Prima TV

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Prima TV
PrimaTVlogo.jpg
Country Romania
Broadcast areaRomania
Moldova
Programming
Picture format 1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
Owner Clever Media Network
History
Launched17 December 1997;23 years ago (1997-12-17)
Links
Website www.primatv.ro
Availability
Cable
UPC Romania Channel 06 (digital with DVR)
Channel 07 (digital)
Satellite
Intelsat 33e (Europe)11672 H / 4960 / 7/8 (SD / FTA)

Prima TV (Romanian pronunciation:  [ˌprimateˈve] ) is a Romanian commercial TV channel, famous mainly for the Cronica Cârcotaşilor show and various reality shows.

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Overview

Prima TV was launched as one of the first commercial television stations in Romania in December 1997 at 19:00. Until then, on its frequency was known AMEROM CANAL 38 or TeleAmerica. Prima TV is owned and operated by Prima Broadcasting Group , since early 2014. Prima TV reaches 87% of urban population and is one of the four most successful TV stations in the country. Prima TV is available both on cable and satellite platforms. It was available in analogue terrestrial on channel 38 until June 2015, when it ceased terrestrial transmission in analogue. It was available in DVB-T from 2011, on channel 54, but shifted later to 59. In early 2015 it discontinued its existence on Digital Terrestrial platform.

Imported

Series

Cartoons

Jetix hour

Disney

Shows

News

"Focus" is the television main news bulletin, broadcast daily at 18:00 EET.

Distribution

Satellite broadcasting via Intelsat 12 (45°E) stopped in June 2017 and was switched together with Kiss TV to Intelsat 33e (60°E).

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