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Belarus 24

Belarus 24
Беларусь 24
Launched February 1, 2005
Owned by National State Television and Radio Company of the Republic of Belarus
Country Belarus
Broadcast area CIS region - Russia, Ukraine, Belarus; Europe- Poland, Lithuania, Latvia
Headquarters Minsk, Belarus
Formerly called Belarus TV (February 1, 2005 — December 31, 2012)
Streaming media

Belarus 24 (Belarusian: Беларусь-24) is the state television and radio channel of Belarus. It was launched on 1 February 2005. It broadcasts primarily in Russian language programmes of other Belarusian state TV channels Belarus 1 and Belarus 2. On January 1, 2013, Belarus TV was renamed Belarus 24.


TV channel replace 1 logotype. Present — 2nd on account.

  • With February 1, 2005 by December 14, 2008 logotype to represent word «БЕЛАРУСЬ», right — word «ТВ» in spectrum of Belorussiyan flag. Find in left upper corner.
  • With December 15, 2008 by present time at word «БЕЛАРУСЬ» replace type and right at present «LYING» semicylinder, executed in spectrum of Belorussiyan, where write «ТВ». Find there while.

External links

  • Official website
  • Belarus 24 at LyngSat Address


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