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Dr3

DR3
Launched 28 January 2013
Network DR
Owned by DR
Picture format 720p (HDTV)
Country Denmark
Headquarters DR Byen
CopenhagenDenmark
Sister channel(s) DR1
DR2
DR K
DR Ramasjang
DR Ultra
Website dr.dk/dr3
Availability
Terrestrial
Free-to-air Channel 6
Satellite
Canal Digital Channel 24
Viasat Channel 15
Cable
YouSee Channel 21
Waoo Channel 8
IPTV
TDC TV Channel 32
Streaming media
DR Nu dr.dk/TV/live/dr3
YouSee WebTV yousee.tv/livetv/dr3/

DR3 is a Danish national television channel, produced by the public service broadcaster, DR. The channel launched on 28 January 2013, replacing DR HD.[1] DR3 programming is directed towards the youth and young adult audience.

Programmes aired on DR3

Original programming

  • Monte Carlo elsker Putin (Monte Carlo Loves Putin)
  • De uperfekte (The Unperfect)
  • Du lyver! (You're Lying!)
  • Absurdistan
  • HomoLesbians
  • Hobby-TV
  • Thomas Skovs bilprogram (Thomas Skov's Car Program)
  • Storm i et glas vand (Tempest in a Teapot)
  • Musik Dok - Kidd Life

Imports

External links

  • www.dr.dk/dr3

References

  1. ^ "DR3 går i luften den 28. januar". DR. 17 January 2013. Retrieved 22 January 2013. 


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