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ETB Sat

ETB SAT
Network Euskal Telebista
Owned by Euskal Irrati Telebista
Country Spain and France
Language Spanish, Basque & French
Broadcast area Europe
Headquarters Bilbao
Sister channel(s) ETB 1
ETB 2
ETB 3
Canal Vasco
Website eitb.com/ETB Sat
Availability
Satellite
Digital + Dial 95
Cable
ONO Dial 995
R Dial 84
IPTV
Movistar TV Dial 175
Streaming media
eitb.com Ver en directo

ETB Sat is one of the channels that Euskal Telebista broadcasts in Europe.

This channel aims to bring television and Basque culture to Basques and others in Spain and in Europe. Three channels are offered, ETB 1. ETB 2 and ETB 3). The programming is in Spanish, Basque and French. On May 1, 2013, the channel decided to cease broadcasting on satellites and is an internet and cable only station.

Programming

  • Teleberri – News
  • Lazkao Txiki – Cartoons
  • Dokugune – Talk show
  • EiTB Kultura – Cultural
  • Exclusivas ETB – News reports
  • Surf in` Euskadi – Surfing
  • Objetivo Euskadi – Reports of actuallity
  • La Noche de... – Film program
  • Vaya Semanita – Comedy show
  • Gaur Egun – News
  • Basxtrem – Contest
  • Chiloè
  • Mihiluze – Word game in Basque language

See also

External links

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