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Viasat History

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Viasat History
Viasat History-2014.png
Broadcast areaCentral Europe, Eastern Europe, Russia and Commonwealth of Independent States
HeadquartersLondon, United Kingdom
Programming
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
OwnerViasat World LTD
Sister channelsViasat Explore
Viasat Nature
History
LaunchedNovember 2004
Links
WebsiteViasat World
Availability
Terrestrial
Digita (Finland)Channel 126
evotv (Croatia)Channel 110
The second logo of Viasat History
The second logo of Viasat History

Viasat History is a pay television channel owned by Swedish media company, Viasat World LTD. The channel broadcasts history series from around the world with a focus on the ancient world, historical drama, royal history, travel history and religious history.[1] Viasat History is a 24-hour channel, broadcasting in Central and Eastern Europe, Russia and Commonwealth of Independent States.

With headquarters in London, United Kingdom, the channel started initially broadcast to Scandinavian countries and after a few years expanded to the Baltic countries with subtitles and many East European markets.

Viasat History acquires programming from international distributors and production houses.

Polsat History.
Polsat Viasat History.

Since 2012, Viasat History together with sister channels Viasat Explore and Viasat Nature are broadcast in HD together with the SD feed on the Viasat satellite platform.

References

  1. ^ "Viasat History с две нови заглавия за Втората световна война | Медии". offnews.bg (in Bulgarian). Retrieved 2020-06-13.
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