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Polsat 2 International

Polsat 2
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Launched 1 March 1997
Owned by Polsat Group
Picture format 16:9/4:3 576i (SDTV)
Audience share 1.37% (2012, Nielsen[1])
Country Poland
Broadcast area Europe
North America
Australia
Sister channel(s) Polsat
Website Poland) Channel 6
Cyfra+ (Poland) Channel 11
n (Poland) Channel 14
Orange TV (Poland) Channel 14
Dish Network (USA) Channel 9883
Cable
UPC Poland Channel 150
SkyCable (Philippines) Coming Soon

Polsat 2 International is a general interest channel that launched on 1 March 1997 and is owned by Polsat Group. It is aimed at Polish viewers who live abroad and features the best programming from Polsat and its various other channels. Programming includes news, entertainment, talkshows, top-rated comedies, documentaries, sports and much more.

Polsat 2 International is available via satellite in North America and Australia and operates on a 24hr schedule.

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  • Polsat 2 International (Polish)

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