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Televizija OBN

Televizija OBN
Type Broadcast Television Network
Country Bosnia and Herzegovina
Availability Worldwide via Satellite
Owner Ivan Ćaleta (60%)
AMC Networks International Central Europe (40%)
Launch date
1996
Official website
www.obn.ba

Televizija OBN is a local television network broadcasting a TV channel in Bosnia and Herzegovina operated by AMC Networks International Central Europe. Headquarters of this TV is in Sarajevo, Pofalići neighborhood.

OBN (on lowercase letters: obn) originally stood for Open Broadcast Network, when the company was founded in 1996 by the Office of the High Representative and the European Union. It was oriented towards general news, and the international owners invested some 20 million USD in its development as a neutral television channel.

The station became privately owned in 2000, when it was acquired by one Ivan Ćaleta, a Croatian entrepreneur and former owner of Nova TV. In late August 2011, Chellomedia bought a 40% stake in the television.[1]

Programmes

Telenovelas / Series

Original name Bosnian translation Origin
Muhteşem Yüzyıl Sulejman Veličanstveni
Uttaran Odbačena
Eva Luna Eva Luna
Na Aana Is Des Laado Neželjene
Parichay Igra sudbine
Sonbahar Jesen

References

  1. ^ Kupovina OBN-a je početak osvajanja bh. tržišta;sarajevo-x.com, 26 August 2011

External links

  • Televizija OBN - official web site


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