Tvp Hd

Launched 6 August 2008
Owned by Telewizja Polska
Picture format 16:9 1080i (HDTV)
Audience share 0.35% (2012, Nielsen[1])
Country Poland
Sister channel(s) TVP1
TVP Historia
TVP Info
TVP Kultura
TVP Polonia
TVP Seriale
TVP Sport
Website Cyfrowy Polsat Channel 112
Cyfra+ Channel 12
n Channel 9
Orange TV Channel 43
UPC Poland Channel 3
Vectra Channel 113

TVP HD - is a special High Definition version of the Polish public broadcasting channels (Telewizja Polska). A digital terrestrial multiplex carrying the channel was available in Warsaw, Poznań, Zielona Góra, Żagań, Kraków, Leżajsk and Krosno from the 6 to 25 August 2008. Broadcast is 1080i video encoded with MPEG4/H.264.

It will also be encrypted on Satellite (Astra 1KR at 19.2° east), with 18 hours of daily HD content. During the Olympic Games, the signal replaced TVP Polonia, TVP Historia and TVP Kultura.

External links

  • TVP HD at LyngSat Address
  • TVP unveils Olympic DTT/HD plans : Broadband TV News
  • TVP HD z naziemnych nadajników (polish)
  • TVP Encrypted on Astra
  • TVP HD broadcast trials (Astra) (polish)


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