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Moja TV

Moja TV
Joint-stock company (Public)
Industry Telecommunication
Founded (February 1, 2010 (2010-02-01))[1]
Headquarters Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Area served
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Products

MojaTV Phone
MojaTV Net
MojaTV Full
MojaTV Premi

MojaTV Biz
Services IPTV
Parent BH Telecom
Divisions Moja webTV
Website

www.mojatv.ba

www.bhtelecom.ba

Moja TV is a Bosnian IPTV provider, subsidiary of the BH Telecom.

Moja TV service provides various thematic channels, HD and Timeshift channels, Video on demand, video recording, the use of an Electronic Program Guide (EPG) and other similar services. Customers must purchase or rent an IPTV set-top box and subscribe one of the four basic TV packages: Moja TV Phone, Moja TV Net, Moja TV Full and Moja TV Premi.

There is also MojaTV Biz is a service designed for business customers. A few specialized sports channels are dedicated to the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina. On 31 July 2012 BH Telecom signed a two year deal with Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina regarding the sponsorship and broadcasting rights of the league, effectively renaming the league to BH Telecom Premier League.[2]

Channel line-up

The program packages offered by Moja TV are based on the interests of viewers in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The service currently (May 2013) offers 131 TV channels and 28 radio stations.[3] There is also an optional HD package, as well as the ability to watch rented movies at the own video store.

Radio stations on Moja TV

See also

References

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External links

  • Moja TV Bosnia and Herzegovina
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