Trojka (TV channel)

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Trojka logo.svg
Country Slovakia
Picture format4:3/16:9 1080i (HD), 576i (SD)
Owner Slovenská televízia
Sister channels Jednotka, Dvojka, Šport, 24
LaunchedAugust 8, 2008 (first iteration)
December 22, 2019 (second iteration)
June 10, 2022 (third iteration)
ClosedJune 30, 2011 (first iteration), February 28, 2022 (second iteration)
Former namesSTV3 (2008–2011)
MUX 3 (FTA) (SD)
MUX 1 (FTA) (HD)
First logo of Trojka from 2008 to 2011 Logo of Trojka (2008-2011).jpg
First logo of Trojka from 2008 to 2011

Trojka (formerly STV3) is a Slovak television channel owned and operated by Slovenská televízia.

It was originally launched in 2008 as a sports channel. Due to the financial problems of RTVS at the time, Trojka ended its broadcasting on June 30, 2011. It was revived on 22 December 2019 as a channel showing archived content from RTVS and its predecessors STV and ČST for an older audience.


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