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MTV Music (Polish TV channel)

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MTV Music Polska
MTV Music 2017 logo.svg
CountryPoland
NetworkMTV
SloganWe love music, we live music
HeadquartersWarsaw (Poland)
Programming
Language(s)Polish
Picture format576i (16:9 SDTV)
Ownership
OwnerViacomCBS International Media Networks Polska
Sister channelsMTV Poland
Comedy Central Poland
History
Launched10 June 2000 (2000-06-10)
Closed3 March 2020 (2020-03-03)
Replaced byMTV Music 24
Former namesVIVA (2000-2017)
Websitehttp://www.mtv.pl/music
Availability
Cable
UPC Poland782
Satellite
Cyfrowy Polsat175
Canal+139
IPTV
Orange Polska139
Screenshot of VIVA Poland in December 2012
Screenshot of VIVA Poland in December 2012

MTV Music former VIVA Polska (earlier VIVApolska!) was a Polish 24h music and entertainment channel from Viacom International Media Networks Polska. The channel was officially launched on June 10, 2000 by the German VIVA Media AG.

History

On July 17, 2012 VIVA Poland switched to 16:9 picture format and started to use the new logo. Since then VIVA has broadcast more reality programmes like Excused. Until July 17, 2012 the channel has broadcast FTA on Eutelsat Hot Bird 13A.

In 2014, the station cancelled local production programmes.

In 2015 - 2017, the station cancelled all reality programmes and continued playing only electronic dance music. Before the new broadcast schedule, the station was playing Polish and international pop, dance, rock and hip hop music.

On 17 October 2017, the channel was rebranded into MTV Music in 12:12.

The channel, along with VH1, closed on 3 March 2020, and replaced by MTV Music 24. The final music video played on the channel was "You Should Be Sad" by Halsey.

Programmes

VIVA Poland

  • 100% Dance
  • 100% VIVA
  • Chartsurfer
  • Club Chart
  • European Top 10
  • Excused: Odpasasz (Excused)
  • In & Out
  • Kolejno odlicz, czyli VIVA 10 naj
  • Mega Top 10
  • Miłość na bogato (Rich Love)
  • Miłość w rytmie kasy
  • Net Charts
  • Nieustraszeni (Fear Factor)
  • Operacja: Stylówa
  • Ostre gadki
  • Piękna i kujon (Beauty and the Geek)
  • PL Top 10
  • Polska stówa
  • Powerlista
  • Randka się opłaca
  • Ringtone Charts
  • Spanie z gwiazdami
  • Szał ciał
  • Top 5 Best of VIVA
  • Top 10
  • Ty Wybierasz
  • VIVA Dance
  • VIVA Dance Mix
  • VIVA Power Dance
  • VIVA Pudelek
  • VIVA Sounds
  • VIVA Top 5
  • VIVA Top 20
  • VIVA Top 50
  • Wojna gwiazd
  • MTV Hits

MTV Music

  • MTV Nie mów do mnie rano
  • MTV Hits
  • MTV Dance
  • MTV 100% Music
  • MTV Music Non-stop
  • MTV 3 z 1
  • MTV Nowe
  • Ikony MTV
  • Moje MTV
  • I love PL
  • MTV Ty wybierasz
  • MTV Polska lista
  • MTV Top 10
  • MTV Music PL Top 10
  • MTV Club Chart Top 10
  • MTV US Top 10
  • MTV European Top 10
  • MTV European Top 20
  • MTV 24/7
  • MTV Bites
  • MTV Unplugged

Presenters

Current presenters
VJ by VIVA Programmes
Katarzyna Kępka
2004-2017 In & Out
Nina Kozieradzka
2013-2017 In & Out
Szymon Sokół
2013-2017 In & Out

Former presenters

  • Małgorzata Halber
  • Michał Marcińczyk
  • Odeta Moro-Figurska
  • Agnieszka Sielańczyk
  • Jacek Graniecki
  • Paweł Kapliński
  • Tomasz Kleyff
  • Maciej Gnatowski
  • Emilia Piotrowska
  • Mateusz Szymkowiak
  • Michał Puzio
  • Magdalena Polańska
  • Wit Dziki
  • Michał Marciniak
  • Aleksandra Kot
  • Aleksander Sikora (2011-2012)
  • Rafał Sieraczek
  • Marta Berens
  • Aleks Sokołowska
  • Łukasz Napora
  • Róża Kulma
  • Monika Pachnik
  • Jacek Zimnik
  • Pola Szczepaniak
  • Karol Ronczewski
  • Piotr Bartosiewicz
  • Maciej Łuczkowski
  • Ania
  • Grzegorz
  • Andrzej Rodzin
  • Natalia Jakuła (2008-2012)
  • Dariusz Rusin (2002-2013)

External links

References

This page was last edited on 27 September 2020, at 21:02
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