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Discovery Channel Norway

 

Discovery Channel Norway

Discovery Channel Norway
Owned by Discovery Networks EMEA
Audience share 1.8% (Week 22, 2009, [1])
Broadcast area Norway
Sister channel(s) Animal Planet
Discovery World
Discovery Science
Discovery Travel & Living
Discovery Historia
Discovery Channel Tamil
Investigation Discovery
Website discoverychannel.no

Discovery Channel Norway is a Norwegian television channel.

Norway is one of the Discovery Channel's strongest markets and the channel regularly has an overall share of viewing of about two percent. It is most popular among younger men.[2]

Discovery Channel used to have one feed covering all four Nordic countries. Special feeds have been launched for Discovery Channel Denmark in 2001 and Discovery Channel Sweden in 2003. Norway and Finland received "Discovery Channel Nordic" until September 1, 2007, when the channel was split into Discovery Channel Norway and Discovery Channel Finland. At the same date, the channels launched in the digital terrestrial network in via RiksTV in Norway and PlusTV in Finland.

Discovery Networks also offer Animal Planet, Animal Planet HD, Discovery HD, Discovery Science, Discovery World and Discovery Travel & Living in Norway.

References

  1. ^ Seertall uke 22, TNS Gallup Archived 14 June 2009 at WebCite
  2. ^ "Rekordvekst for Discovery Channel". NA24.no. June 2, 2008. 
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