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RTL TVI
RTL-TVI logo.svg
CountryBelgium, Luxembourg
Broadcast areaBelgium
Luxembourg
Programming
Language(s)French
Picture format720p HDTV
Ownership
OwnerRTL Group
ParentRTL Belgium
History
Launched12 September 1987
Former namesRTL Television (1982–1987)
Links
WebsiteRTL TVI
Availability
IPTV
Proximus TVChannel 3 (SD)
Channel 42 (HD)

RTL-TVI is a private French-language Luxembourgish[1] based television station in Belgium owned by the RTL Group. Within the French-speaking area of Belgium, it is the most popular channel with a 20 percent viewing share. It was the first commercial television station in Belgium.

RTL-TVI offers a schedule of family-oriented information, entertainment and fiction genres. In French-speaking Belgium, almost all of the foreign programs are dubbed in French, instead of retaining the original soundtrack.

In Belgium, RTL also operates the French-language channels Club RTL, Kidz RTL and Plug RTL.

History

Since 1955, Télé-Luxembourg, which became RTL Television in 1982, is broadcast from the Dudelange transmitter in Luxembourg. Following the collision of a Belgian military plane with the transmitter on 31 July 1981, the Compagnie Luxembourgeoise de Télédiffusion (CLT) obtained compensation from the Belgian government. The state monopoly on television broadcasting was lifted.

On 12 September 1983 the Belgian version of the JTL show, presented by Jean-Charles De Keyser, Eddy de Wilde and Bibiane Godfroid, was launched from a small studio in Roosevelt villa, Brussels. In December 1985, CLT created a Belgian company called TVI SA, which produced programs and sold advertising space specifically for RTL Belgium.

Belgian TV channel RTL became independent on 12 September 1987 with the launch of RTL-TVI (Télévision Indépendante), which now produces all its programming in Brussels. This was the first independent channel in the French Community of Belgium. The registration by the Government of the French Community on 21 December 1987 enabled it to legally access the Belgian TV advertising market, through its subsidiary IPB. This monopoly was broken in 1989 when the government allowed commercial advertising on RTBF channels.

Programming

References

  1. ^ "Qui contrôle les chaînes de RTL Belgique?". radio 100,7. 2018-06-20. Retrieved 2020-09-16.

External links

Media related to RTL TVI at Wikimedia Commons


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