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MTV Rocks (European TV channel)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

MTV Rocks
MTV Rocks 2017 logo.svg
Broadcast area
HeadquartersLondon
Programming
Language(s)English
Picture format16:9, 576i (SDTV)
Ownership
OwnerViacomCBS Networks EMEAA
Sister channelsMTV
Club MTV
MTV Hits
MTV Live
MTV Music
VH1
VH1 Classic Europe
History
Launched27 May 2014; 6 years ago (2014-05-27)
ReplacedMTV Rocks (UK & Ireland)
Closed5 October 2020; 1 day ago (2020-10-05)
Replaced byMTV 90s
Availability
Cable
UPC RomaniaChannel 108 (digital)
Channel 606 (digital with DVR)
Hot (Israel)Channel 193
Naxoo
(Switzerland)
Channel 133
Citycable (Switzerland)Channel 155
UPC PolandChannel 779
Satellite
Platforma Canal+
(Poland)
Channel 162
Dolce
(Romania)
Channel 455
NTV Plus
(Russia)
frequency 12284 R
Canal+
(Spain)
Channel 82
Focus Sat
(Romania)
Channel 47
IPTV
iNES
(Romania)
Channels Vary
T-Home
(Hungary)
Channels Vary
Alice Home TV
(Italy)
Channel 780
Stream TV
(Russia)
Channel 10
Vodafone (Spain)Channel 184
MAX TV
(Croatia)
Channel 604
Vodafone GreeceChannel 70

MTV Rocks Europe was a European pay television music channel from Viacom International Media Networks Europe that was launched on 27 May 2014, replacing MTV Rocks UK & Ireland.[1] The channel focused on broadcasting rock and alternative music. The channel closed on 5 October 2020, three months after its UK and Ireland equivalent, with "Bullet Holes" by Bush being the last video played on the channel before being replaced with MTV 90s.

History

On 17 November 2015, MTV Rocks Europe was removed from CanalSat.

On 1 October 2017, the European versions of MTV Rocks, MTV Dance and MTV Hits ceased broadcasting in Benelux.[2]

On 4 October 2018, the channel was removed from Numericable along with MTV Dance Europe following the launch of Comedy Central France.

In 2019, the channel disappeared in Portugal.

On 2 May 2020, it was removed from Sky Italia.

The channel closed along with VH1 Classic Europe in October 2020 and was replaced by MTV 90s, after its British equivalent had closed three months earlier. MTV 90s was first launched on 27 May 2016 in the UK and Ireland as a temporary rebranding of MTV Classic UK until 24 June 2016.[3]

Programmes

  • Biggest! Hottest! Loudest!
  • Supermassive Anthems!
  • Rocks Rated!
  • 100% Anthems
  • Ultimate Rock Playlist!
  • This Week's Rock Solid Playlist
  • Smells Like The 90s!

References

  1. ^ "Britské reklamy a teleshopping mizí z hudebních kanálů MTV". radiotv.cz.
  2. ^ "Télésat perd trois chaînes MTV". telesatellite.com.
  3. ^ "MTV Rocks and Club MTV close in UK and Coming Soon Rebranding MTV 90s and 80s changes in Europe…". greekdigitaltv.blogspot.com.

External links

This page was last edited on 6 October 2020, at 09:20
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