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Tvn 24

TVN 24
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Launched 9 August 2001
Owned by ITI Group
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
16:9 (1080i, HDTV)
Audience share 3.06% (2012, Nielsen[1])
Country Poland
Sister channel(s) TVN CNBC
TVN Meteo
Website n Channel 6 (HD)
Channel 219 (SD)
Telewizja na kartę Channel 6
Telewizja na kartę HD Channel 6
Cyfra+ Channel 6
Cyfrowy Polsat Channel 61
Orange TV Channel 9
Dish Network (USA) Channel 9885
Cable
UPC Poland Channel 333
Vectra Channel 804
Toya Channel 601
Multimedia Polska Channel 31
Aster Channel 37
Inea Channel 39
TVN24
Alexa rank 1,921 (February 2012)[2]

TVN24 is Poland's first 24-hour news channel, launched on 9 August 2001. Being a part of the TVN Network, TVN24 is owned by ITI Group. It gained broader popularity after the September 11, 2001 attacks in the USA, which was the first major incident to be covered by TVN24. It is available over all digital platforms in Poland (Cyfrowy Polsat, n and Cyfra+) as well as in most cable networks and some networks in other countries, including USA (Dish Network) and Germany. Using live streaming, the TVN24's audio signal can also be received via Internet.

TVN24 team is also responsible for the TVN flagship newscast, Fakty TVN, and for the weather channel TVN Meteo. During major events (most recently Pope John Paul II's death and tragic plane crash killing Polish President, his wife and many others), TVN24 is transmitted by TVN which has much wider broadcast range.

TVN24 is first HD news channel in Poland and East-Central Europe, launched on 30 November 2012.

Programmes

TVN24 broadcasts news bulletins or summaries every half an hour around the clock. Its other most popular programmes include:

  • Poranek TVN24 morning news (leader Jarosław Kuźniar and Marcin Żebrowski)
  • Kropka nad i – talk-show (leader Monika Olejnik)
  • Serwis informacyjny (news)
  • Polska i Świat (evening raport – news)
  • Fakty po południu (afternoon raport – news)
  • Fakty po Faktach (news – leader Kamil Durczok, Grzegorz Kajdanowicz, Justyna Pochanke)
  • Fakty Ludzie Pieniądze (economic news – leader Robert Stanilewicz)
  • Horyzont (Horizon, weekly analysis of the international developments – leaders Maciej Wierzyński and Jacek Stawiski)
  • Loża prasowa (Press Gallery – journalists from the most important Polish newspapers comment on the week's stories, leader Małgorzata Łaszcz)
  • Inny punkt widzenia (Another Point of View – weekend interviews with artists and scientists – leader Grzegorz Miecugow)
  • Pogoda (weather)
  • Supermeteo (weather magazine)
  • Sport (sport magazine – leader: Sergiusz Ryczel, Marcin Majewski, Wojciech Zawioła, Grzegorz Mędrzejewski)
  • Szkło kontaktowe (eng. Contact Lens) (satirists comment on the day's stories – leader Tomasz Sianecki and Grzegorz Miecugow)
  • Teleserwis (news, interest) – leader: Juliusz Kaszyński and Małgorzata Kozieł
  • Prosto z Polski (reporters magazine, leader: Ryszard Cebula)

Schedule

WEEKDAYS 5:55 10:00 15:00 16:00 17:30 18:00 19:15 19:26 20:00 20:30 21:00 21:30 22:00 23:00
Monday TVN24 Morning – You Get Up And You Know Day Live 15:00 Live The Facts
in the Afternoon
Teleserwis It Is So Weather The Facts after
The Facts
Dot Above i Black on White Teleserwis Poland and The World Contact Lens Day After Day
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday Sand Into The Eyes

Online

TVN24 debuted its news website tvn24.pl on 19 March 2007.

TVN24 HD

A one of TVN's planned channel is a TVN24 HD. Test & official start of the TVN24 HD started on 30 November 2012.

People

Key personnel

  • TVN24 Director: Adam Pieczyński
  • Deputy Director: Grzegorz Miecugow
  • Programming Secretary: Danuta Kondratowicz
  • Chief Political Correspondent: Andrzej Morozowski
  • Chief Economical Correspondent: Roman Młodkowski
  • Washington Bureau Chief & Correspondent: Marcin Wrona

Anchors/hosts

  • Monika OlejnikKropka nad i (Dot Above i), Monday – Thursday at 8 pm
  • Bogdan RymanowskiJeden na Jeden (One on One), weekdays at 7:30 am and Kawa na ławę (Coffee on the table), Sunday at 10:55 am
  • Andrzej MorozowskiTak Jest (It Is So), weekdays at 6 pm
  • Konrad PiaseckiPiaskiem po oczach (Sand into eyes), Friday at 8 pm
  • Dagmara Kaczmarek-SzałkowPolska i świat (Poland and The World), Monday – Friday at 9:30 pm
  • Patrycja RedoCzarno na Białym (Black on White), weekdays at 8:20 pm
  • Marcin ŻebrowskiPoranek TVN24 (TVN24 morning), Saturday 6–11 a.m. and Sunday 6–10:45 am
  • Jarosław KuźniarPoranek TVN24 (TVN24 morning), Monday – Friday, 5:55–10:20 am
  • Igor SokołowskiPoranek TVN24 (TVN24 morning), Dzień Na Żywo (Day Live)
  • Marta KuligowskaDzień Poland and The World, Monday - Friday 9:30-10 p.m.
  • Anna Kalczyńska - Dzień Na Żywo (Day Live)
  • Anna Jędrzejowska15 Live, weekdays 3:00–4:00 pm
  • Michał CholewińskiDzień Na Żywo (Day Live)
  • Krzysztof GórlickiDzień Na Żywo (Day Live)
  • Anita WernerFakty po południu (The Facts in the afternoon), Monday – Friday at 4 pm and Fakty po Faktach (The Facts after The Facts) Saturday at 7:20 pm
  • Piotr MarciniakFakty po południu (The Facts in the afternoon), Monday – Friday at 4 pm and Babilon, Saturday at 2:10 pm and Fakty po Faktach (The Facts after The Facts), Friday at 7:26 pm and Sunday at 7:20 pm
  • Grzegorz KajdanowiczFakty po Faktach (The Facts after The Facts), Friday at 7:26 pm and Sunday at 7:20 pm
  • Kamil DurczokFakty po Faktach (The Facts after The Facts), Monday – Thursday at 7:26 pm
  • Justyna PochankeFakty po Faktach (The Facts after The Facts), Monday – Thursday at 7:26 pm
  • Joanna Kryńska – news on Poranek TVN24 (TVN24 morning)
  • Ryszard CebulaProsto z Polski (Straight from Poland), Sunday at 15:00 pm
  • Jacek PałasińskiŚwiat Według Jacka (Jacek's World), Sunday at 16:00 pm
  • Maciej MazurPubliczna.tv (Public.tv), Sunday at 5:30 pm
  • Marcin MellerDrugie śniadanie mistrzów (Champions' lunch), Saturday at 12:10 pm
  • Małgorzata ŁaszczLoża Prasowa (The Press Gallery), Sunday at 11:40 am
  • Maciej WierzyńskiHoryzont (The Horizon), Saturday at 18:30 pm
  • Grzegorz MiecugowSzkło kontaktowe (Contact lens), Monday – Friday at 10 pm and Inny punkt widzenia (Another point of view), Sunday at 11:30 pm
  • Tomasz SianeckiSzkło kontaktowe (Contact lens), Monday – Friday at 10 pm
  • Wojciech ZimińskiSzkło kontaktowe (Contact lens), Saturday at 10 pm
  • Grzegorz MarkowskiSzkło kontaktowe (Contact lens), Sunday at 10 pm
  • Piotr JacońDzień po dniu (Day after Day), Monday – Friday at 11 pm

Reporters

  • Małgorzata Telmińska
  • Agata Adamek
  • Brygida Grysiak
  • Paweł Łukasik
  • Marek Osiecimski
  • Agnieszka Czajkowska
  • Tomasz Marzec
  • Michał SznajderPolska i świat (Poland and The World)
  • Arleta ZalewskaPolska i świat (Poland and The World)
  • Maciej WarsińskiPolska i świat (Poland and The World)
  • Jakub LoskaPolska i świat (Poland and The World)
  • Wojciech BojanowskiPolska i świat (Poland and The World)
  • Anna WilczyńskaPolska i świat (Poland and The World)
  • Magdalena RaczkowskaPolska i świat (Poland and The World)

Local Reporters

International Correspondents

  • Jan Pachlowski – USA
  • Leszek JaroszBelgium

Weather Forecast Presenters (TVN Meteo)

  • Maja Popielarska
  • Tomasz Zubilewicz
  • Agnieszka Cegielska
  • Tomasz Wasilewski
  • Omenaa Mensah
  • Dorota Gardias
  • Weronika Diallo

Business Presenters (TVN CNBC)

  • Marek Tejchman
  • Rafał Wojda
  • Agata Biały-Cholewińska
  • Robert Stanilewicz
  • Marcin Kowalski

Sports Presenters (nSport)

  • Sergiusz Ryczel
  • Marcin Majewski
  • Wojciech Zawioła
  • Piotr Karpiński

References

External links

  • Official Site (Polish)
  • TVN24 from Dish network in the United States (English)

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