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Diema Sport
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Launched21 February 2015 (2015-02-21) (Diema Sport HD)
8 August 2015 (2015-08-08) (Diema Sport 2)
NetworkNova Broadcasting Group
Owned byPPF Group (95%)
Didie Stosel (5%)
Picture format16:9 576i, 1080i (DVB)
Audience share0.78% (Diema Sport 1)
0.57% (Diema Sport 2) (April 2017 (2017-04), Nielsen Admosphere)
CountryBulgaria
LanguageBulgarian
Broadcast areaBulgaria
HeadquartersSofia, Bulgaria
Formerly calledDiema Extra (2005-2007)
Sister channel(s)Nova television, Kino Nova, Diema, Diema Family, Nova Sport
Websitehttp://www.diemasport.bg/

Diema Sport (Bulgarian: Диема Спорт) is a group of Bulgarian paid sports television channels, part of Nova Broadcasting Group, owned by Modern Times Group. It includes the channels Diema Sport HD and Diema Sport 2, and along with the channel Trace Sports Stars HD are bundled together in the paid TV pack Diema Extra. The channels air premium live sports events like the Bulgarian A Football Group, the Premier League and others alongside Diema and Nova Sport. The channels also features magazine sports shows, commentator sports studios and talk shows. The channels share the same graphic interface as the Danish channel TV3 Sport. The first channel Diema Sport HD launched on 21 February 2015 as the second sports channel by MTG in Bulgaria, and the second premium paid channel by Nova TV in Bulgaria after Diema Extra. It is also available in SD in some providers. The second channel Diema Sport 2 launched on 8 August 2015 and is also available in HD.

Diema Extra

Diema Extra (Bulgarian: Диема Екстра) was a Bulgarian premium paid channel which launched in January 2005. It aired films and other series, as well as sports events mostly from the English and Spanish Football Leagues. Later, most of these programs were moved to the other Diema Vision channels, as few people signed up for the service, and advertising proved more profitable. In September 2007 Diema Extra was finally closed after Diema Vision was sold to Apace Media. In February 2015 Diema Extra was restored as a premium paid channel package, containing the channels Diema Sport and Trace Sports Stars HD, and Diema Sport 2 from August 2015.

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