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Television in Kosovo

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Television in Kosovo

Television in Kosovo was first introduced in 1975.

Contents

  • National Frequency 1
    • Public 1.1
    • Private 1.2
  • Regional Frequency 2
  • Company 21 3
  • Kujtesa Cable 4
  • Super Sport Kosova 5
  • Cable Networks 6
  • See also 7
  • External links 8

National Frequency

Public

Private

Regional Frequency

  • News TV
  • Rrokum TV
  • Arta News
  • First Channel
  • Top Kosova
  • Kosova Channel
  • TV Prizreni
  • Besa TV
  • TV Opinion
  • Balkan RTV
  • Syri Vision
  • TV Dukagjini
  • TV Vali
  • RTV Tema
  • TV Liria
  • TV Festina
  • TV Mitrovica
  • Most TV
  • Puls TV
  • A9TV
  • Dasma TV
  • TV Diaspora
  • ON TV
  • Zico TV
  • ART
  • Next TV
  • TV Glob
  • Olti TV
  • RTV Fan
  • A-Mol TV
  • Men TV
  • TV Iliria
  • TV Skenderaj
  • Visa Channel
  • Pro Channel
  • Metro TV
  • Herc TV
  • 3TV
  • Kutia TV

Company 21

  • 21 Plus HD
  • 21 Popullore HD
  • 21 Mix HD
  • 21 Junior HD
  • 21 News HD (Coming Soon)

Kujtesa Cable

  • K Channel
  • K Film Një
  • K Film Një HD
  • K Film Dy
  • K Film Tre
  • K Film Katër
  • K Film Pesë
  • K Doku Një
  • K Doku Dy
  • K Music
  • K Music HD
  • K Reality
  • K Sport 1
  • K Sport 1 HD
  • K Sport 2
  • K Sport 2 HD
  • K Sport 3
  • K Sport 3 HD
  • K Sport 4
  • K Sport 4 HD
  • K Sport 5
  • K Sport 5 HD

Super Sport Kosova

  • SuperSport Kosova 1
  • SuperSport Kosova 2
  • SuperSport Kosova 3
  • SuperSport Kosova 1 HD
  • SuperSport Kosova 2 HD
  • SuperSport Kosova 3 HD

Cable Networks

See also

External links

  • Independent Media Commission


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