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2BE (TV channel)

2BE
New logo of 2BE from 1st March 2014
Launched January 31, 1995
Owned by Vlaamse Media Maatschappij
Picture format 625 Lines PAL (analogue), 576i SDTV (digital), 1080i HDTV
Audience share 6.89% (2008, [1])
Country Belgium
Formerly called Ka2, Kanaal2, KANAALTWEE
Website 2be.be
Availability
Satellite
TV Vlaanderen Digitaal (BE) Channel 5
SES 19,2°E 12670V, 22.0, 5/6
Cable
Telenet Digital TV (Flanders) Channel 5 or 94 - HD
Telenet Digital TV (Brussels) Channel 104 or 194 - HD
Telenet Check your local listings at zenders.be
Voo (Brussels) Digital Channel 73
IPTV
Belgacom TV (Flanders) Channel 6 or 33 - HD
Belgacom TV (Brussels) Channel 33 or 55 - HD
Belgacom TV (Wallonia) Channel 33 or 225 - HD

2BE is a Belgian television channel owned by the commercial broadcasting company Vlaamse Media Maatschappij. Since it also owns vtm and JIM (as well as radio channels), it's not uncommon for programs (especially reruns) to be passed on from one channel to another.

Contents

  • Names 1
  • Logos 2
  • Programs broadcast by 2BE 3
    • Current Flemish (co-)productions 3.1
    • Current imported productions 3.2
    • Flemish (co-)productions, currently off-air 3.3
    • Bought productions, currently off-air 3.4
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Names

The channel was originally known as Kanaal 2, however, it has undergone several rebrandings over the years. At launch in 1995, the channel was branded as Ka2 (Dutch pronunciation of K2), then Kanaal 2. In 2001, it was branded KANAALTWEE.

Finally, on February 29, 2008, Kanaal 2 rebranded itself one more time and changed its name to 2BE, retaining the 2 but referring to the Belgian ISO Country Code BE.

Logos

Used from 2001 to 2008 Used from 2008 to March 2014 Used since March 2014
2003–2008 2008–2014 2014–present

Programs broadcast by 2BE

Current Flemish (co-)productions

Current imported productions

Flemish (co-)productions, currently off-air

Bought productions, currently off-air

See also

References

  1. ^ "Marktaandelen van de belangrijkste Vlaamse tv-netten in 2008". Var. 

External links

  • 2BE
  • VMMa
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