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|Picture format|| 576i (SDTV 16:9)|
|Owner||Media Service Support and Asset Management Fund (Government of Hungary)|
22 December 2012 (as a children's channel at daytime hours)
15 March 2015 (as M2 Petőfi TV at nighttime)
|UPC Romania||Channel 752|
M2 (M Kettő) is a Hungarian television channel owned and operated by Magyar Televízió. It is also transmitted in high definition.
On 22 December 2012, M2's daytime hours became dedicated to children's programming. Since 15 March 2015, the night-time programming is called M2 Petőfi.
Similar to TVP ABC in Poland, CBeebies, CBBC and BBC Three in the UK, M2 broadcasts children's programming during the day while M2 Petőfi targets youth audiences as they broadcast at night with music videos (local and abroad), music-related (music concerts) and youth-related programming, as well as exclusive content from its radio counterpart, Petőfi Rádió.
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