Television in Serbia


Television in Serbia

Serbian language television channels include the following:

Public television stations with national frequency

*RTS 1 - Belgrade
*RTS 2 - Belgrade

Public television stations with regional frequency

*RTV 1 - Novi Sad - Vojvodina
*RTV 2 - Novi Sad; In languages of national minorities - Vojvodina

Private television stations with national frequency

*Avala
*B92
*FOX
*TV Košava / Happy TV (timeshare)
*RTV Pink

Private television stations with regional frequency

*Art TV - Belgrade
*Enter TV - Belgrade
*SOS Kanal - Belgrade
*TV Metropolis - Belgrade
*TV Plus - Belgrade
*TV Studio B - Belgrade

*Super TV - Subotica - Vojvodina

*TV Pirot - Pirot
*TV Belle Amie - Niš
*TV Vranje - Vranje
*TV Zona - Niš
*Regionalna TV - Novi Pazar
*TV Raška - Raška
*TV Jedinstvo - Novi Pazar
*TV Zaječar - Zaječar
*TV Bor - Bor
*TV Palma Plus - Jagodina
*TV Kanal 9 - Kragujevac
*TV Kruševac - Kruševac
*TV Kraljevo - Kraljevo
*TV SAT - Požarevac
*TV Čačak - Čačak
*TV Enigma - Prijepolje
*TV Vujić - Valjevo
*TV Šabac - Šabac
*TV Banat - Vršac
*TV Santos - Zrenjanin
*TV Lav - Užice
*TV Alkanik - Belotić
*TV Panonija - Novi Sad
*TV Most - Novi Sad
*TV Jesenjin - Novi Sad
*Sremska TV - Šid
*TV Rubin - Kikinda

Private television stations with local frequency

There are 148 private television stations with local frequency.
*TV Khrlo e Romengo (English: "Voice of Roma") - In Romani language
*TV Mozaik - In Hungarian language
*TV Petrovec - Bački Petrovac, in Slovakian language

Cable television stations

*Astro TV
*B92 Info
*Cinemania
*DM Sat
*Duga TV
*Film +
*Happy TV Cable
*Kanal D
*KC:N
*KTV Zrenjanin
*Melos TV
*Minimax Serbia
*Most
*MTS (Music Television Station)
*MTV Adria
*Night Film +
*Palma Plus
*Pink:
**Pink Film - Broadcast domestic movies and series
**Pink Kids
**Pink Movies - Broadcasts foreign movies and series
**Pink News
**Pink Music
**Total Pink - Broadcasts the best from Pink production
*Sport Klub
*Sport Klub +
*Svet Plus
*Televizija S
*Top Music Channel
*TV Ultra

Foreign television stations with soundtracks or subtitles in serbian

*Animal Planet
*Discovery Channel
*Disney Channel
*DoQ Channel
*E! Entertainment Channel
*Eurosport
*Eurosport 2
*Fox Crime
*Fox Life
*Hallmark Channel
*History Channel
*HBO
*HBO Comedy
*Jetix
*MGM Channel
*Minimax
*MTV Adria
*Motors TV
*National Geographic Channel
*National Geographic Wild
*Travel Channel
*TV1000 Balkan
*Viasat Explorer
*Viasat History
*Zone Reality

erbian television stations in abroad

*BK Sat
*Pink BH - Bosnia and Herzegovina
*Pink Extra
*Pink M - Montenegro
*Pink Plus - Austria
*RTS Sat

ee also

*Lists of television channels
*Television
*List of Serbian language television channels
*Television in Europe

External links

* [http://www.rts.rs/ RTS]
* [http://www.anem.org.yu/cms/item/clanice/sr/Punopravne.html ANEM members]
* [http://www.b92.net/ B92]
* [http://www.rtvpink.com/ RTV Pink]
* [http://studiob.rs/ Studio B]
* [http://www.foxtv.rs/ FOX]
* [http://www.kosava.co.yu/ Košava]
* [http://www.happytv.tv/ Happy TV]


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