TV and radio channels Sweden

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SVT1 - Sweden TV Channel
SVT1 is one of five television channels broadcast by Sveriges Television in Sweden.

Barnkanalen - Sweden TV Channel
Barnkanalen ("the Children Channel") is a channel from Sveriges Television dedicated to children's programming.

Kunskapskanalen - Sweden TV Channel
Kunskapskanalen (in literal translation: the Knowledge channel) is a Swedish language television channel broadcasting educational and factual programming between 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. all days of the week.

Sveriges Television AB - Sweden TV Channel
Sveriges Television AB is a national television broadcaster based in Sweden, funded by an obligatory tax payed by all Television-owners. The Swedish public broadcasting system is in several respects modelled after the one used in the United Kingdom, and Sveriges Television shares many traits with its British counterpart, the BBC.

SVT2 - Sweden TV Channel
SVT2, until 1996 TV2, is one of two television channels broadcast by Sveriges Television in Sweden. It was started by Sveriges Radio in 1969 and is complementing the programmes in SVT1.

SVT24 - Sweden TV Channel
SVT24 or 24 is a Swedish language TV channel broadcast by Sveriges Television (SVT). It started broadcasting in 1999 as a dedicated news channel, but has since 2003 extended its scope to include other current events-related programmes and sports in the weekends.

SVT HD - Sweden TV Channel
SVT HD is a high-definition television channel from Swedish public broadcaster Sveriges Television (SVT). The channel broadcasts high-definition simulcasts of programmes from the other SVT channels, where available.

SVT Europa - Sweden 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.

Sveriges Utbildningsradio - Sweden TV Channel
Sveriges Utbildningsradio (UR) — the Swedish Educational Broadcasting Company — is a public-service corporation dedicated to serving the needs of the Swedish general public by providing educational programming on radio and television.


TV4 - Sweden TV Channel
TV4 is the largest commercial television channel in Sweden. It started broadcasting by satellite in 1990 and, since 1992, on the terrestrial network. In 1994, TV4 became the largest channel and remained so for a number of years.

TV4 Film - Sweden TV Channel
TV4 Film is a Swedish movie channel owned by TV4 AB. TV4 applied for a license to broadcast a movie channel terrestrially in the autumn of 2003 and were granted a license in December.

TV3 - Sweden TV Channel
TV3 is a television channel targeted at a Swedish language audience owned by Modern Times Group (MTG). It was founded on December 31, 1987 by entrepreneur Jan Stenbeck as joint Scandinavian channel, but Denmark and Norway soon got their own versions of TV3.

TV6 - Sweden TV Channel
TV6 is an entertainment television channel broadcasting to Sweden. It is owned by Modern Times Group.

TV8 - Sweden TV Channel
TV8 is a television channel owned by Modern Times Group broadcasting to Sweden. It focuses on news, current affairs, documentaries and drama. The channel was started by the private equity firm Ratos in 1997 and was sold to MTG in 1999.

ZTV - Sweden TV Channel
ZTV is a television channel broadcast by Viasat to Sweden. Since May 2006, most of its programming consists of music videos.

TV4 Plus - Sweden TV Channel
TV4 Plus is a sister channel of Swedish TV4 (Sweden), owned by TV4 AB. The main focus of the channel is on entertainment, sports and lifestyle programmes.

Kanal 5 - Sweden TV Channel
Kanal 5 (English: Channel 5) is a Swedish commercial television channel established in 1989. It is owned by the media corporation ProSiebenSat.1 Media.

Kanal 9 - Sweden TV Channel
Kanal 9 is a commercial television channel owned by the SBS Broadcasting Group broadcasting to Sweden. It targets the 30-59 age group, which is a slightly older age group than the sister channel Kanal 5.

The Voice TV Sweden - Sweden TV Channel
The Voice TV Sweden is a Swedish language music television channel owned by the SBS Broadcasting Group broadcasting from the United Kingdom. It was launched in December 2004.

Axess TV - Sweden TV Channel
Axess TV is a Swedish television channel belonging to the Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson Foundation. It is devoted to current affairs, science and cultural programming and broadcasts in the Weekends in the ground based TV-network and 7 days per week in the cable natwork.

Canal 7 - Sweden TV Channel
Canal 7 is a private Costa Rican television channel, owned and operated by Teletica's founders, the Picado family. Canal 7 has the second largest audience in Costa Rica. Repretel currently holds the first spot.

Discovery Channel - Sweden TV Channel
Discovery Channel Sweden is the Swedish language version of the Discovery Channel, using a "factual entertainment" concept similar to the original American channel. As of 2006, it was the eighth most watched channel in Sweden (MMS).

DiTV - Sweden TV Channel
DiTV is a Swedish television channel owned by the financial newspaper Dagens Industri. It was launched on November 7, 2005, initially broadcasting between 6 p.m. and midnight as well as a morning show. The schedule contained financial news, current affairs programmes, documentaries and lifestyle shows.

MTV Sweden - Sweden TV Channel
MTV Sweden or MTV Sverige is a television channel broadcasting to the Swedish market. It started in September 2005 along with MTV Finland and MTV Norway. Before the start of country-specific channels, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland had been served by a common channel called MTV Nordic, launched on June 5, 1998 to replace the MTV Europe feed.

Aftonbladet TV7 - Sweden TV Channel
Aftonbladet TV7 is a commercial television channel in Sweden, owned by the newspaper Aftonbladet. The channel launched as Aftonbladet TV7 on October 9, 2006.

Kanal Lokal - Sweden TV Channel
Kanal Lokal ("Channel Local") is the name of four local television channels that started broadcasting in Sweden in early autumn 2005. Kanal Lokal have four different broadcasting areas in the most populated areas of Sweden.

TV1000 Action - Sweden TV Channel
TV1000 Action is a premium television channel showing action and thriller movies and erotic programming.

TV1000 Classic - Sweden TV Channel
TV1000 Classic is a premium television channel showing classic movies.

Canal+ First - Sweden TV Channel
Canal+ First is a Scandinavian premium television channel owned by C More Entertainment showing movies and TV shows. It is the flagship movie channel of the Nordic Canal+ package. The channel shows big hollywood blockbusters as well as Scandinavian movies.

Canal+ Hits - Sweden TV Channel
Canal+ Hits is a Scandinavian premium television channel showing movies and TV shows. The channel shows big blockbusters, independent movies, classic movies, movies from the whole world and erotic movies.

Star! Scandinavia - Sweden TV Channel
Star! Scandinavia is a television channel in northern Europe that is devoted to entertainment. The channel is fashioned after Star! (a Canadian entertainment channel) and is licensed from CTVglobemedia (previously CHUM Limited).

Showtime Scandinavia - Sweden TV Channel
Showtime Scandinavia (generally referred to simply as Showtime) is a television channel broadcasting action movies to the Nordic countries operated by NonStop Television. Its name and logo is licensed by Showtime Networks Inc, owners of the American Showtime.

Disney Channel Scandinavia - Sweden TV Channel
Disney Channel Scandinavia is an edition of the The Walt Disney Company-owned Disney Channel broadcasting to the Nordic countries. It is advertising-free and funded by subscription fees.

Turner Classic Movies - Sweden TV Channel
Turner Classic Movies (TCM) is a cable television channel featuring commercial-free classic movies, mostly from the Turner Entertainment and Warner Bros. film libraries, which include many MGM, United Artists, RKO and Warner Bros. titles.

Animal Planet - Sweden TV Channel
Animal Planet, launched in 1996, is a cable and satellite television network co-owned by Discovery Communications, Inc. (parent company of Discovery Channel, TLC, and Discovery Health Channel) and BBC Worldwide. The channel is dedicated to programming that highlights the relationship between humans and animals.

Al Jazeera English - Sweden TV Channel
Al Jazeera English is a 24-hour English-language news and current affairs TV channel headquartered in Doha, Qatar. It is the sister channel of Al Jazeera.

Radio AF - Sweden Radio Station
Radio AF in Lund, Sweden, is the largest student radio station in Scandinavia, and the second largest in Europe.

BMU 91.6 FM - Sweden Radio Station
BMU 91.6 FM is an underground radio station based in Stockholm (Sweden) that specializes in broadcasting electronic dance music. The founder and principal owner, Christer Loberg build the radio station after being inspired by the Miami Freestyle music that dominated Miami’s radio stations play lists during the late 1980’s and early 90’s.

Lite FM - Sweden Radio Station
Lite FM is a radio station in Sweden broadcasting at 101,1 MHz in Trollhättan and Vänersborg.

Mix Megapol - Sweden Radio Station
Mix Megapol is a private Swedish radio network controlled by SBS Broadcasting. It launched in 1993 under the name Skärgårdsradion (Radio Archipelago). Later that year the name was changed to Radio Megapol when the broadcasting permissions were auctioned out.

Radio Active - Sweden Radio Station
Radio Active is a radio station based in Ystad Sweden. Founded in 1995, it broadcasts in FM on a frequency of 103.9 MHz, as well as online.

Radio City 107.0 - Sweden Radio Station
Radio City 107.0 is a Swedish radio station. Radio City 107.0 was a former radio station for students in Lund.They changed the name to Radio City 107.0 in January of 1997, SBS joined as a dominion owner that same year.

Radio UPF - Sweden Radio Station
Radio UPF (Radio Utrikespolitiska Föreningen) is a Swedish student radio show, aired weekly on Radio AF, the student radio station of Lund University. The show has been awarded the Swedish Radioakademin's grand prize for "best local radio" in 2006 as well as 2007, competing not only with other student-driven shows but with every local radio station in Sweden.

SR Sverige - Sweden Radio Station
SR Sverige was a digital radio channel with hit music from the whole wide world. SR Sverige played tunes from Lebanon, Mali, the USA, Scotland, Iraq, France, Brazil, Cuba, Siberia, Madagascar, India and Sweden, sometimes within the same half-hour.

Radio City 107.3 - Sweden Radio Station
Radio City 107.3 is a Swedish radio station. With a launch in 1987, Radio City 107.3 is today a well-established radio station in Gothenburg, Sweden, on the West Coast of Sweden. Since broadcasting began, the crew at the station have had the opportunity to develop a format and music concept tailor-made for the listeners in Gothenburg.

Studio 107.5 - Sweden Radio Station
Studio 107.5 is a Swedish radio station that was started in 1999 when SBS Broadcasting Group bought the license for the 107.5 MHz spot in the Stockholm area from Sky Radio.

Sveriges Radio P1 - Sweden Radio Station
P1 (Program ett, or Programme One) is a national radio channel produced by the Swedish public broadcaster Sveriges Radio.

Sveriges Radio P2 - Sweden Radio Station
P2 is one of the four main radio networks of Sveriges Radio, the Swedish public radio company. It is used to broadcast musical programming, educational programming and programmes in minority languages.

Sveriges Radio P4 - Sweden Radio Station
SR P4 is one of the four main radio networks from Sveriges Radio. It targets the entire population and is the corporation's most popular radio channel. In the daytime on weekdays its is used by 25 different local stations, but in the evening and weekends it broadcasts national programming. The overnight programmes are simulcast on both P3 and P4.

Vinyl 107 - Sweden Radio Station
Vinyl 107 (Former Z-Radio and Radio Rix) is a Swedish radio station founded in September 1994. Vinyl 107 focuses on music from the 60's. In March 2003, Vinyl 107 was awarded "Radio Station of the year" by the Radio Awards jury.

Sveriges Radio P3 - Sweden Radio Station
P3 is a Swedish radio station owned by Sveriges Radio and is oriented towards young people. P3 also features webcast and also has web-only channels like P3 Street (hip-hop), P3 Star, P3 Rockster (rock) and P3 Svea (Swedish music only).

NRJ - Sweden Radio Station
The NRJ Group has transformed itself from one radio station to a brand of commercial radio stations in Europe. Currently, it has stations in France, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Finland, Russia, Sweden, Ukraine, Norway, Romania, Bulgaria, New Caledonia, and Lebanon. NRJ plays current, trendy music for young audiences

The Voice - Sweden Radio Station
The Voice of Hiphop & RnB is a Swedish radio station. The Voice, former Radio City and Mix Megapol, started in April 2004 in Stockholm on 105,9. After the merge with Bonnier Radio, SBS made massive research for the radiomarket in Stockholm.