|Picture format||16:9 (576i, SDTV)|
|Owner||TV 2 ASA|
|Sister channels||TV 2, TV 2 Filmkanalen, TV 2 Nyhetskanalen, TV 2 Sport, TV 2 Science Fiction|
|Launched||24 January 2004 closure: 26 February 2012 (HD)|
|Former names||TV2 Plus (2003-2004) (working title)|
TV2 Xtra (2004-2005)
|Canal Digital||Channel 10|
|Canal Digital||Channel 5|
TV 2 Zebra is a Norwegian television channel showing entertainment programmes, interactive programmes and live sport mainly targeted towards male audience. The channel was started as TV 2 Xtra on 24 January 2004, but before that the channel was first announced in 2003 as TV2 Plus, which is its working name.
TV 2 Zebra has the rights to "Tippeligaen", and the channel broadcasts a live game every week. In addition, you can subscribe to the other games by buying TV 2 SPORT. TV 2 Zebra also invests in Norwegian handball series. TV 2 owns the rights to European and World Championships in handball.
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