TV AND RADIO CHANNELS FINLAND
YLE TV1-D - Finland TV Channel
YLE TV1 is the oldest of YLE's channels and also the flagship of YLE. It services as the main news, current affairs and factual journalism channel of YLE with also a number of documentaries, drama, cultural and educational programmes being shown. Satirical entertainment, cinema and shows of British production are also included in its programming.
YLE TV2 - Finland TV Channel
YLE TV2 founded in 1964 is the main channel for children's, teenagers' and sports programmes though it also shows drama, entertainment and factual programmes. Emphasis in current affairs output is on domestic items, regional content and citizens' journalism.
YLE Teema - Finland TV Channel
YLE Teema is the channel for culture, education and science. It focuses on recordings of performing arts, classical music, art and history documentaries, films and theme broadcasts
YLE Extra - Finland TV Channel
YLE Extra is a Finnish television channel owned and operated by YLE, the channel launched on 27 April 2007. It replaced YLE 24. YLE Extra ceased broadcasting on 1 January 2008 and it was replaced by YLE TV1+, a temporary channel which broadcasts YLE TV1 with fixed subtitles.
YLE FST5 - Finland TV Channel
YLE FST5 is the Swedish-language full service channel broadcasting news, factual and children's programmes and entertainment. It also shows many Nordic films and series. Finnish subtitles are available for most programmes, they can be enabled using the digital set-up box.
TV Finland - Finland TV Channel
TV Finland is a Finnish television channel available in Europe via satellite and on some cable television networks in Sweden, Norway and Estonia. The channel was originally created for free-to-air broadcast in Sweden as part of a reciprocal agreement between the Finnish and Swedish governments that also established SVT Europa (Originally SVT4) broadcasts in areas of Finland with Swedish-speaking populations.
Nelonen - Finland TV Channel
Nelonen is a Finnish commercial TV channel. It started out as Helsinki's local television channel PTV in 1989 on the HTV cable network, which name was changed first to PTV4 and then to Nelonen. It started on the 1 June 1997. Nelonen, in Finnish, means the glyph of the number four.
JIM TV - Finland TV Channel
JIM is a Finnish national television channel that replaced Nelonen Plus on February 26, 2007. Channel's slogan is "Omaa aikaa" (literally "Time for yourself").
Sub TV - Finland TV Channel
Sub (former TVTV! and Subtv) is a popular Finnish TV channel. It is owned by Bonnier and Proventus. Alma Media sold Sub and its sister channels (MTV3, MTV3+, Urheilukanava, Radio Nova and Sävelradio) to Swedish Bonnier and Proventus in 2005.
The Voice TV Finland
The Voice is a Finnish music channel that replaced the now-defunct television channel Viisi in 2004. The Voice is Also a Radio Station, It Started 1.1.2007. It Replaced Radio Kiss Fm, Or Kiss.
Canal+ - Finland TV Channel
C More Entertainment is a premium television company, operating under the banner CANAL+, that targets the Nordic Countries and with one separate channel in Switzerland (C More Film).
SVT Europa - Finland TV Channel
SVT Europa is an international television channel from the Swedish broadcaster Sveriges Television. The channel is available on satellite in Europe and much of Africa, Australia and Asia and terrestrially in parts of Finland.
TV1000 - Finland TV Channel
TV1000 is a group of cable and satellite movie channels broadcasting to the Nordic countries and owned by Modern Times Group (MTG). It is also the name of the flagship channel.
TV Åland - Finland TV Channel
TV Åland is a privately owned local television channel broadcasting mainly in the urban areas of Åland, an autonomous province of Finland.
Elisa TV - Finland TV Channel
Ranging from karaoke videos to short films and children's cartoons.
Disney Channel - Finland TV Channel
Disney Channel is a 24-hour general entertainment television network in the United States that offers television programming for children through original series and movies as well as third party programming. It is marketed to mostly young children, however in recent years the diversity of viewers has increased.
TV Jyväskylä - Finland TV Channel
Local TV station from Jyväskylä.
Canal Digital Finland - Finland TV Channel
Canal Digital is a Scandinavian television distributor that was founded in March 1997 as a joint venture between the French pay-TV company Canal+ and the Norwegian state-telecommunications operator Telenor. Canal Digital was originally only broadcasting a DTH satellite service to Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland, but have since expanding into cable television in Norway and Sweden, digital terrestrial television in Finland and IPTV in Sweden. More than 2.9 million Nordic households and activities are subscribed to their services.
Uutiset - Finland TV Channel
24-hour news and current affairs; for broadcast choose 'mediasali'.
MTV3 - Finland TV Channel
MTV3 is a Finnish commercial television station owned by Bonnier and Proventus. It currently has the biggest audience share of all Finnish TV channels. The letters MTV stand for Mainos-TV (advertisement television), due to the channel getting its revenue from running commercials.
igital terrestrial television - Finland TV Channel
Digital terrestrial television in Finland was launched on August 21, 2001. The analogue networks continued its broadcasts alongside the digital ones until September 1, 2007 when they were shut down nationwide.
Viasat Finland - Finland TV Channel
ViaSat Finland is a Finnish pay television service provider, offering various pay television channel packages to viewers in Finland.
YLE Mondo - Finland Radio Station
YLE Mondo - Foreign language radio in Finland. YLE Mondo is a 24-hour world radio channel available throughout Finland as part of YLE Digital TV.
Capital FM - Finland Radio Station
Capital FM was a Finnish radio station owned by YLE. It broadcast foreign language programming 24 hours a day, in co-operation with major international broadcasters. Capital FM also aired YLE broadcasts about Finland in English and Russian, French and German. Capital FM could be listened to in Greater Helsinki (97.5 MHz), Tampere (88.3 MHz), Turku (96.7 MHz), Lahti (90.3 MHz) and Kuopio (88.1 MHz).
Radio Dei - Finland Radio Station
Radio Dei is a Christian radio station in Finland. It broadcasts on 89 MHz in Greater Helsinki area, and on other frequencies in most other big cities in Finland. As well as playing Christian music, Radio Dei offers STT news every hour, and general talk programs.
Radio Suomi - Finland Radio Station
Maan kattava radioasema. Useita eri teemaisia kanavia esittelyineen. Kanavat kuunneltavissa Real Audio ja Video -muodossa.
X3M - Finland Radio Station
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Radio Nova - Finland Radio Station
Radio Nova is a radio channel in Finland. It was a major radio industry milestone when it launched in 1997. Nova was the only national commercial broadcaster. It is owned by Bonnier and Proventus. Nova specializes in playing popular music for people aged 25-44 and hourly news bulletins.
NRJ Radio - Finland Radio Station
NRJ is a French multimedia group based in Paris. Since its foundation in 1981 as a French pop music radio station it has grown and evolved to become the NRJ Group.Currently, it has stations in France, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Finland, Russia, Sweden, Ukraine, Norway, Romania, Bulgaria, New Caledonia, and Lebanon.
Radio Vega - Finland Radio Station
Radio Vega is a Finnish radio channel broadcasting in the Swedish language with headquarters in Helsinki. It is a wide-ranging national public service broadcaster with both speech and voice based programming operated by Yleisradio. Radio Vega also has five regional versions which broadcast to their individual part of the country during certain periods of the day.