RTL Z is a Dutch business and financial news television channel. It displays economic changes and the stock exchange news in a banner at the bottom of the screen in the daytime. In the evenings the programming consists of documentaries.
|Launched||6 June 2001|
|Owned by||RTL Group|
|Picture format||1080i HDTV|
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
|Audience share||0.8% (2018, SKO)|
|Slogan||"Business, not as usual"|
|Sister channel(s)||RTL 4|
|Digitenne||Channel 28 (HD)|
|Canal Digitaal||Channel 13 (SD)|
|Joyne||Channel 11 (HD)|
|Ziggo||Channel 12 (HD)|
Channel 975 (SD)
|Caiway||Channel 14 (HD)|
|DELTA||Channel 18 (HD)|
|KPN||Channel 11 (HD)|
|T-Mobile Netherlands||Channel 11 (HD)|
|Ziggo GO||ZiggoGO.tv (Europe only)|
|KPN iTV Online||Watch live (Europe only)|
RTL Z started on 6 June 2001 as a joint venture between Holland Media Groep and Belgian Business Television. Belgian Business Television broadcasts Kanaal Z (Canal Z) in Belgium. In 2002, Holland Media Groep took over the programme in its entirety. It was initially broadcast on RTL 5 during daytime, later followed by RTL 7 between 12 August 2005 and 7 September 2015. The channel launched as a 24-hours channel on 7 September 2015.
- "RTL Z verhuist naar nieuwe zender RTL 7: RTL Nederland hergroepeert haar televisiezenders. RTL Z verhuist naar de nieuwe zender RTL 7, Yorin verdwijnt". RTL Nederland. 28 June 2005.
- Jarco Kriek. "Nederland is met RTL Z TV zender rijker". Totaal TV. Retrieved 7 September 2015.