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TVRi

TVRi
Launched 1995
Owned by Televiziunea Română
Picture format 4:3, 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Country Romania
Broadcast area Moldova
Formerly called TVR Internaţional
România Internaţional
Sister channel(s) TVR1, TVR2, TVR3, TVR Cultural, TVR Info, TVR HD
Website tvr.ro
Availability
Satellite
Europe, Northern Africa and the Middle East Hot Bird 6 - 13° E Transponder: 156 Frequency: 11.623 MHz Polarity: Vertical Symbol Rate: 27.500 FEC: 3/4
Transmission type: Direct To Home (DTH).

EUTELSAT W2 - 16° E Transponder: D1 Frequency: 11.471 MHz Polarity: Vertical Symbol Rate: 29.950 FEC: 3/4
Transmission type: Direct To Home (DTH).
in USA and Canada Galaxy 19 – 97° W Transponder: K12 Frequency: 11 935 MHz Polarity: Horizontal Symbol Rate: 20 000 FEC: 3/4
Transmission type: Direct To Home (DTH).
Australia and New Zealand OPTUS D2 - 152° E Transponder: 5 Frequency: 12.608 GHz Polarity: Horizontal Symbol Rate: 22,500 FEC: 3/4
Transmission type: Direct To Home (DTH).
Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan coming soon
Cable
Cablecom (Switzerland) Channel 438 (digital CH-D)
Streaming media
Televiziunea Română official website tvr.ro

TVR Internaţional (TVR International, abbreviated as TVRi) is the international channel of Televiziunea Română, Romania's government-funded television network. TVR International provides free-to-air 24-hour broadcast throughout Europe, Canada and the US. In July 2005, it introduced broadcasts to Australia and New Zealand.

The channel provides content mainly in Romanian, for Romanians throughout the world, but also in Romania's minority languages, especially Hungarian, Romany and German. Some content is also provided in English.

Its most watched programming during the year are the Eurovision Song Contest and the Callatis Festival.

External links

  • Official Site
  • Watch TVRi live
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