Viasat 3

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Viasat 3
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Launched October 14, 2000
Owned by Modern Times Group (2000-2015)
Sony Pictures Television (2015-present)
Picture format 576i (SDTV, 16:9)
Country Hungary
Language Hungarian
Broadcast area Hungary
Headquarters Budapest, Hungary (2000-2009)
London, Great Britain (2009-present)
Formerly called Alfa TV (2000)

Viasat 3 is a Hungarian TV channel. It was originally named Alfa TV, but in 2000, the station was bought by Swedish Modern Times Group its name was changed. It began broadcasting as Viasat 3 in October 14, 2000.

Viasat 3 aired Hungary's first reality Show in 2001 called A Bár (The Bar).

In 2015, the Sony Pictures Television acquired the Hungarian Viasat channels from Modern Times Group (MTG).

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