TV3+ (Denmark)

TV3+ is a Danish pay television channel owned by Modern Times Group. It has its origins in the youth-oriented channel ZTV and women-focused channel TV6 that were launched in the mid-1990s when Kinnevik invested heavily in new free-to-air channels. In April 1996, Danish ZTV was closed down along with Sportskanalen, and TV6 was replaced by a new channel called 3+. In the beginning, 3+ time-shared with TVG in the mornings, ZTV in the afternoon and Sportskanalen in the weekend, but eventually these channels closed down.

TV3+ Denmark
Launched27 March 1995 (as TV6 Denmark)
29 April 1996 (as TV3+ Denmark)
Owned byNordic Entertainment Group
Audience share3,6% (2008, [1])
CountryUnited Kingdom
Broadcast areaDenmark
ReplacedTV6 Denmark
Sister channel(s)TV3, TV3 Puls, TV3 MAX, TV3 Sport
Availability
Terrestrial
BoxerChannel 500
Satellite
ViasatChannel 500
Canal DigitalChannel 500
Cable
YouSee-Channel 500
StofaChannel 500
WaooChannel 500

Television series

TV3+'s programming includes most notably sitcoms:

Dramas like

Documentary/reality shows like

The channel will however broadcast some movies.

On 2 February 2010 a HD-version of the channel, started broadcasting.

References

  1. TNS-Gallup

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