Hayat Music

Hayat Music TV
Owned by "Hayat" društvo za radio- televizijsku djelatnost d.o.o. Sarajevo
Picture format 16:9 576i (SDTV)
Country Bosnia and Herzegovina
Language Bosnian
Broadcast area Bosnia and Herzegovina
Headquarters Vogošća
Sister channel(s) Hayat Folk
Website .ba.hayatwww
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Hayat Music TV is a music television channel from Hayat TV that broadcasting music videos available via cable systems in Bosnia and Herzegovina and former Yugoslavia.[1]


Programming is in the Bosnian language including Bosnian music and foreign and international music.

  • A PLAYLISTA - (A playlist) current and latest home videos from Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • B PLAYLISTA - (B playlist) current and latest international music video clips
  • 10 NAJBOLJIH - (Top 10) top list of current domestic and foreign videos
  • SAMO HITOVI - (Hits only)
  • NOVO! - (NEW!) - the latest premiere music videos
  • 10 NAJBOLJIH ŽENSKIH VOKALA - (Top 10 female vocalists) - list of the top 10 female vocalists
  • 10 NAJBOLJIH MUŠKIH VOKALA - (Top 10 male vocalists) - list of the top 10 male vocalists
  • JA VOLIM BALADE - (Love songs) list of emotional love songs
  • JA VOLIM OLDIES GOLDIES - popular music of various musical styles


  1. ^ www.ekskluziva.ba "Hayat danas slavi 20 godina rada!". ekskluziva.ba. 2012-02-24. Retrieved 2013-06-07. 

External links

  • Official website
  • Hayat Music on Facebook

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