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Polsat News
Polsat News 2021 gradient.svg
CountryPoland
Programming
Language(s)Polish
Picture format16:9 576i (SDTV)
16:9 1080i (HDTV)
Ownership
OwnerCyfrowy Polsat
Sister channelsPolsat News 2
History
Launched7 June 2008; 13 years ago (2008-06-07) (SD version)
3 February 2014; 7 years ago (2014-02-03) (HD version)
Links
Websitewww.polsatnews.pl
Availability
Terrestrial
Polish digitalTV Mobilna - MUX 4 (pay)
Cable
UPC PolandChannel 321
Satellite
Cyfrowy PolsatChannel 5, Channel 60, Channel 66, Channel 117
nc+Channel 21, Channel 223
Orange TVChannel 45
Streaming media
Sling TVInternet Protocol television

Polsat News is a Polish news channel, launched on 7 June 2008 at 7:00 am (UTC+1). Being a part of the Polsat Network, Polsat News is owned by Polsat Group. It is available over Cyfrowy Polsat, nc+ and UPC Poland digital platforms in Poland. It is broadcast on Hot Bird 6, 11158V, 27500 3/4.

History

Polsat News started broadcasting on 7 June 2008 thirty seconds before the 7 am hour (UTC+1). Polsat News is the first Polish news channel to broadcast in 16:9 format. From 7 June to 14 July the channel was broadcast in test emission. Up to September, the channel was broadcast as FTA.

The live programme is broadcast from 6 am to 24:00 (UTC+1). The news programmes are broadcast every half an hour. The channel hires about 400 people.

On 1 August 2008 Polsat News started broadcasting adverts.

Programmes are split into three parts: morning - Nowy Dzień (New Day), afternoon - To jest dzień (It's the day) and evening - To był dzień (That Was a Day).

On 6 June 2008 Polsat News opened a TV studio, in which its programs are recorded and where Wydarzenia (main Polsat news program) are recorded. Its cost was €6,000,000.

An HD version for this channel was launched on 3 February 2014 for a crystal clear vision of the network.

Polsat News, including with other neighbouring Polsat channels, started teasing their rebranding on 31 July 2021. The logo change took effect on 30 August 2021, including TVN7.

Programmes

  • Informacje (News, every half an hour)
  • Informacje dnia (News of the Day, an evening news report, 9:00 pm)
  • Pogoda (Weather)
  • Sport (Sport)
  • Nowy dzień (New Day, block programming from 6:00 am to 10 am) - also in Polsat from 6 am to 9 am every day
  • To jest dzień (That Is a Day, block programming from 11 am to 20:00 or 8 pm)
  • To był dzień (That Was a Day, evening report, 20:00 to 21:00 or 8 pm - 9 pm)
  • To był dzień na świecie (That Was a Day in the World, an evening report of current affairs around the world, 9:30 pm – 10 pm)
  • Sportowe podsumowanie dnia (an evening sport report)
  • Wydarzenia (Events, Polsat news service, 3:50 pm and 6:50 pm)
  • Biznes Informacje (Business News) - prepare business journalists Polsat News and journalists TV Biznes
  • Interwencja Extra (coverage of affairs that are minor but often controversial)
  • Graffiti (a political morning talk show)
  • Ostatnia instancja (The Last Instance)
  • Gość "Wydarzeń" (Guest "Events", a news service)
  • Debata (Debate) - also in TV Biznes
  • Encyklopedia zdrowia (Health Encyclopedia)
  • Czarny punkt (Black Point)
  • Nie daj się fiskusowi (Cope with the Tax Office) - also in TV Biznes

Logo history

Years Description
June 7, 2008 - to this day Modeled on the logotype Polsat television. The bulk of the gray color or glaucous, with the word "NEWS" and the symbol of the arrow (top right), smaller - orange.

Regional centres

Poland:

Centres in other countries:

See also

References

External links

This page was last edited on 28 October 2021, at 17:02
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