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TVNorge HD is a High Definition television channel in Norway. The channel is a joint venture by TVNorge [1] and cable and satellite-TV distributor Canal Digital [2] which started broadcasting on October 3, 2008. It's the first Norwegian high definition channel, but currently only some of its contents is available in HD (HBO shows like Rome and other American series like Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles). The HD station, has the same schedule as the SD station. Broadcasts not available in high definition will be broadcast in standard definition.

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Current content in high definition

Norwegian content

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