Tivùsat

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tivùsat
TypeSubsidiary of Tivù
IndustryMedia
Founded31 July 2009
Area served
  • Italy
  • Vatican City
  • Republic of San Marino
ServicesFTA/FTV satellite television
OwnerJoint venture between RAI, Mediaset and Telecom Italia Media
WebsiteTivùsat

tivùsat is a free-to-air/free-to-view digital satellite television platform, launched by the joint venture between RAI, Mediaset and Telecom Italia Media, and serving Italy, Vatican City and San Marino. With the exception of international news services carried in English, services are provided in the Italian language.

The service has been marketed since 31 July 2009 and offers a satellite alternative for many of those unable to receive the digital terrestrial television in Italy. Tivù Sat comprises free-to-air and free-to-view channels available on national television networks, and can be watched using a subscription card for Italian users purchasing a compatible receiver with Nagravision scrambling system.

Television channels[edit]

Radio channels[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "tivù la guida" (in Italian). tivu.tv. Retrieved 5 May 2021.
  2. ^ "Numerazione LCN Canali TivuSat" (in Italian). digital-forum.it. 18 September 2021.

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