TLC (Swedish TV channel)

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TLC Sweden
Tlc logo discovery.svg
Broadcast area Sweden
HeadquartersLondon, United Kingdom [1]
Owner SBS Discovery Media
Discovery Networks Northern Europe
Sister channels Discovery Channel
Launched2 December 2010
Replaced Discovery Travel & Living Europe
Boxer Channel 21
Com Hem Channel 47
Telia Digital-tv Channel 23

TLC is a Swedish television channel. Its primary target is women between 25 and 49. It launched on 2 December 2010, replacing Discovery Travel & Living Europe in Sweden. [2]

It is the second dedicated Swedish channel from Discovery Networks after Discovery Channel Sweden. Prior to the launch of the dedicated TLC channel for Sweden, its predecessors had been available in Sweden for over a decade.

Following Discovery's acquisition of SBS Nordic in 2013, TLC Sweden became a part of SBS Discovery Media with five dedicated TV channels for Sweden. From 15 January 2014 the channel dramatically increased its reach by joining the analogue line-up of Com Hem, the country's leading cable network. [3]

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  1. "Television Broadcast Licensing Update September 2010". Ofcom. Archived from the original on 2010-11-15.
  2. "Discoverys film om reklamkanalen TLC". Dagens Media. November 10, 2010.
  3. "SBS Discovery i nytt avtal med Com Hem – TLC fördubblar distributionen". Dagens Media. 9 January 2014.