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Rtl 102.5 Tv

RTL 102.5 TV
Launched 2000
Owned by RTL 102.5 Hit Radio S.r.l.
Picture format 16:9 (2011)
16:9 SDTV(2001-2011)
Audience share 0.02% (2008, [1])
Country Italy
Language Italian
Formerly called 102&5 Hit Channel
Website http://www.rtl.it/
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital Available in few areas
Free to Air
Satellite
SKY Italia Channel 750

RTL 102.5 TV is an Italian music television channel, broadcasting as live video feed of the Italian radio station RTL 102.5.

History

After long period of experimental services started in 2000, 102&5 Hit Channel was launched in 2001, based mainly on text messaging from the viewers. In 2006, due to low viewers ratings, the channel switch to Radiovisione, broadcasting the whole RTL 102.5 programming.

Programming

Excluding some news bulletins, few programmes and advertising, the broadcast day of RTL 102.5 radio is broadcast live on television.

Availability

It is available Free to Air on Hot Bird and Digital terrestrial television in Italy along with few Italian local television channels. It is also rebroadcast on Canale Italia.

See also

References

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