Channel 5

Channel 5

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Channel 5, as a television channel, may refer to:

In the Americas

  • Channel 5 – Rosario, Argentine television station, founded in 1964, which broadcasts from the city of Rosario
  • Great Belize Television, Belize television station, known as "Channel 5", founded in 1991 and broadcasting from Belize City
  • WNYW Channel 5, U.S. channel based in New York City, founded by TV pioneer Allen B. DuMont in 1938; flagship station of the DuMont Network until 1956
  • WTTG Channel 5, U.S. channel based in Washington, D.C., founded by Allen B. DuMont in 1945; one of two key stations of the 1944–56 DuMont Network
  • Canal 5 (Televisa Network), a Mexican television network owned by Televisa
    • XHGC-TV, a Mexican television station in Mexico City, founded in 1952 and flagship of the Canal 5 network
  • Canal 5 Noticias, a news channel in Argentina
  • Several television stations in North America which broadcast on VHF frequencies covering 77.25-81.75 MHz; see the following:
    • For Canada see Category: Channel 5 TV stations in Canada
    • For Mexico see Category: Channel 5 TV stations in Mexico
    • For the United States see Category: Channel 5 TV stations in the United States

In Asia

  • Channel 5, Pakistan television broadcaster owned by the Khabrain Group and associated with the Urdu-language daily newspaper, Khabrain, founded in 1992
  • Channel 5 (Thailand) Thailand television broadcaster, founded in 1958 and owned by the Royal Thai Army
  • DWET-TV, Channel 5, Philippine TV network Associated Broadcasting Company's flagship station in Metro Manila; founded in 1960 as DZTM-TV
  • MediaCorp Channel 5, English-language Singapore television broadcaster, founded in 1963
  • Sport 5, Israeli cable and satellite TV station, founded in 2002 which, by 2007, expanded to five sports channels showcasing varying sports-oriented programming

In Europe

  • Canale 5, Italian television broadcaster, founded in 1978 as "TeleMilano58", Italy's first private network; became "Canale 5" in 1980
  • Channel 5 Lithuania - the largest regional TV channel in Lithuania. The first broadcast took place on 11 October 2004
  • Channel 5 (UK), United Kingdom television broadcaster, founded in March 1997; known as "Channel 5" until 2002 and Five until July 2010
  • France 5, French public television network, founded as La Cinquième in December 1994.
  • Kanal 5 (Sweden), Swedish commercial channel, founded in 1989 and owned by the media corporation ProSiebenSat.1 Media
  • 5 Kanal (Ukraine), Ukrainian television channel, founded in 2003 by businessman Petro Poroshenko
  • Petersburg - Channel 5, Russian broadcaster, founded on in 1938; known as Leningrad Television until 1992; seen nationally, with regional channels
  • Telecinco, Spain's second private television station (after Antenna 3), founded in 1990 and broadcasting from Madrid on channel 5

See also

  • Chanel No. 5 French perfume produced by the Parisian fashion house of Chanel
  • Channel 5 Video Distribution, A defunct Home Video brand from the mid-1980s - 1990s owned by Polygram Video.
  • TV5 (disambiguation)

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