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Viasat 6
TV6 Viasat.svg
Launched 28 January 2008; 10 years ago (2008-01-28)
Closed 9 August 2017; 13 months ago (2017-08-09)
Owned by Modern Times Group (2008-2015)
Sony Pictures Television (2015-present)
Picture format 576i (16:9 SDTV)
Audience share 0.7%
Slogan has been a while
Country Hungary
Language Hungarian
Broadcast area Hungary
Headquarters Budapest, Hungary
Formerly called TV6 (28 January 2008 - 11 February 2011)
Sister channel(s) Viasat 3
Sony Max
Sony Movie Channel

Viasat 6 (formerly known as TV6 until February 11, 2011) is one of the thematic television channels of Sony Pictures Television Networks, which started in Scandinavian countries in the early '1990s, even under the name ZTV. From 2004 onwards, it has been gradually built up a television station for young men.

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It started in Hungary on January 28, 2008. The voice of the channel, László M. Miksa, singer of Ladánybene 27, was similar to Viasat 3 and was taken over by Botond Barabás from November 1, 2014.[1]

As of January 1, 2013, the advertising time was sold by Atmedia.[2] Until then, R-time sold it.

On April 1, 2013, the aspect ratio was changed to 16:9 and the channel got a new visual image.

On February 11, 2015, Sony Pictures Television (SPT) Networks agreed the acquisition of the Hungarian Viasat television channels from Swedish Modern Times Group (MTG), which now owned the television channels Viasat 3 and Viasat 6 and the Viasat Play catch-up service in Hungary to expand their portfolio that included the linear television channels AXN, AXN White and AXN Black as well as the digital services AXN Now and AXN Player.


Since the end of 2007, the channel has been broadcast test transmissions, but only on January 28, 2008 official broadcasting was launched. Initially, it was available at Digi TV, some smaller cable networks and Magyar Telekom, with its T-Home branded IPTV and satellite offerings. Initially, it was called TV6, as long as the conduit Viasat 3 was hoping to be able to inherit the name of the late TV3. But after no hope remained, this channel was renamed to Viasat 6 so that neither its logo nor its program offer was affected by this change, but its name was said differently. In 2010, the channel was not broadcast via Digi TV for a few weeks. In the spring of 2010, the channel also appeared on the UPC Hungary platforms. At the beginning of May 2010, the channel was available via the UPC Direct satellite service, followed by UPC's digital cable TV offer in the last week of May, while from 1 June 2010, subscribers with analogue cable TV could see the channel as well.


The shows are mainly directed to male viewers over the age of 18 and similarly to Viasat 3. Series and films can be seen primarily on it. After the launch of the channel, the backbone of its program was released in the spring and summer, even more than once on the Viasat 3 program.


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