RING (Bulgaria)
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RING Bulgaria
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LaunchedMay 12, 1998 (1998-05-12)
NetworkbTV Media Group
Owned byCME (Central European Media Enterprises)(owned by WarnerMedia/AT&T)
Picture format16:9 576i, 1080i (DVB)
Audience share0.40% (March 2017 (2017-03), Nielsen Admosphere)
SloganRing Time
Broadcast areaBulgaria
HeadquartersSofia, Bulgaria
Formerly calledTelevision Ring, Ring +, Ring Plus, RTV, Ring TV, RING.BG, RING
Sister channel(s)bTV, bTV Comedy, bTV Cinema, bTV Action, bTV Lady
BulsatcomChannel 43 (SD),Channel 208 (HD)
VivacomChannel 17, Channel 33 (HD)
MtelChannel ? (SD), Channel ? (HD)
MtelChannel 79 (SD), Channel ? (HD)
NET1Channel ? (SD), Channel ? (HD)
MtelChannel ? (SD), Channel ? (HD)
VivacomChannel ? (SD), Channel ? (HD)

RING is a Bulgarian sports TV channel . It was founded in 1998 by a group of professionals and sports enthusiasts. It is distributed via cable path throughout the country. RING along with the channels from bTV Media Group (bTV, bTV Comedy, bTV Cinema and bTV Action and bTV Lady) are part of Central European Media Enterprises owned by WarnerMedia/AT&T(75%). Over the years, it has used the names Television Ring, Ring +, Ring Plus, RTV, Ring TV, RING.BG, and from 18 August 2015 - simply RING. The channel airs live and recorded football matches of the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, Serie A, Copa del Rey and others.


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