Expressen TV

Expressen TV is an online news channel operated by Expressen, an evening tabloid newspaper based in Stockholm. It covers a variety of news such as politics, entertainment, sports and more. The programming is broadcast live from 7:00 to 23:00 on weekdays and from 11:00 to 20:00 on weekends.


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.

DiTV was initially available on cable, satellite and broadband television. They did however aim to be a part of the digital terrestrial network. DiTV had applied for a license to broadcast terrestrially before the start of the channel. On November 1, 2005 the Swedish Radio and TV Authority announced that DiTV was among the ten channels that should be prioritized as new channels in the network. On February 23, 2006, the Ministry of Culture did however announce that DiTV would not be granted a license for the terrestrial network. Immediate consequences were that CEO resigned and that the morning show was axed.

On October 2, 2006, the channel was relaunched. Most programmes were cut and the channel would now focus on providing financial news updates two time per hour between 9 a.m. and 11 p.m. on weekdays.

In January 2008, DiTV replaced Finansnytt as the provider of financial news for the current affairs channel TV8. The dedicated DiTV channel will be closed down on April 1, 2008, but DiTV will continue broadcasting on the Internet and as a programme on TV8.

Västmanlands TV

Get breaking Sweden and world news or catch up with the latest stories, clips, and programs from your favorite shows. The “Västmanlands TV” brings you breaking news coverage and live streaming from Västmanlands TV live will make you stay up to date on the events shaping on around the world.


ATG, the Swedish Horse Racing Totalisator Board, was founded in 1974. The company was established by the state, with the aim of guaranteeing long-term financial stability for trotting and thoroughbred racing.

ATG's success on the betting market, and the surplus generated by the company's business, have made a major contribution to the health of horse sport in Sweden: the country today can boast of a high class of equine sport in general, and of trotting racing in particular. The profits produced by our betting activities also benefit other horse-related areas of industry.

Horses and horse racing have become the centre of an entertainment industry which employs thousands of people around the country – an industry whose economic importance grows bigger by the year, and to which ATG makes a significant contribution. We like to think of ourselves as the best friend of all of equine sport.

The company's business activity is regulated by a contract between ATG's owners (the Swedish Trotting Association and the Swedish Horseracing Authority) and the Swedish state. The state also appoints half of the directors on ATG's board, including the Chairman. ATG is charged with working to ensure that Swedish trotting and thoroughbred racing is carried on in such a way that the long-term conditions for the development and geographical distribution of the sport are guaranteed. ATG's business concept is "to provide the people of Sweden with a meaningful leisure activity by using top-quality trotting and thoroughbred racing as our foundation, and applying an innovative and responsible approach to make betting on horse racing exciting, entertaining and accessible."

ATG's aim is to be a leading betting company, and to be an attractive workplace with staff who enjoy working for the organisation. We want to be seen as "a good company", and the best friend of the equine community. One token that our endeavours in this direction have borne fruit was the fact that we received the "Healthiest Company of the Year" award in 2004. The prize is awarded by the National Federation for Workplace Health and Sports (known in Swedish as "Korpen"), and we won overall first prize in competition with companies from both the private and public sectors.