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Tv3cat

TV3CAT
Launched 1995
Owned by Televisió de Catalunya
Country Spain
Language Catalan
Website www.tvci.cat
Availability
Terrestrial
DTTV Balearic Islands: 26 UHF
Satellite
Astra 11685 V
Hispasat 11811 V
Hispasat 12052 V
Galaxy 11800 H
Digital+ Channel 93
Cable
ONO Channel 996
R Channel 82
IPTV
Movistar TV Channel 180
Orange TV Channel 88
Jazztelia TV Channel 71
Streaming media
Official Website TV3CAT

TV3 Cat was named until 29 May 2009, Televisiò de Catalunya Internacional, it was the international channel of Catalunya, Televisió de Catalunya. It was part of Corporació Catalana de Mitjans Audiovisuals (CCMA). That channel was beaming to Europe through Astra satellite and America through Hispasat satellite. TV3CAT belonged to a group of channels where it was found programs from TV3, El 33, Canal Super3 i 3/24.[2].

It started to beam, Sunday 10 of September 1995. Since 1 May 2012, it stopped broadcasting on satellite television due to political financial cuts. The station claims it will be continue broadcasting via the internet and through cable and ADSL in Spain.

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External links

  • Official Website


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