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TVN 7
TVN 7 logo.PNG
CountryPoland
Programming
Picture format576i (SDTV) 16:9
1080i (HDTV) 16:9
Ownership
OwnerTVN Group
Sister channelsTVN
History
Launched6 December 1996 (as RTL 7)
1 March 2002 (as TVN 7)
Former namesRTL 7 (1996-2002)
Links
Websitewww.tvn7.pl
Availability
Terrestrial
Polish digitalMUX 2 (SD) (Channel 8)
Cable
UPC PolandChannel 9 (HD)
VectraChannel 105 (SD)
Channel 115 (HD)
Satellite
Cyfrowy PolsatChannel 7, Channel 116 (HD)
Channel 505 (SD)
Platforma Canal+Channel 2 (HD)
Orange TVChannel 6 (SD)
Channel 23 (HD)

TVN 7 is a Polish television channel specialising in action, drama and comedy shows and movies. Owned by TVN Group, the channel was launched in March 2002, replacing RTL 7.

It features popular foreign series such as Gossip Girl, Friends, One Tree Hill, Monk, The Following, Prison Break, Violetta or NCIS as well local Polish productions. It is available via cable, terrestrial and satellite service and it is one of the most popular channels in Poland, according to AGB Nielsen Media Research.

History

In December 1996, RTL Group, Europe's largest TV, radio and production company, which is majority-owned by German media conglomerate Bertelsmann, launched RTL 7, a private television channel in Poland. The channel was specialised in foreign television series, movies, children's and anime programming.

In autumn 2001, RTL 7 was taken over by TVN, the second biggest Polish television network.

In March 2002, RTL 7 was replaced by TVN Siedem. The new channel presented an attractive programming line-up, a brand new identification and logo.

Programming

Shows

Daytime

TVN Siedem's daytime schedule consists mainly of repeats, teleshopping programmes and game shows.

See also

References

External links


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