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VIVA (TV station)

Viva
Logo from 1 January 2011
Launched 1 December 1993
Owned by Viacom (2004–)
Viva Media AG (1993–2004)
Picture format 16:9 (Germany, Ireland, Poland, United Kingdom, Hungary)
Country Austria
Germany
Hungary
Ireland
Poland
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Language German
English
Polish
Hungarian
Sister channel(s) MTV, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon
Website Homepage
Availability
Satellite
Astra 19.2 (Germany) 11.973Ghz Vertical
Astra 19.2 (Austria) 12.148Ghz Horizontal
Canal+ (Spain) Channel 361
Cable
DVB-C Channel 11

Viva is owned by MTV which is owned by Viacom.

Channels

Viva channels exist in some European countries:
Channel Launched Language Comment
VIVA Germany 1993-12-01 German Originally a 24-hour channel, VIVA was cut down to broadcast from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. on September 8th, 2014. The rest of the time is used by Comedy Central. Comedy Central previously broadcast from 8:15 p.m. to 6 a.m. sharing it's channel with Nickelodeon, which became a 24h channel on October 1st, 2014.
VIVA Switzerland 2000-09-06 German
VIVA Austria 2006-06-01 German
VIVA Hungary 2000-02-01 Hungarian
VIVA Poland 2000-06-10 Polish A 24 h music and entertainment channel. Like its European sister channels, the channel features localized music videos, programming, presenters and chart shows.
Viva (UK and Ireland) 2009-10-26 English

Logos

External links

  • Viva Germany & Austria website
  • Viva Switzerland
  • Viva Polska
  • Viva Hungary
  • Viva UK & Ireland
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