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Iris (TV channel)

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Iris
Logo Iris.svg
CountryItaly
Broadcast areaItaly
Programming
Language(s)Italian
English
Picture format576i (SDTV)
Ownership
OwnerMediaset
History
LaunchedNovember 30, 2007
Links
WebsiteIris
Availability
Terrestrial
DigitalChannel 22
Cable
UPC (Ticino)Channel 37
UPC (Romandy and German-speaking Switzerland)Channel 537
Satellite
TivùsatChannel 11
IPTV
Alice Home TVChannel 322
TV di FASTWEBChannel 36

Iris is an Italian free entertainment television channel, launched on November 30, 2007 and produced by Mediaset. It is broadcast in Italy on DTT channel 22 on mux Mediaset 4 .

Iris broadcasts films (mainly author films), cult TV series, and small productions Mediaset, respecting the target network. It is available on digital terrestrial television and digital satellite television through Tivù Sat.

Programming

TV series

Current

Past

Productions

  • Adesso, cinema! (Now, cinema!, with Marta Perego: interviews, cinema news);
  • Alfabeto (Alphabet, with Maurizio Costanzo);
  • Io l'ho visto (I saw it, with Carlo Rossella: the films of the evening are introduced);
  • Iris la settimana (Iris the week, newsmagazine);
  • Iris ai festival (Iris at festivals);
  • Note d'arte (Notes of art, with Daniela Annaro: news about exhibitions and museums);
  • Note di cinema (Note of cinema, with Anna Praderio: news services and interviews on Italian and international cinema);
  • Parole crociate (Crosswords, game show with Daniele Bossari);
  • Scuola di cult (School of cult, with Enrico Tamburini: in-depth analysis of Italian-style comedies);
  • Storie di cinema (Stories of cinema, with Tatti Sanguineti: in-depth analysis of directors, actors and screenwriters);
  • Ti racconto un libro (I’ll tell you a book, with Christian Mascheroni and Marta Perego).

References

External links


This page was last edited on 8 September 2021, at 16:53
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