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TV 2 Sport (Norway)

 

TV 2 Sport (Norway)

TV2 Sport
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Launched March 24, 2007
Network TV2 Norway
Owned by TV2 Zebra (TV2 and Telenor Broadcast Holding)
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Country Norway
Language Norwegian
Broadcast area Norway
Sister channel(s) TV 2, TV 2 HD, TV 2 Zebra, TV 2 Nyhetskanalen, TV 2 Filmkanalen, TV 2 Science Fiction
Availability
Terrestrial
Satellite
Canal Digital Channel 31 to 35
Viasat Channel 22 (TV 2 Sport 1)

TV 2 Sport, stylized as TV 2 SPORT 1 to 5, is a Norwegian pay-TV channel that shows sports (the channel is spread out over 5 different channels, named TV 2 Sport 1 to 5). It heavily features soccer, including the Norwegian Premier League. This channel also broadcasts international matches. It broadcast four 2010 World Cup matches.

The channel was launched on March 24, 2007 from Canal Digital, Get, Lyse and BKK.[1] In the autumn, it launched on the terrestrial RiksTV. From March 22, 2009, the channel will also be available from the Viasat satellite platform.[2]

The channel is a premium pay channel with a relatively high price (159 NOK per month, as of 2009). In addition to the main channel, it also offers four extra channels, TV 2 Sport 2, TV 2 Sport 3, TV 2 Sport 4 and TV 2 Sport 5, which allows them to broadcast five matches at once. The extra channels are however not available terrestrially.

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