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TRT Spor

TRT 3 Spor
Launched August 9, 2010
Owned by Turkish Radio and Television Corporation
Picture format 4:3 (576i, SDTV)
Country Turkey
Language Turkish

TRT 3 Spor is a Turkish television station. It mostly broadcasting sport events.

Contents

  • Introduction 1
  • On Screen Identity 2
  • HD broadcast 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Introduction

TRT 3 started test transmissions on October 2, 1989 as "3. Kanal", and is now TRT's third most watched TV station. TRT 3’s transmissions are realized through a time-share with TRT GAP and Turkish Grand National Assembly TV (TBMM TV). TRT 3’s programs mainly consist of sports, education, culture, music and news. Advertisements are allowed in the channel. Besides, TRT 3 broadcasts programs in vernaculars and dialects still practiced today in daily lives of Turkish people.

On Screen Identity

Like other TRT channels, even TRT 3 broadcasts 24 hours, it broadcasts a short startup at 6:58 AM. On this start-up, first the TRT Ident is shown, followed by the programme list for the day, and Turkish National Anthem. TRT 3 aired many world-known series for the first time in Turkey. Among them were Matlock, M*A*S*H, Perry Mason, Hercule Poirot, Night Court, Remington Steele, Automan, Manimal, Loving, The Golden Girls, Out of This World, Houston Knights, Manuela and Thirtysomething. Furthermore, it re-aired some television series like The Waltons, Little House on the Prairie, Bewitched, Bonanza and Columbo.

HD broadcast

TRT 3 HD was the first High definition channel of TRT for broadcast 2008 Summer Olympics. It launched on 8 August 2008 and closed 24 August 2008.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.teknohd.com/hd-kanallari/olimpiyatlara-ozel-trt3-hd-digiturk-plus-375-kanalda.html

External links

  • Official Website
    (Turkish)
  • TRT 3 Spor Broadcasting Schedule
  • Watch TRT 3 Spor/TRT Gap live Online
  • TRT 3 at LyngSat Address
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