Viasat Plus

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Viasat Plus
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Owner Modern Times Group
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History
LaunchedMarch 17, 2000
ClosedDecember 31, 2001

Viasat Plus was a television channel established to entertain audience between the ages of 15–80. The channel broadcast re-runs of sit-coms shown on TV3 earlier and soap operas. Viasat Plus was broadcast in Norway, and was replaced by ZTV in 2002. In Denmark there is a similar channel TV3+.

Nowadays, Viasat+ (with the symbol, not letters) is the name of Viasat's Satellite Dish Recording system that can record programs which are broadcast by Viasat (similar to TiVo).


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