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Planet Pop (TV channel)

Planet Pop
Planet Pop logo
Launched 23 November 2010
Owned by All Around the World Productions
Picture format 16:9 576i (SDTV)
Audience share ~0.0% (November 2012, BARB)
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Formerly called WTF (2010-2011)
Massive R&B (2011-2013)
Replaced Showcase +1
Sister channel(s) Channel AKA
Clubland TV
Greatest Hits TV
Availability
Satellite
Freesat Channel 511
Sky Channel 370
Astra 2F 12522 V 22000 5/6

Planet Pop is a British music television channel, previously known as WTF (Weekly Top Forty) and Massive R&B, which launched on 23 November 2010.[1]

WTF used a video jukebox format, which allowed viewers to select videos by texting the video selection number to the number on screen. There were different selection playlists during different times of the day. On 15 August 2011, WTF was rebranded as Massive R&B.[2] On 20 September 2011, the channel launched on Freesat, having previously only been available on Sky.[3]

On 27 March 2013, the channel was rebranded as Planet Pop, with programming aimed at a core audience of 16-24 year olds, including The Planet Pop 40 and Party-On Planet Pop.[4]



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