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Title: TotalTV  
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Subject: Ginx TV, Serbia Broadband, IPKO, Viasat Ukraine, Freewire
Collection: Companies Based in Belgrade, Companies Established in 2006, Direct Broadcast Satellite Services, Media Companies of Serbia
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Type Subsidiary
Industry Media
Founded 2006
Headquarters Belgrade, Serbia
Area served Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Europe
Services Broadcasting
Parent SBB

TotalTV is the first Serbian Direct To Home (DTH) platform, offering over 80 digital TV channels via satellite. Owner of platform is the largest Serbian cable operator SBB.

TotalTV is using the NDS Group VideoGuard system of scrambling. Platform is broadcast via Eutelsat 16A satellite (16.0E). In addition to Serbia, TotalTV is also available in Slovenia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia and Europe.


  • TotalTV outside Serbia 1
  • Competition 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

TotalTV outside Serbia

Except for the originating country Serbia, TotalTV is also available in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia and Macedonia. Every country has their own package of TV stations.
Old TotalTV logo.

It is technically and legally possible to use TotalTV in other countries as well, like Italy, Germany, Spain, France etc. All of those countries have satellite signal coverage of the platform's satellite.[1]


The main DTH competitor of TotalTV in Serbia is the Digi TV platform from Romania. TotalTV claims they have 170.000 subscribers in Serbia, 59.000 in Montenegro and about 50.000 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, whereas DigiTV claims 100.000 subscribers in Serbia.


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External links

  • TotalTV official site
  • GLOBCOS NetWorks GmbH
  • List of the frequencies of TotalTV channels
  • List of the frequencies of TotalTV channels

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