TVN Turbo

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TVN Turbo
TVN turbo.svg
Country Poland
Broadcast area Poland
Network TVN
Slogan Męska telewizja (Television for men)
Headquarters Warsaw, Poland
Programming
Picture format 16:9 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Ownership
Owner TVN Group
History
Launched12 December 2003;17 years ago (2003-12-12)
Links
Website http://www.tvnturbo.pl/
Availability
Terrestrial
MUX-4 Channel 56 (HD)
Cable
UPC Poland Channel 117 (SD)
VectraChannel 218 (SD)
Channel 219 (HD)
Satellite
Cyfrowy Polsat Channel 83 (HD)
Channel 511 (SD)
nc+ Channel 4 (HD)
Orange TV Channel 30 (SD)
Channel 125 (HD)

TVN Turbo is a Polish TV channel aimed at men with a major focus on automotive programming, it launched on 12 December 2003. It is part of the TVN network and is owned by Discovery Inc.

TVN Turbo features programming of interest to men, including such topics as the Polish & international automotive industry, technology and sports. It broadcasts original programming as well as foreign series such as popular BBC series Top Gear and Motorvision . Original shows include: OES - a magazine show about motorsports, De Lux - a show about the world of luxury cars and program Jednoslad ("One-track") - a program for motorbike enthusiasts.

TVN Turbo is available via cable and satellite.

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