Max (Norwegian TV channel)

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Max
Max.no logo.png
Country United Kingdom
Broadcast area Norway
Ownership
Owner SBS Discovery Media
(Discovery Communications)
Sister channels TVNorge, TVNorge HD, FEM
History
LaunchedNovember 1, 2010
Links
Website Official website

Max is a Norwegian television channel designed for a mostly male audience.

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The first program on Max was the movie Wild Hogs, followed by the premiere of Breaking Bad. [1] The first week was watched by over 1 million viewers, making it the most successful launch of a Norwegian television channel since TV 2 in 1992. [2]

In November 2010 Max announced that they had bought the rights to Tippeligaen from NRK. [3]

Programs

Sports

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References

  1. Vi er i gang! Archived 2010-11-05 at the Wayback Machine
  2. Helmaks for TV-kanalen Max
  3. Selger Tippeliga-fotball til TVNorge