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Yle TV2

Yle TV2
Launched 7 March 1965
Owned by Yle
Audience share 16.9% (2011, [1])
Slogan Yllätä itsesi/Överraska dig själv (Surprise yourself)
Country Finland
Broadcast area Finland
Headquarters Helsinki and Tampere
Formerly called TV-ohjelma 2
(1965-1971)
Sister channel(s) Yle TV2 HD
Yle TV1
Yle Fem
Yle Teema
Yle TV1 HD
Yle Fem HD
Yle Teema HD
Website tv2.yle.fi
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital Channel 2
Channel 32 (HD)
dna Welho Channel 22 (HD)
Satellite
Thor 3 12.054 GHz H
Canal Digital Channel 2 (HD)
Cable
Elisa Channel 2
dna Welho Channel 2
Channel 22 (HD)

Yle TV2 is a Finnish television channel owned and operated by Yle.

TV2 launched in 1965, and broadcasts public service programming, children's, youth, sport and music programmes.

Contents

  • Programming aired by Yle TV2 1
    • In house Productions 1.1
    • Imported 1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Programming aired by Yle TV2

In house Productions

Imported

References

  1. ^ "Results From The TV Audience Measurement". Finnpanel. Retrieved 14 July 2012. 

External links

  • Official site (Finnish)
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