(Power of entertainment)
|Picture format||1080i HDTV|
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
|Sister channels||Polonia 1|
|Launched||19 April 2002|
|UPC Poland||Channel 119|
|Hot Bird 9||10795 V (FTA)|
|Cyfrowy Polsat||Channel 192|
|Orange TV||Channel 172|
Tele5 is a Polish free-to-air television channel owned by Polcast Television. It was launched on 19 April 2002, replacing Super 1. Originally it broadcast only European shows (i.e., its own productions, those of the BBC), but later also started showing Canadian series.
Tele 5 made its debut on the market on 19 April 2002, replacing Super 1. The channel broadcast an entertainment programme, a significant part of which were films and series. In addition, the station broadcast documentaries, often devoted to controversial topics, as well as programmes for lovers of extreme sports. In addition to the production of European and American cinema, the station presented its own journalistic, cultural, entertainment and culinary programmes. In October 2009, Tele 5 launched a free live broadcast of its programme on the internet. From September to November 2012, the car races of the German DTM series and the Italian Superstars series were broadcast. In 5 November 2012, Tele 5 launched its own high-definition feed. On 30 June 2016, the station was placed in the multiplex of local TVT, and on 17 July 2016 it also appeared in the multiplex of TVL.
Programs on Tele5
- Tele5 na żywo w sieci
- Sporty motorowe na żywo w Tele 5
- Tele 5 już nadaje w jakości HD
- Sagan, Krzysztof (2016-07-03). "Śląsk: Tele5 naziemnie" (in Polish). radiopolska.pl. Retrieved 2016-07-18.
- Sagan, Krzysztof (2016-07-17). "Lubin, Głogów: Tele5 w MUX TVL" (in Polish). radiopolska.pl. Retrieved 2016-07-18.
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