The Voice (Bulgaria)

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The Voice TV Bulgaria
ТheVoiceTV-logo.png
Launched16 November 2003 (as Veselina TV)
10 November 2006 (as The Voice)
2 April 2007 (radio)
Owned byA.E. Best Success Services Bulgaria EOOD
Slogan"We Love Music"
CountryBulgaria
Broadcast areaSatellite coverage over the EMEA region
HeadquartersSofia, Bulgaria
Formerly calledVeselina TV (2003-2006)
Sister channel(s)The_Voice_(radio_station)
Websitehttp://www.thevoice.bg/
Availability
Satellite
BulsatcomVia Hellas Sat 3
VivacomVia Intelsat 38
A1 BulgariaVia Eutelsat 16A in MPEG 4/H264 and Hellas Sat 3 in HEVC/H265
POLARIS[disambiguation needed]Via BulgariaSat-1
Streaming media
BSS Media GroupGreen tickY[1]

The Voice TV Bulgaria (usually known as simply The Voice) is a Bulgarian music channel. It currently airs music videos during most of the day, but it is probable that it will start producing more local shows in the future.

The channel was formerly known as Veselina TV (named after Radio Veselina). In 2006, the Luxembourg-based SBS Broadcasting Group acquired Radio Veselina, and in October 2006, Veselina TV was rebranded as The Voice TV, after the music channels in the Nordic countries.

On November 10, 2011 ProSiebenSat.1 Group sells all Bulgarian radio stations and the music channel the Voice TV to A.E. Best Success Services Bulgaria EOOD.[1]

Veselina TV logo used 2003-2006

TV Programmes[edit]

The Voice Top 10 - Airplay Chart - The Voice Top 100 - Dance Chart Top 30 - 1 Artist, 3 Hits - NEW4U - Deja Voice - Wishlist - Your Voice - Hip Hop & RnB - The Voice Party - The Voice of Alternative - The Voice of Winter - The Voice of Summer - ZOOM - We Love Music - Snooza - In The Mix - CloseUp - Planet Voice

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References and footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-04-15. Retrieved 2011-12-28.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)