MTV (Norwegian TV channel)

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MTV Norway
MTV-2021.svg
Country United Kingdom
Broadcast area Norway
Ownership
Owner ViacomCBS Networks EMEAA
History
Launched18 September 2005;15 years ago (2005-09-18)
Replaced MTV Nordic
Links
Website Official site
Availability
Cable
Altibox -
Homebase -
Canal Digital -
Get -
Satellite
Canal Digital & Viasat -
IPTV
Workzone -
Hoist -
Otrum -

MTV Norway is a localized version of entertainment channel MTV Europe broadcasting in Norway. MTV Norway replaced MTV Nordic on September 18, 2005, however on February 17, 2021 the channel merged with MTV Europe producing a localized version of MTV Europe in Norway.

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