|Picture format|| 576i (16:9 SDTV)|
|Owner|| Discovery Communications Nordic |
|Launched||23 January 2012|
|Replaced||The Voice TV|
VOX is a Scandinavian television channel owned by Discovery Communications Nordic.
The channel was launched in January 2012and targets teens and adults up to 30.
Channel 5 may refer to:
Viasat was a satellite and pay television brand, co-owned by the Swedish media group Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT) in the Nordic countries, Sony Pictures Television in Hungary, and by Viasat World internationally. Founded in Sweden in 1991, Viasat has previously been owned by Modern Times Group. The channels of both companies were broadcast from London.
SBS Broadcasting Group was a multinational media group, operating commercial television, premium pay channels, radio stations and related print businesses in Northern, Western and Central and Eastern Europe.
Canal Digital was a Nordic pay TV and internet service provider in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland that was founded in March 1997 as a joint venture between the French pay TV company Canal+ and the Norwegian telecommunications operator Telenor.
Kanal 5 is a Swedish free-to-air television channel that was launched in 1989. It is owned by the media corporation SBS Discovery Media, changing its ownership from ProSiebenSat.1 Media in April 2013.
Discovery EMEA is a subsidiary of Discovery, Inc. The network was established in 1989 with its headquarters in Amsterdam and London.
Kanal 11 is a conditional access, entertainment channel owned by SBS Discovery Media. Its target audience is younger people and it almost solely broadcasts entertainment programmes.
5 Kanal is a television station in Ukraine owned by businessman and fifth President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko.
Kanal 4 is a Danish subscription television channel operated by SBS Discovery Media, a subsidiary of Discovery Communications. It was launched in 2006 as the successor of the former TvDanmark/TvDanmark 2, which was originally launched in 1997 as Denmark's second nationwide commercial terrestrial channel after TV 2.
Telia Digital TV is an IPTV distribution platform in Sweden owned by Telia Company. It was launched in January 2005 from a few locations.
Kanal 5 is a national, privately owned, television channel in the Republic of North Macedonia. It was founded in its current form in 1998. The network's main office is in Skopje, and also has smaller studios in other bigger cities all around North Macedonia.
Tango SA is a Luxembourgish telecom company that offers TV, Internet, fixed and mobile telephony services to residential customers, the self-employed and small businesses.
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Television in the self-declared state of Northern Cyprus consists of nineteen TV channels. These are:
Television in Austria was introduced in 1955. The country uses DVB-T for broadcasting. Analog television was completely shut down on June 7, 2011. Austrian television was monopolized by government-owned television stations until 1996. The first private television station in Austria is ATV.
Boxer TV A/S is a company that is broadcasting pay television channels on the digital terrestrial television network in Denmark since February 1, 2009. It is a subsidiary of Boxer TV Access, a Swedish company which is owned by Com Hem.
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Investigation Discovery is a pay television channel available in several European nations. It competes in the same genre as Crime & Investigation Network which is also available in several European nations. The ID channel features crime programming, including "missing persons and murder inquiries, cold cases and historical crime," as well as documentaries on forensic investigations. One such program is Deadly Women, an investigative series in which former FBI agent and profiler Candice DeLong looks at female killers throughout history.