UTV is a Romanian free-to-air music television channel located in Bucharest owned by RCS & RDS S.A.. It was launched in late 2005 under the slogan "All I want for Christmas is U". It belonged to UTI GROUP, but was later sold to RCS RDS. It is mainly broadcast in clubs and restaurants, but also has a target for 18–35 years public, broadcasting new and recent music, Romanian and foreign, mainly dance, club, house.
It was also available as U HD, with Dolby Audio, until 2014. UTV mainly broadcasts new music, while H!T music channel, another RCS RDS channel, broadcasts older music from the 1960s to the present.
Realitatea TV (meaning "The Reality TV") is the former name of the Romanian news television channel Realitatea Plus. The channel began broadcasting in 2001 as a general-profile television and became the first Romanian news television in 2002. Its owners are Romanian politician Cozmin Guşă and businessman Maricel Păcuraru.
After becoming insolvent in 2011 and bankruptcy in 2019, the channel lost his license on 31 October 2019. The channel began broadcasting on 1 November 2019, including advertising, on Realitatea Plus, a channel that was launched in 2015 on satellite for the public outside Romania. Realitatea Plus has a slightly modified version of the previous logo of Realitatea TV.
Realitatea TV started broadcasting in 2001, as a general-profile TV station. However, it began broadcasting hourly newscasts and soon changed its format, becoming the first news television in Romania. Prigoană brought Ion Cristoiu to supervise the channel and rise its audience.
In 2004 Silviu Prigoană sold the network to an Italian company that later sold it to Petrom, which subsequently lost it to Sorin Ovidiu Vântu, sometime in 2006. Vântu was occasionally accused of using his television to manipulate public opinion against President Băsescu and his party. After the channel went into insolvency in 2011, Vântu sold it to businessman Elan Schwarzenberg, while the management of the media group was under the control of Sebastian Ghiță.
In 2013 the channel was bought by Cozmin Guşă and Maricel Păcuraru.
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Bucovina TV is a regional television with coverage in Suceava and Botoșani counties that broadcasts 24 hours, 7 days a week.
Bucovina TV online can be watched for free on the net, Bucovina TV is the most popular TV channel in Romania , watch Bucovina TV free daily program.
B1 TV is a Romanian television network which began broadcasting in 2001 as a general-profile channel and became a news channel in 2011. B1 TV broadcasts 24 hours a day, seven days a week all over the country.
B1 TV's main purpose is to inform its viewers about the overall context of the Romanian society through quality informative programs. B1 TV also covers the most important events that are happening every day in the world.
B1 TV's target audience consists of active highly educated and financially stable individuals, who mainly live in the city, are concerned about what is happening around them and are looking for quality products.
B1 TV is now broadcast via satellite through all analog and digital cable networks and has a 92% geographical covering.
B1 TV first broadcast in December 2001, as a local general-profile station in Bucharest, Romania. In 2004, News Corporation purchased 12.5% of the network's shares.
In 2010, SC B1 TV Channel SRL purchased the audiovisual license for all programs under the name “B1”.
B1 TV's rebranding took place in March 2011 and became an infotainment TV channel. Two months later, in May, The National Audiovisual Council (CNA) extended B1 TV's broadcast license up to nine years. In September 2011, B1 TV officially became a news television station and has been broadcasting as such ever since.
Since the fall of 2011, B1 TV has broadcast in a “news and current affairs” format that involves a significant number of news programs and debates.
Antena Internațional is a TV station owned by the Intact Media Group, designated for Romanians living outside Romania. It started broadcasting on 1 July 2006. It can be seen only in United States and Canada, where it is branded RSC2, one of the Romanian channels offered by Silviu Prigoanǎ's RomSatNet. A subscription costs US$20 a month before taxes. All the shows are broadcast simultaneously or reruns of shows already broadcast on Antena 1, Antena Stars, Antena 3 or Happy Channel.
Alfa Omega TV is a Romanian Christian media organization, operating a TV channel with a similar name.
Since 2010, the Alfa Omega TV channel was on the Romanian Audiovisual Authority's (CNA) list of must-carry programs for cable operators, being among the first 25 most-watched TV channels in Romania.
Alfa Omega TV channel is broadcast free-to-air via satellite over Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. The reception parameters (as of July 2018) are below:
- Satellite: Eutelsat 16A, 16 degrees east
- Frequency: 12717MHz
- Polarization: Horizontal
- Symbol rate: 7500 Ks/s
- FEC: 3/4
Music Channel is a Romanian music television channel, opened on May 28, 2008. On January 1, 2010 was launched a version in Hungary. Music Channel came to prominence as the first Romanian TV station to host Live streaming. The TV station is known for hosting the yearly Romanian Music Awards Unlikely to MTV Romania and Kiss TV, the station is more genre-broadcasting, dividing its airplay into the four most prominent music genres — pop, rock, urban and dance, much in the likes of UTV. Noteworthy, Music Channel is known for also airing Latin pop, adult contemporary, J-pop and K-pop among other genres that don't receive significant airplay from other music stations. Compared by many to VH1, the TV station conceived many Top-Tens and Top-100s and starting late-November they start playing Christmas music.
Its sister channel, H!t Music Channel was launched on September 1, 2011.