|Owner||Discovery Networks Danmark|
|Sister channels|| Kanal 4 |
|Launched||1 January 2012 (program block)|
1 January 2013 (TV channel)
|Closed||31 October 2014|
|Replaced by||Investigation Discovery|
The Voice TV was the name of a Danish television station that broadcast music videos 24 hours a day. 7'eren was launched on January 1, 2012, as a programming block on The Voice TV, and a year later, on January 1, 2013, the channel renamed The Voice TV into 7'eren, by rebranding itself as a channel for youth programming.
Same happened to Finland's The Voice, it changed named Kutonen on 1 September 2012. The Voice channels are in different countries.
Due to low ratings, the station was closed by the end of October 2014 and replaced with a Danish version of Investigation Discovery.
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