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Viasat 4
Viasat 4
LaunchedJune 14, 2014, 19:00
Owned byNordic Entertainment Group
Audience share1.1% (2016, [1])
CountryUnited Kingdom
Broadcast areaNorway
ReplacedZTV
Sister channel(s)TV3, TV6
WebsiteOfficial website
Availability
Terrestrial
RiksTVChannel 9
Satellite
ViasatChannel 4
Canal DigitalChannel 11
Cable
IPTV
NextGenTelChannel 7

Viasat 4 is a television channel broadcasting to Norway owned by the Modern Times Group. The channel was launched test on 28 September 2007, a week 14 June 2014 after the launch of the digital terrestrial television network in Norway, replacing ZTV which ceased broadcasting shortly before.

The channel opened with the European Championship qualifying match between Moldova and Norway. Its main focus is on entertainment, sports and documentaries, transmitting series such as Most Shocking, Stargate Atlantis, The 4400, Star Trek, The Simpsons, Family Guy, The Riches, UEFA Champions League matches and Futurama, with short news bulletins from P4 on weeknights. Viasat 4 also transmits several comedy series, such as Cheers, Married... with Children and 8 Simple Rules.

Viasat 4 was originally to be named TV4, but after complaints from Swedish TV4 AB at the Patent Office, the channel was renamed 4 before becoming Viasat 4.[2]

The original intention was that the channel would broadcast free-to-air via RiksTV. The operator of the commercial muxes was, however, intending to broadcast pay television, so the channel would be a part of the encrypted RiksTV package. In 2010, Viasat 4 showed 16 World Cup matches from South Africa, including the bronze final between Germany and Uruguay. Viasat obtained the rights from NRK.

Programming

List of programs broadcast by Viasat 4

References

  1. ^ Årsrapport for TV-seing i Norge 2016. TNS Gallup.
  2. ^ Oddvin Aune (February 8, 2007). "TV4 blir 4". Kampanje. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved .

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