Metropol TV

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Metropol TV
OwnerJuritzen AS
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Launched30 September 1999
Closed27 February 2002

Metropol TV was a local TV channel for Oslo, Norway but could be seen in the rest of the country through cable TV. The channel was started in 1999 and ceased broadcasting in February 2002 due to financial difficulties. [1]

Metropol TV cast shows like "En lun aften", promoting comedians Atle Antonsen and Johan Golden.It also had a show called Metropol Live every weekday, with hosts like Sarah Natasha Melbye, Anders Hornslien and others.


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