|Owner|| SBS Discovery Media |
|Launched||September 3, 2007|
|Former names||TVNorge 2 (2006-2007) (working title)|
|Canal Digital||Channel 8|
FEM (the first letters of the word "feminine" or "female" and roughly homophonous with femme , but also the Norwegian word for "five") is a Norwegian television channel targeting young women. It broadcasts from London and is the second channel of TVNorge, part of SBS Discovery Media.
FEM was created for the launch of the digital terrestrial television platform RiksTV and started broadcasting on September 3, 2007.
The channel will show series such as Dirt and Big Love as well as original programming.
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TV 2 is a Norwegian terrestrial television channel. Its headquarters are located in Bergen. TV 2 began test broadcasting on 13 November 1991, and a year later, it was officially launched on 5 September 1992, becoming Norway's first commercial free-to-air television channel. In 1992, TV 2 A/S was admitted as full active member of the European Broadcasting Union. As is common with television in Norway, most foreign-language shows and segments of local programmes with foreign language dialogues are subtitled in Norwegian, not dubbed. Since 2012, TV 2 is owned by one of its co-founders, the Danish media company Egmont Group.
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