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Tve Hd

TVE HD
Launched 6 August 2008
15 June 2009 (relaunch)
Closed 31 December 2013
Owned by Televisión Española
Picture format 720p (HDTV)
Slogan Verás la diferencia (You'll see the difference)
Country Spain
Sister channel(s) La 1, La 2, Clan, 24h,
Teledeporte,
Canal Parlamento
Website www.rtve.es
Availability
Terrestrial
Satellite
Cable

TVE HD was a high-definition channel run by the Spanish public broadcaster Televisión Española. The channel broadcast the 2008 Olympic Games in high-definition. It was available via pay-TV platforms Digital+ and Movistar TV, but not on digital terrestrial and free to air as originally planned the channel was available until its closure on 31 December 2013 when TVE launched HD versions of TVE channels. On 15 June 2009 the channel was relaunched again, now under the new TVE brand, only by digital terrestrial in Valladolid, in order to test the broadcasting capabilities of different HD formats. In 2010 new relay stations were added in Barcelona, A Coruña, Madrid, Seville, Zaragoza and programming was boosted with new programs.

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  • TVE HD screenshots
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