę - culinary program, led by Olga Głębicka
  • No problem! - magazine with tips for women, led by Erin Murphy

Talk shows[edit]


Own production[edit]

  • Stare dranie - a hidden camera with older people, hosted by Andrzej Grabowski
  • Kręcimy z gwiazdami - hosted by Ewelina Kopic
  • Hi Hi TV
  • Dziewczyny na ekran


  1. ^ "TVP1 i Polsat liderem rynku telewizyjnego, TVP Info z największym wzrostem w czołówce (top 100 za 2019 rok)". 1 February 2016.
  2. ^ "Update 2-News Corp sells stake in Polish broadcaster Puls". Reuters. 3 November 2008.

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