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MTV Netherlands

MTV
Netherlands
Launched September 2000
Network MTV
Owned by Viacom International Media Networks Northern Europe
Picture format 576i (SDTV 16:9)
1080i (HDTV)[1]
Audience share 0.7% (2012, [2])
Country Netherlands
Broadcast area Netherlands
Replaced MTV Europe in the Netherlands
Sister channel(s) MTV Music 24
MTV Brand New
MTV Hits
MTV Rocks
MTV Dance
VH1 Europe
VH1 Classic Europe
Comedy Central
Comedy Central Family
Comedy Central Extra
Nickelodeon
Kindernet
Nick Jr.
Nicktoons
Nick Hits
MTV Live HD (rebranding into MTV HD)
Website Digitenne Channel 15 (SD)
Satellite
CanalDigitaal Channel 18 (SD)
Cable
Ziggo Channel 22 (SD)
UPC Netherlands Horizon
Channel 22 (SD/HD)
Mediabox
Channel 22 (SD)
Channel 83 (HD)
CAIW Channel 25 (SD)
Delta Channel 203 (SD)
IPTV
KPN Channel 13 (SD)
Channel 713 (HD)
Streaming media
UPC Horizon Watch live (Netherlands only)

MTV Netherlands is a television channel broadcasting to the Dutch speaking markets in the Netherlands and Flanders. It started in September 2000. Before the start of country-specific channels, the Netherlands viewed the pan-European MTV - MTV Europe.

The channel is broadcast from the MTV Networks Benelux headquarters in Amsterdam.

History

MTV began its services in Europe on August 1, 1987. Under the name of MTV Europe. At the end of the 90s MTV Europe began to regionalize its MTV feeds. In September 2000 the localized MTV Netherlands started.[3]

Main article: MTV Europe § History

On May 14, 2009 MTV launched its first HD channel in the Netherlands. MTVN HD started on the CAIW cable network and on CanalDigitaal satellite TV.[4] In 2010 followed by the larger cable network UPC Netherlands (May 3).[5] The N stood for Nickelodeon. The channel combined the programs of MTV and Nickelodeon.

On July 1, 2011 MTVN HD changed into MTV Live HD, dropping the programs of Nickelodeon due to the fact that in many European countries a separate HD-simulcast of Nickelodeon began.[6] In September of that same year Ziggo added MTV Live HD to its line-up.[7]

In Spring of 2012 MTV introduced HD-simulcasts of MTV NL and Comedy Central. On April 3 MTV HD started at UPC Netherlands replacing MTV Live HD.[8] In September 2012 KPN followed.[9]

Local Shows

  • MTV News
  • Rock Chart
  • UK Top 10
  • M is for Music
  • MTV Live

International Shows

  • 16 and Pregnant
  • Engine Room
  • Euro Top 20
  • The Real World
  • Cribs
  • Best Show Ever
  • The City
  • The Hills
  • Made
  • True Life
  • Wanna come in?
  • The X Effect
  • Paris Hilton My New BFF
  • Scream Queens

and more...

Additional Channels in the Netherlands

Defunct Channels in the Netherlands

References

External links

  • Official site
  • MTV Networks Benelux Site
  • MTV Networks Europe Site

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