VTV (Netherlands)

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Vesta TV
Launched 2 October 1995
Closed 1 July 1996
Country Netherlands
Broadcast area Netherlands

VTV was a Dutch television station. It used to timeshare with Kindernet. It launched on 2 October 1995.[1] The first letter "V" stood for Vesta, the Roman goddess of the hearth and home. The channel's main target were women aged between 20 and 40 years. Léonie Sazias was the main presenter. Due to its poor ratings VTV closed on 1 July 1996.[2]

Programming[edit]

  • Another World
  • Binnenste Buiten
  • De Hort Op
  • Lekker Lijf
  • Ojevaarsjo
  • Vita Vesta
  • Voel Je Lekker
  • Wie Kookt Er Vandaag?

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Vesta-tv alleen bedoeld voor vrouw tussen de twintig en veertig jaar". Volkskrant. 3 October 1995. 
  2. ^ "VTV". Televisie (Video) en Radio (Audio) Collectie. 24 June 2008.