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TVP Info


TVP Info

TVP Info
Launched 6 October 2007
Owned by Telewizja Polska
Picture format 16:9 576i (SDTV)
Audience share 2.61% (2013, Nielsen[1])
Slogan Wiesz więcej (You know more)
Country Poland
Polish digital MUX 3
Hot Bird 9 (Europe) 11487.77 H SR 27500 5/6 (FTA)
Cyfrowy Polsat Channel 65
nc+ Channel 15
Orange TV Channel 10
UPC Poland Channel 320
Vectra Channel 103

TVP Info is a Polish news channel, run by the public broadcaster TVP. It is dedicated to information programmes, airing nationwide news bulletins from 6:00 to 23:30. Its main offices are located at the TVP news compound in central Warsaw. TVP Info can be watched on terrestrial television and cable networks.

TVP Info replaced TVP3 in 2007. It had regional branches in most of the major Polish cities and, similarly to the France 3 in France or Rai Tre in Italy, for couple of hours every day it broadcast regional programming, including local news and reports (from 17:00 to 20:00 and from 21:45 to 22:15 every day). These were transferred to the revived TVP Regionalna in September 2013.


TVP Info broadcasts news bulletins every half an hour around the clock. In addition during the day are broadcast current affairs programs:

  • Poranek Info (Info Morning - morning news from 5:55 to 11:00)
  • INFORozmowa (INFOTalk - afternoon talk show)
  • Twoje Info (Your Info - interactive talk show)
  • Puls Polski (Pulse of Poland - reporters magazine)
  • Dziś wieczorem (Tonight - interview led by journalists "Wiadomości" TVP1)
  • Minęła dwudziesta (The eight p.m. have passed - talk show)
  • Forum (talk show)
  • Panorama dnia (Panorama of the day - main news program, broadcast daily at 22:00)
  • Jan Pospieszalski: Bliżej (Jan Pospieszalski: More closely - controversial talk show, accused of favoring right-wing parties)
  • Kod dostępu (Access code - talk show hosted by Barbara Czajkowska)


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External links

  • Official website
  • TVP Info at LyngSat Address

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